Who we are
Macquarie Anglican Grammar School began with a decision in 2001 to establish an independent school in Dubbo. From the initial purchase and establishment of the school's current physical site and facilities under the Diocese of Bathurst, we have evolved and become a school within the Anglican Schools Corporation.
2022 is an exciting time for Macquarie. The original vision to develop a leading independent school in Dubbo has grown to become a vision to develop the leading Co-educational Day and Boarding School in the Central West. We offer a comprehensive curriculum that meets the needs of our P-12 students and prepares them to be adults who are change-makers in their communities. Positive change is leading to a period of stability and expansion through which we seek to maintain and build upon our Christian faith.
The call of the future for us is to stay true to the school's vision of establishing a vibrant Christ-centred learning community through which Jesus is made known. Future planning and outstanding teaching and learning, co-curricular programs and pastoral care will enable this vision to flourish in a school where our students are well prepared for their futures in an ever-changing world.
Growing a school of excellence and care, honouring God through teaching, learning and service to others.
To develop resilient young people who make a difference in the world within a high quality, affordable, Christ-centred education.
We value our shared Christian faith, a culture of lifelong learning, an inclusive and respectful community and our connectedness to the Central West and beyond.
Our Executive Team
Mr Craig MansourHeadmaster
Mrs Alison MitchellDeputy Headmistress
Mrs Marina SimcoxHead of Teaching & Learning
Mrs Keera JobHead of Junior School
Mr Wade RichardsonHead of Student Wellbeing
Mrs Joanne RankmoreInfrastructure Manager