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St George Christian School is a distinctively Christian Kindergarten
to Year 12 school of approximately 750 students, serving the southern Sydney
region. Its purpose is to provide a quality, Christian education and to
encourage each student to reach their potential. It seeks to nurture and
develop the whole person, academically, socially and spiritually.

Computer facilities: Fully networked, internet-accessed computer
labs, libraries and classrooms each with data projectors. Each department has
its own individual computer facilities.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Design and Technology, Drama,
Food Technology, Geography, History, Industrial Technology, Information and
Software Technology, LOTE (Japanese & Mandarin) Multimedia/Photography,
Music, Physical and Sports Studies, Textiles, Visual Arts.

Electives Years 11 and 12: English (all levels), Mathematics (all
levels), Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Community and Family Studies,
Design and Technology, Drama, Economics, Engineering Studies, Food Technology,
Food Technology, Geography, History (Ancient, Modern & Extension),
Industrial Technology – Multimedia, Information Processes and Technology,
Japanese, Legal Studies, Modern History, Music 1, Music 2, PDHPE, Physics,
Senior Science, Software Design and Development, Textiles, Visual Arts. 

Sport: Sport is compulsory for Years 7 to 10. The school is a member
of the CSSA and competes to CIS level.

Religious Education: Christian Principles and Relationships (CPR) is

Co-curricular activities: Band, Jump rope Teams, Science Club,
Christian Fellowship Groups, Chapel Team, Leadership course, Student
Representative Council (SRC), Overseas Mission and/or excursion opportunity,
bi-annual Musical Production, Speech and Drama, Concert Band, Choir, Percussion,
Piano, Drums, Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, Flute, Trombone, Guitar lessons,
Vocal Group, String Group, Music afternoons, Work Experience, Yearbook,
Debating, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Representative Sports, String
Group, Solar Boat Challenge, Excellence Groups: Artists, Scientists, Writers,
Philosophers, Debaters, Athletes and Historians.

Welfare and personal development: Provision for Pastoral Care is
well developed from K – 12, with student counsellor support. The school has an
extension and enrichment program to help support high achieving students. There
is a Support Program for students who require help with their learning. The
Middle School (Yrs 6-8) program targets the needs of young adolescents, with
the Excellence Program and Specialist support provisions. The school runs a
program in Junior School focused on developing student Emotional Intelligence.

Religion Christian
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment contact the registrar for scholarship and enrolment information. some waiting lists apply.
02 9547******* 02 9547 2311
02 9547******* 02 9547 2867
Address 70 Bellevue Parade, Hurstville 2220 All correspondence to PO Box 144, Ramsgate 2217
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