The school covers Pre-school to year 12 and is coeducational. Its student body is divided into five houses, Patterson, Gilmore, Wright, Lawson, Mackellar. The majority of the students are from rural families as the school supplies agricultural education.
WMAC is known to have a co-educational environment (Prep to Year 12) all on the one campus, boasting 38 hectares of land including lakes, firing ranges and canoeing areas. Vocational Education and Training Programs and "Respect and Responsibility" Pastoral Care Programs (Prep to Year 12) are exercised to benefit students. 170 Sports, Arts and other extra-curricular activities are offered and an Outdoor Education Program (Prep to Year 12) is provided for those staying after school. There are also Defence Transition Programs as the college is known to have close affiliations with the RAAF Base.