For more than 15 years Wollondilly Anglican College has provided Christian education in an environment which “encourages the consideration of excellence, endurance and eternity”.
From the beginning, Dr Stuart Quarmby has led the College, which now schools more than 900 students from pre-kindergarten (four-year-olds) to Year 12.
“Our school has grown to be a college of choice for those in the Wollondilly Shire and surrounding districts who seek a reinforcement of family values along with the development of life skills, self discipline and broad educational options,” the foundation headmaster Dr Quarmy said.
Education is more than what you learn. It is also who you become, your character and virtues.Dr Stuart J. Quarmby, Foundation Headmaster
“We are a destination school for the Wollondilly Shire and surrounding districts and remain one of the fastest growing Independent Schools in NSW, with students and staff travelling more than an hour to be part of the College.”
As well as nurturing academic excellence, the College proudly holds a reputation for educating the whole person.
“Education is more than what you learn. It is also who you become, your character and virtues,” Dr Quarmy said.
These foundations are strongly advocated by the College’s hundreds of volunteers and 90 staff, including teachers, grounds staff, IT specialists and clerical staff.
“We attract and retain quality people who are outstanding practitioners but are also compassionate, hard working, loyal professionals,” Dr Quarmy said. “As a result Wollondilly Anglican College has built an academic, sporting and performance reputation which is a lightning rod to other talented students.”
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It is this valued group of staff and volunteers who are vital in ensuring the College forges into new educational frontiers, Dr Quarmy said, staying ahead of current developments in information technology and catering for emerging industries.
Dr Quarmy is Wollondilly born and bred and values the support of, and interaction with the community.
“My family is third generation Wollondilly on both sides,” he said. “I know this community will gather around and support each other. It is what mates do.
“And our College takes our responsibility as community builders seriously. We sponsor local events and always turn up in force.”