Mackellar Girls Campus

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Northern Beaches Secondary College
Mackellar Girls Campus
Campbell Parade
Manly Vale, ]
Type Government
Motto In honour bound
Established 1968
Principal Christine DelGallo
Staff 60 +
Grades 7–12
Gender Female
Enrolment 1000 +[1]
Number of students Girls
Campus type Suburban
Colour(s) blue, red, white

Mackellar Girls Campus is a public, girls-only high school for students years 7–12 in Manly Vale, New South Wales, Australia. It is a part of the Northern Beaches Secondary College, a five-campus college across Sydney's Northern Beaches, formed in 2003. It is generally considered to be the 'sister school' to Balgowlah Boys Campus, another school within the college.

It was formerly known as Manly Vale High School, and then became Mackellar Girls High School until 2003 when it gained its current name after the famous Australian poet Dorothea Mackellar.

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  1. ^ "School Locator – Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls Campus". New South Wales Department of Education and Training. Retrieved 2007-06-23. 

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