104 Anzac Avenue, Engadine 2233
Ph 02 9520 3911
Fax 02 9548 5279
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Years : Kindergarten to Year 12
Enrolment: Approximately 30 students
Fees:$2250. Sibling discounts apply.
Principal: Mr Nathan Searle
Established in 1988, Southern Cross is a small, co-educational, local church-based school catering for students from kindergarten to Year 12, set on 0.8 hectares with plenty of shade and grassed playing areas. The school uses a modified Accelerated Christian Education curriculum that emphasises individualised, programmed learning within a Christian context. The goal of the school is to provide an education that is truly Christian in order to assist parents in the discipling of their children in the ways of God and His Word, and to produce graduates that desire to serve Him with their whole heart.
Facilities: Library, craft room, workshop, computer room, school hall. Facilities are supplemented by access to nearby sporting fields, a swimming pool and a community library.
Electives Years 7 to 10: The core curriculum is supplemented by Biblical Studies, Home Science, Music, French, Spanish, Computing Studies, and Art.
Electives Years 11 and 12: HSC matriculation is not offered. Southern Cross provides its own school-based certificate and students can successfully gain admission to university through the internationally recognised SAT exams. This includes the study of Science, Mathematics and English. School-based electives include Old and New Testament, Music, Computer Science, Life of Christ, Home Economics, 3-Unit Mathematics and Science, and Design and Technology.
Sport: A school-based sports program is complemented by annual athletics and swimming carnivals with similar schools.
Extracurricular activities: End-of-year drama productions, school concert, inter-Christian school state-based annual convention in which high school students can compete in over 100 events during the week.
Welfare and personal development: Pastoral care focuses on the application of Christian principles to students’ lives and involves counselling from staff and a firm, but fair, discipline policy. Work experience is arranged for Years 10 to 12. Annual mission trips to outback communities are optional for high school students.