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CENTRAL COAST ADVENTIST SCHOOL (CCAS)


CCAS is a school with a clear, Christ-centred mission.
Established in 1969, the school takes enrolments from Pre-kindergarten to Year
12 with a full HSC program in place. It is school policy to limit school size
in order to maximise the positives of the small-school environment, whilst
allowing for numerous elective paths. The school is renowned for its caring
attitude and acknowledgment of each individual student. “Caring for their
Tomorrow… Today.”

Facilities: The campus sits on 4.7 hectares of prime real
estate in the Erina CBD. The school has a large multi-purpose sports field,
several sun-shaded play areas for primary students and a building layout that
allows for the maximum use of open free-play areas for both primary and
secondary campuses. The large 500-seat auditorium also serves as an indoor
basketball/sports stadium. The first stage of the Sport Centre is complete and
provides two fully equipped indoor basketball courts. The centre is also used
for a range of other indoor sports. There is also a 500-seat hall that is being
refurbished into a permanent chapel venue.

Electives Years 9 and 10: Commerce, French, Drama, Music,
Design & Technology, Food Technology, Computing, Visual Arts, Textiles,
Technics (wood).

Electives Years 11 and 12: Studies of Religion (1 & 2
unit), English (Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 & 2), Fundamentals of
English (1 unit), Mathematics (General 2 unit, Extension 1 & 2), Community
and Family Studies, Food Technology, Legal Studies, Music, Technics, Visual
Art, Video & Digital Imaging, Information Processes and Technology,
Economics, Business Studies, Modern History, Ancient History, PD/Health/PE,
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Design & Technology. Geography, Drama, Marine
Studies, Photography,

Sport: The school runs a full, internal sports program
that flows into out-of-school-hours competitions in many sports. The school is
also a member of the Hunter Region Independent Schools’ Sports Association,
thus allowing for a wider interaction with other schools, and possible state
and Australian representation for students.

Extracurricular activities: All year levels are involved
in either camps or excursions. Students have the opportunity to participate in
various choirs and vocal ensembles. The school also has a stage band. Special
skills such as debating and other extension studies and activities are also
carried out. A leadership development program is offered to students in Years 6
to 11.

Welfare and personal development: A redemptive discipline
process is in place that acknowledges the need for self-improvement. The school
is multi-denominational in its enrolments and operates a friendly, face-to-face
enrolment procedure.

Special features: The school is proud of its strong
foundation in Christian principles and philosophy. Students are involved in
daily worship programs and are encouraged in their development of the Christian
faith. 

Religion Christian
Type Catholic
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment approx. 900 students
Phone
02 4367******* 02 4367 1800
Fax
fax 02 ******* fax 02 4365 2371
Address locked bag 33, gosford delivery centre, nsw 2250.
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