Faith in action is the foundation of Macquarie Anglican Grammar School.
The school started operating as a school in 2002 and employs about 61 people, including teaching and non teaching staff, as well as boarding staff.
"Macquarie is a Christian school in the Anglican tradition," headmaster Craig Mansour said.
"At the core of who we are is the development of resilient young people who are ready and willing to make a difference in the world.
"We are a comprehensive independent school that strives to develop the whole of the person.
"It is who they are not the job they do that will make a difference in the world."
The school has had a busy year.
In April,junior and senior school students represented Macquarie at the Western Plains Engineering Challenge Days, taking part in various activities including building structures that could withstand earthquakes, communicating through code and making a mechanic hand and building a bridge.
Members of the Macquarie Livestock Team, led by Brooke Taylor and Michelle Cross attended the 2022 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Hugh Mitchell and Nicola Millar, both from Macquarie Anglican Grammar School, were awarded champion and reserve Royal Agricultural Society Youth show judges after proving their prowess on the cattle lawns at Sydney royal show.
"At the core of who we are is an educational institution," Mr Mansour said.
"We educate students to be the very best they can be.
"We celebrate the outstanding academic results each year which achieve entry into a wide range of university course from education to law and medicine.
"We also celebrate with equal joy the students who finish their schooling well and commence apprenticeships and internships.
"We, of course, are the only boarding school in our community boarding brings incredible relationships and engagement not just in Dubbo but the broader community.
"Our students and families are the best."
Mr Mansour said Dubbo was an amazing place to live.
"The sport is wonderful, the culture is growing, and its diversity is increasing. The people are amazing."
Staff are involved in a range of leadership across the community, they participate in a range of sports and community events.
"Teachers are the backbone of our community," Mr Mansour said.
"At the heart of Macquarie is the belief that each and every student is of incredible value and capable of achieving great things.