Moreton Bay College

Moreton Bay College is an independent uniting church school for girls, established in 1901 as the Moreton Bay Girls' High School and consistently rates as one of Brisbane's top-performing schools. The college currenTly caters for approximately 1,200 Students from Preschool to Year 12. As an authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) World School which offers the Primary Years Programme (PYP), inquiry based learning starts with the PYP and continues into the Secondary School through the unique Teaching and Learning framework.


Name Moreton Bay  CRICOS Code 03771K
Grades Early Years to Grade 12  Founded 1901
Type Single-sex education (girls) Student Numbers 1138
Location 450 Wondall Road, Manly West, Brisbane, QLD 4179, Australia


Junior Secondary
Senior Secondary

English, mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Digital and Design Technologies, French, Japanese, Music, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, Religious Education, Health and Physical Education.

Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Art, Business Studies, English, Health and Physical Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, French, Japanese, Mathematics, General mathematics Preparatory, Mathematical Methods Preparatory, Science, Digital Technology, Food and Textile technology.

Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Art, Music Extension, Visual Arts in practice, Business Studies, Accounting, Legal Studies, English, Literature, Essential English, English Extension, Health and Physical Education, Certificate III In Fitness, Humanities and Social Sciences, Economics, Ancient history, Geography, Modern history, Study of Religion, French, Japanese, Mathematics, General mathematics, Mathematical Methods, Specialist Mathematics, Essential mathematics, Science, Biology, Chemistry Physics, Design, Digital Solutions, Fashion, Food and nutrition, Hospitality Practices.



Flexible, modern classrooms cater for different learning approaches, and students benefit from dedicated Visual Art, Dance, Drama and Technologies facilities, which inspire our girls to dream, think and create.

A contemporary, double-story state of the art $6 million Science facility features eight laboratories, a number of Extended Experimental Investigation rooms, and dedicated learning spaces for Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, Microbiology and Physics.

The two-storey Secondary Library building houses a fully computerised library, electronic learning centre, seminar rooms, a multi-tiered Auditorium and French and Japanese language classrooms.

The Primary Library is home to two multi-function Community Rooms, a dedicated computer cluster, Library classroom and houses a vast collection of books and learning resources curated specifically to engage younger readers.

With a longstanding tradition of sporting success, the College proudly boasts many dedicated sporting facilities.

The Sports Centre includes special-purpose floors for gymnastics (including a foam training pit) and special-purpose floors for aerobics, weights, netball, basketball, volleyball and badminton.

The Pool is a heated Olympic sized swimming pool with eight lanes, shower and change facilities and shaded grandstand seating.

The College also has a seven-court outdoor netball and tennis complex, two ovals for cricket, softball, touch football and athletics, and designated areas for long jump, shot put, javelin and discus.

The outstanding cultural facilities of the College feature our 560 seat Music Centre, the primary location for extra-curricular music teaching and all musical performances. The Centre features numerous soundproof rehearsal spaces and classrooms, as well as the main concert hall.

Dance and Drama students make benefit of The Auditorium. The 165 tiered seat facility is fitted with theatre curtains, stage lighting and a specialised dance floor and suits a variety of theatrical and presentation events.

The Moreton Bay College Centenary Chapel is a lovingly restored 19th century chapel with seating for 80. Donated by the Moreton Bay College Old Girls Association, the chapel is a special place of worship, prayer and reflection.