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Established 1979, Pacific Hills Christian School is a Junior, Middle
and Senior School from Prep to Year 12, where academic excellence is
underpinned by solid Biblical values and students are supported by dedicated
Christian teachers, within a caring community environment. We are located in a
safe and attractive semi-rural area, just a short bus ride from Pennant Hills
Station and Castle Hill. After-school care is available.

Facilities: A nine-hectare site with two ovals in a semi-rural
setting. A new Senior School building was opened late 2009. It contains four
state-of-the-art science labs and extensive preparation area, 10 general
classrooms with flexible learning spaces, interactive whiteboards, wireless
technology, data projectors, wireless tablets. Library, computer labs, science
labs, music room and music lab with network keyboards, art rooms, dance/drama
room, food and wood tech facilities, canteen, indoor and outdoor
netball/basketball courts, multi-purpose centre with seating for 1800 and a
full-width stage, making the facility ideal for performing arts.

Electives Years 7 to 12: Subjects include English and Mathematics
(at all levels), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Legal Studies (2 Unit and 3
Unit), Studies of Religion, Computing Studies, Ancient and Modern History,
Drama, Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Music, PD/Health/PE, Human
Movement, Photography, Visual Arts, Design and Technology, Food Technology,
Industry Hospitality, French and Chinese. JSST courses are also available.

Sport: Pacific Hills offers inter-school competition in more than 17

Extracurricular activities: Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, music,
choir, orchestra, bands, drama, performing arts, photography, chess, creative
writing, public speaking, debating, craft, dance, electronics, Scrabble, school
camps, community service and mission programs.

Welfare and personal development: The pastoral care structure
provides each student with a teacher whose aim is to take the time to know and
understand them. Personal study of Biblical principles is undertaken in each
Year, including as an HSC subject.

Special features: The Augustine Program has been developed to help
gifted and talented students achieve their academic potential, with advanced
classes for Year 3 through to Year 8 and accelerated learning for Years 9 to
12. Community service participation and local and overseas mission experience

Religion Non - denominational
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment 1250 students
Fees 4k - 8k
$7,680 to $11,640 (family discounts available)
02 9651******* 02 9651 2733
02 9651******* 02 9651 3513
Address 9 Quarry Road, Dural 2158
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