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The Geelong College difference. With just 50 boys and 50 girls in our boarding houses The Geelong College boarding community is tight-knit. Students get to know others from diverse backgrounds and make great friends with boarders and boarding staff.

It is perhaps the magic ingredient, being in a small and diverse environment challenges our boarders to step outside of themselves and learn from, and with, others every day. There is a comradery that is difficult to capture, the friendships they make are like the best bits of sibling relationships, and most boarders genuinely love their time at Mossgiel and Mackie.

We aim to make sure our boarders' day is the same as a day students’ day while at school to help them integrate into the whole school and give them the best opportunity to find their friendship group by getting to know a wide range of people in addition to their boarding friends.

At Middle School (Year7 and 8) boarders catch a bus to school from the boarding house and back each day. Their lunches are collected from the canteen and they participate in classes, house activities and sports training.

At Senior School, they meet with their day house at the beginning of the day, collect their lunch from the dining hall and eat with friends, participate in house activities together, as well as attend their classes and sport training.

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The Geelong College difference. With just 50 boys and 50 girls in our boarding houses The Geelong College boarding community is tight-knit. Students get to know others from diverse backgrounds and make great friends with boarders and boarding staff.

It is perhaps the magic ingredient, being in a small and diverse environment challenges our boarders to step outside of themselves and learn from, and with, others every day. There is a comradery that is difficult to capture, the friendships they make are like the best bits of sibling relationships, and most boarders genuinely love their time at Mossgiel and Mackie.

We aim to make sure our boarders' day is the same as a day students’ day while at school to help them integrate into the whole school and give them the best opportunity to find their friendship group by getting to know a wide range of people in addition to their boarding friends.

At Middle School (Year7 and 8) boarders catch a bus to school from the boarding house and back each day. Their lunches are collected from the canteen and they participate in classes, house activities and sports training.

At Senior School, they meet with their day house at the beginning of the day, collect their lunch from the dining hall and eat with friends, participate in house activities together, as well as attend their classes and sport training.

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