Facilities: The college sits on ten acres of land covered by trees and lawn and contains a mixture of modern permanent buildings and demountable classrooms. The school features new junior classrooms and an adventure playground, senior classrooms, a library, an Arts/music wing, Science lab, computer rooms and sporting facilities including basketball and tennis courts.
Curriculum: ‘Christ the King’ P – 12 Anglican College Cobram has a traditional core academic curriculum that aligns with the current Australian Curriculum guidelines and provides a range of electives including music, textiles, woodwork, metalwork, drama, home economics, and art.
Sport: Students are provided with a broad and varied sports program including opportunities to compete in local and interschool swimming and athletics competitions. Football, netball and basketball are included in interschool summer and winter sports days and students are encouraged to participate in a wide range of sports individually from lawn bowls to equestrian events. The college does not limit itself to traditional sports programs.
Student welfare programs: A commitment to pastoral care is a hallmark of the college.