The next P&F Meeting will be held on Wednesday 11 March, 2015
Eric Bingham Community Room (Primary Library)
7.00pm - All Welcome.
2014 Year 12 Results
Moreton Bay College is extremely proud of the impressive academic results of our 2014 Seniors cohort.
In the QCS, the combined total of A’s and B’s was 67% of the OP eligible cohort, against a state average of 47%. This is a significant achievement that aided the OP outcomes for the girls with 37.62% receiving an OP 1-5, compared to a state average of 20.51%. This level of achievement is the second highest outcome in MBC's data tracking history.
MBC had only 7% of the cohort who were not OP eligible. The state average was 50% ineligibility of all Year 12 students.
We are delighted to confirm that the pleasing results across all OP and Selection Rank levels have allowed MBC girls to be offered a wide range of tertiary courses through QTAC. An outstanding 98% of those applying to QTAC received an offer in the first round of offers with 85% being offered their 1st or 2nd preference.
Our 2014 Seniors, as well as their parents and teaching staff, who provided essential guidance and cousel for the girls, are to be congratulated on these fine results.
MBC welcomes new Executive Principal
Moreton Bay College (MBC) and Moreton Bay Boys’ College (MBBC) are pleased to welcome our new Executive Principal, Mr James Sloman, to The Moreton Bay Colleges.
Mr Sloman previously held the position of Executive Principal at Mansfield State High School which has an outstanding reputation for leadership, cultural excellence and academic success. Mr Sloman brings to his new role a demonstrated commitment to continuous school improvement and to 21st century learning attributes and outcomes. He is held in high esteem in education circles and is a strong supporter of independent schools. Over the last four years he has led the transition of Mansfield State High to an Independent Public School.
Open Day - Friday 13 March
Our next Open Day is on Friday 13 March, from 9am to noon. This is a fantastic oppportunity for potential students and families to experience the College in action during a normal school day. Personalised tours by students are available and overviews of our Primary and Secondary Learning Programs will be presented by Senior staff. We look forward to seeing you there!
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