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Mary MacKillop College


60 Bage Street,
Queensland 4012

General Overview

Girls day school
Commenced in 1964
Number of Students:     500                
Number of International Students: 5
Nationality mix of international students: China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Pacific Islands
CRICOS Provider Code: 00582F

Website: www.ccc.qld.edu.au         

Mary MacKillop College (MMC), a Catholic Girls' Secondary College situated at Nundah, is committed to excellence in education for young women. The College, founded and owned by the Sisters of St Joseph caters for the diversity of needs of young women by providing an education that realizes the dream of Mary MacKillop - true education resides in the hearts, minds and strengths of each person as they journey to wholeness. The College has 500 students and will remain a middle sized school so that the intimacy of each student being known and recognised as particular gift will always be a key facet of the school's character.
  • Founded in 1964 by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Mary MacKillop College is a Catholic Secondary Day College for girls
  • Located in Brisbane's inner Northern suburbs approximately 9 kilometres from the CBD.
  • The College is well serviced with public transport all within 5 minutes walk
  • Outstanding student support and pastoral care 

Why you should choose Mary MacKillop College for your daughter

  • Established in 1964 by the Sisters of St Joseph as a Catholic Girls Secondary College.
  • Very popular girls school in the local community
  • Committed to excellence in education for young women
  • Many cultures represented in our community
  • Committed to respecting the dignity of each person and fostering equality of opportunity
  • One to One Computer Program provides each student with netbook
  • Curriculum programmes attuned to the individual needs of students
  • Studies undertaken across all Key Learning Areas
  • After school homework classes and subject tutorials offered weekly
  • In 2014,  95.83 % of students received an OP between 1 and 15.
  • Academic care program where each student’s academic progress and welfare is monitored
  • Extensive range of extra curricular opportunities across a vast array of sporting, cultural and musical opportunities.
  • Located in Brisbane’s north – 8 kms and less than 15mins from the CBD
  • Toombul Rail and Busway 100metres walk from College
  • You are invited to experience the difference

School Facilities

•    Modern Computer  Laboratories   
•    Wireless network
•    ESL Support    
•    Modern Science Laboratories
•    Film and Editing Suites   
•    Performing and Visual Arts Centre
•    Learning Enrichment Support    
•    Sports Facilities

Curriculum offered at MMC

The selection of senior subjects is an important and critical process involving the student, parents and teaching staff. Careful selection of subjects expands future opportunities for a student's academic and vocational future. Pathway options include OP and rank courses, traineeships and apprenticeships which provide students with entry to university, TAFE, private training organisations and the work force.



(Five required for Tertiary Entrance)
  •  Accounting
  •  Biological Science
  •  Business Communications & Technology
  •  Chemistry
  •  Chinese
  •  Drama
  •  English
  •  Film, Television & New Media
  •  Geography
  •  Ancient History
  •  Modern History
  •  Home Economics
  •  Information Technology Systems
  •  Japanese
  •  Mathematics A
  •  Mathematics B
  •  Mathematics C
  •  Music
  •  Physical Education
  •  Physics
  •  Study of Religion
  •  Visual Art

  • English Communication
  • Prevocational Mathematics
  •  Business
  • Hospitality Practices (Catering Practices
  • Drama Studies
  •  Visual Art Studies
  •  Information and Communication Technologies

*Subjects offered may change

Tertiary Pathways

The process of subject selection for senior secondary students enables them to access a number of pathway options leading to tertiary studies or employment on completing Year 12.  A range of of opportunities are available to students for university studies, work placements, school-based apprenticeships and traineeships.  The school counsellors assist students in the subject selection process to maximise their tertiary sector opportunities in accordance with their career goals, interests and capabilities


•    Volleyball
•    Touch
•    Artistic & Rhythmic Gymnastics    
•    Tennis
•    Swimming   
•    Badminton
•    Basketball    
•    Cross Country
•    Softball   
•    Netball
•    Cheer-leading
•    Athletics


Tuition per year (Year 8-12)

Recurrent Cost

Building Levy

 QSA levy

(Excludes costs such as OSHC, uniforms, stationery and other school activities)

Homestay fees

Homestay rent per week (for 15 age group)

Homestay rent per week (for under 15)

Homestay placement fee (once only)

Homestay holding fee per week