Georgiana Molloy Anglican School

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Georgiana Molloy Anglican School
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Location
Busselton, WA
Australia
Coordinates 33°39′37″S 115°22′56″E / 33.660282°S 115.382187°E / -33.660282; 115.382187Coordinates: 33°39′37″S 115°22′56″E / 33.660282°S 115.382187°E / -33.660282; 115.382187
Information
Type Private, Co-educational
Motto Rejoice in Service
Denomination Anglican
Established 2003
Headmaster Ted Kosicki
Enrolment 1000+
Slogan Rejoice in Service
Website

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School is a co-educational private school located in Busselton, Western Australia, and is named after the notable early Western Australian settler Georgiana Molloy. The school was established in 2003 under the guidance of Reverend Tom Wilmot, who recognised the need for an Anglican School on "the Cape".[1]

School development[edit]

In 2007 the school finished Stage 3 of the development process representing a A$6 million investment, and involving the construction of six classrooms, two science laboratories, wood and metal workshops, two information and communications technology laboratories, specialist facilities for music, art and drama, staff preparation areas and student amenities, meeting rooms, and an undercover activity area.

In 2010 the school received A$3.5 million funding as part of the Building Education Revolution program to construct a Multi-purpose Activity Centre (commonly referred to as the 'MAC'), with a seating capacity of over 1,500 and two full-sized courts inside which can accommodate a multitude of sports such as basketball, indoor soccer, hockey and badminton. The complex was completed in early 2012.[2]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Georgiana Molloy Anglican School History". Georgiana Molloy Anglican School. 2013. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 5 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Issue 4 – Georgiana Molloy Anglican School, Western Australia". Making Every School a Great School Ezine. Australian Government. March 2012. Retrieved 5 August 2013.