A Christian college that caters to the needs of every individual,
regardless of religious or cultural background, and has an emphasis on caring
for all aspects of a child’s development and growth.
Auburn Campus: Junior School — Prep to Year 4
Strathfield Campus: Middle School (Year 5–8) and Senior School
Auburn Campus: spacious classrooms, computer lab, library, grassed
play-areas with specialised play equipment, an assembly area and an
indoor/outdoor grassed recreation area.
Strathfield Campus: Well-equipped auditorium and gymnasium, modern
library, excellent applied and fine arts facilities, music rooms, comprehensive
computer education program, canteen, cricket nets, tennis courts, indoor
Electives Years 9 to 10: History/Geography and Civics, Music, Visual
Arts, Industrial Technology, French, Information Software and Technology,
PD/Health/PE, Food & Textiles Technology.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Music, Chemistry, Senior Science,
Physics, Geography, Modern History, PD/Health/PE, Design and Technology,
Information Processes & Technology, Work Studies, Business Studies,
Biology, Visual Arts, Photography. Extension courses are also offered,
including VET — Hospitality and Business Services. Distance Education and VET
subjects also available.
Sport: includes, but not limited to basketball, soccer, tennis,
soccer, swimming, athletics. Recreational sports include aerobics, gymnastics,
squash, surfing, and sailing.
Extracurricular activities: Performing band, Choir, Duke of
Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Mock Trial, musical instruments, Da Vinci Decathlon,
homework club, service opportunities.
Welfare and personal development: Outstanding student-to-teacher
ratio, peer support, Student Representative Council, Chaplain and strong
pastoral care program, “Character First” Junior School values program.
A careers adviser is available for students from Years 9 to 12.
Mandatory work experience for Year 10 students. The school has a uniform
Special features: Annual service trip for senior students and class
service projects. Gold-level Duke of Edinburgh awards presented at venues such
as Government House. Students raise in excess of $6000 annually for charities.
There has been a consistent high level of achievement in SC and HSC results.
|Years||Year 1 - Year 12|
4k - 8k |
$4232 to $8985. academic, leadership and citizenship scholarships are available on application.
02 9764******* 02 9764 3200
02 9746******* 02 9746 2433
|Address||Strathfield Campus: 159 Albert Road, Strathfield 2135Auburn Campus: 3 Macquarie Road, Auburn 2144.|