Maddlingley is our main campus and home to our students from Prep to Year 12.

It is a large and modern facility set on a 16-acre elevated site to the south of Bacchus Marsh and overlooking the picturesque Pentland Hills, Lerderderg State and Macedon Ranges.

We moved from our first location in Hallett’s Way in central Bacchus Marsh to Maddingley in 1992. Halletts Way was originally the administrative hub for Maddingley Brown Coal. Some of the company’s buildings form part of the campus’s central precinct and whilst they have been modified they are a link to the district’s history.

Since 1992, the campus has physically grown and developed to support the extensive curriculum and range of opportunities we offer our ever-increasing student population.

Maddingley is a perfect location for a school. It is removed from most residential and commercial areas of Bacchus Marsh but is close enough for students to walk to significant facilities in town including the railway station and the impressive sporting facilities of historic Maddingley Park. The School sits beautifully elevated on a hill that affords some wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. It is a peaceful and secure location with a sense of calm that is conducive to learning.