Mary MacKillop College, Nundah QLD







Established: 1964

Principal: Erin Wedge

Address: 60 Bage St , Nundah 4012


Key Information


47 Teaching

21 Non Teaching


Please see College Website for details (Year 7)

Please see College Website for details (Year 12)

QCE Subjects





VET Available

About our school

Mary MacKillop College empowers young women to nurture their personal strengths and passions to be truly remarkable. Your daughter will be part of a joy-filled community that promotes and encourages individuality, innovation and creativity. Our highly qualified staff, teaching in their fields of expertise, are passionate about providing a rigorous and student-centred academic program that embodies our Wellbing4Learning program. Grounded in positive psychology and restorative practices, this program ensures that students are ready to learn, in a caring and safe environment, while being challenged to take risks with their learning.

Honouring the uniqueness of every individual and grounded in a culture of welcome, we know that success looks different for everyone and we are committed to helping all our students realise their full potential. Our educational belief encourages students to be curious about their passions and to seek out challenges. Our curriculum, including our core and elective subjects, a STEAM program, an extensive sporting program, music ensembles, QDU debating, as well as social justice immersions and outdoor education, is evidence of our commitment to the holistic development of each student.

We will help your daughter to become a truly remarkable woman, ready to leave her mark on the world.

Quick Facts

  • Strong & successful Orientation and Transition Program supporting students from Primary to Secondary
  • Learning with Purpose Formation and Student Advocacy opportunities
  • 1:1 student laptop program
  • All-inclusive sport program including CaSSSa Sports
  • Extensive co-curricular music options
  • Wellbeing programs including camps, retreats and immersions
  • Leadership opportunities and formation programs in all year levels
  • Student Advocacy and Social Justice Outreach
  • Extensive opportunities in Science, Technologies, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics

More from the school

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 559 545 560 560 547
Year 9 598 586 595 592 589

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from:

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 561 543 545 545 543
Year 9 596 575 584 594 585

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from:

Campus Locations

Main Campus

60 Bage St , Nundah, 4012

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