Established in 1901 Moreton Bay College has witnessed much change whilst also maintaining the core values and traditions established by our Founders, the Greene sisters. What was once primarily a boarding school with an enrolment of 26 in the small seaside town of Wynnum, today is a thriving P-12 day school on Wondall Road, Manly West.
Conversations with Moreton Bay “Old Girls” of all ages reveal what a special place this school was for them, and the College feels that it is important to acknowledge its rich past and maintain the standards established by the Greene sisters, while also looking forward and embracing change.
Moreton Bay College takes great pride in its history. The College Archives, established in our Centenary Year of 2001, is the means by which the College preserves, records and communicates its history. The resources contained within are accessed by a broad variety of members of the College and the wider community.
A major focus of celebration of the College’s history is the annual Founders’ Day Service. Attended by Years 4 to 12, along with special guests, the service allows the College community to reflect upon, give thanks for and celebrate the establishment of our wonderful school in 1901.
We hope you enjoy exploring our history and heritage in the College Archives.
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