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Illawarra Christian School is a parent-partnered school in which all
subject matter is taught from a distinctively Christian perspective. The school
operates two campuses — the Cordeaux Campus (at Unanderra) and the Tongarra
Campus (at Albion Park). Both cater for students from Preparatory to Year 12.

As a parent-partnered school, parents are encouraged to be actively
involved in the daily to read life of the school.

Facilities: Specialist rooms for food technology, textiles and
industrial technology subjects, science laboratories, a modern library, a video
room, and a computing studies room.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Food Technology, Textiles and Design, Wood
Technics, Technical Drawing, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, History, Geography,
Commerce, French.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Mathematics (including 4 Unit),
Geography, History, Design and Technology, Economics, Visual Arts, Biology,
Chemistry, Physics, Music, Drama, Computing Studies, Textiles and Design, Food
Technology, Business Studies, Life Management.

Sport: Students participate in independent schools sporting
activities and a large variety of recreational sports.

Extracurricular activities: Debating, public speaking.

Welfare and personal development: Parents and teachers are viewed as
partners in education at Illawarra, where pastoral care and positive
relationships between students and teachers are a high priority.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment 474 at cordeaux campus (221 secondary students), 348 at tongarra campus (192 secondary students).
02 4239******* 02 4239 5200 / 02 4230 3700
02 4272******* 02 4272 2989 / 02 4257 0949
Address Cordeaux Campus: Tyalla Place, Cordeaux Heights 2526 Tongarra Campus: Calderwood Road, Albion Park 2527
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