The Best We Can Be
MacGregor State High School is an outstanding school of enviable repute. Opening in 1969, it was named after Sir William MacGregor, an early Governor of Queensland. We acknowledge our Scottish heritage and today wear the MacGregor tartan with pride.
Our school enjoys a reputation for excellence in scholarship, in which learning is aspirational, challenging and rewarding. Our school embodies a culture of high expectations and we help our students become confident, creative and accomplished learners. With a dedicated staff and an innovative curriculum which both draw on past traditions and contemporary practice, we strive for personal excellence.
Our students are enveloped in opportunity in the academic, cultural and sporting facets of school life. We have a firm commitment to social justice promoting a sense of community spirit and connectedness within our school. As lifelong learners we insist on persistence and building resilience. We find perceptive and practical solutions to life’s challenges through respectful and considered interaction with others. As a community we celebrate our diversity and harness the power of that to bind us together.
I invite you to be a part of our MacGregor State High School community. You will soon discover that our school is a place where challenge and choice create opportunities for each and all students to excel to be The Best We Can Be.