MBBC has a strong philosophy of educating the whole person - body, mind, heart and spirit.

At MBBC, boys are encouraged to extend themselves intellectually and to strive to achieve, whether in the classroom, the playing field or on the stage. 

Academic achievers

Academic achievers

The MBBC curriculum is designed and tailored to provide a seamless transition for each boy, with the end goal that every student achieves his desired post-school destination. The common core curriculum subjects are enhanced with subjects such as Religious Education, Design Technology, Languages and Enterprise Education and Co-Curriculars such as Chess Club, Debating or Duke of Edinburgh further develop the whole student. 

Extensive sporting opportunities

Extensive sporting opportunities

Traditional team sports such as Cricket, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Tennis and Touch are conducted through local affiliated club competitions.

MBBC’s unique Adventure Sports programme offers sports and activities that are not provided by the curricular programmes such as Mountain Biking, Sailing, Kayaking, Archery and others. 

MBBC is a member of Christian Schools Sporting Association (CSSA) and competes in the Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals each year.

Students can also gain representative honours through District, Regional, State and National sporting pathways.

Drama and the Arts

Drama and the Arts

Art and Drama are available through classroom and Extra-Curricular programmes. Participation in these activities contributes to the development of the whole person and promotes lifelong learning through engagement with the Arts and other cultural spheres. 

Lovers of Drama take to the stage in the MBBC Drama production or the biennial Moreton Bay Colleges' joint Drama production with MBC, and the annual Art Showcase, ManifestMBBC, gives all Primary and Secondary Visual Arts students the opportunity to display their work.

Exceptional musical experiences

Exceptional musical experiences

The Moreton Bay Colleges’ vibrant and diverse joint Music programme gives students the opportunity to play in Rock Bands, Quartets, small- and large-scale Ensembles, sing in Choirs and take part in external examinations. 

Class music is offered at all year levels at the Colleges, including Year 12 Music Extension, and specialist music teachers offer lessons to students from Prep to Year 12