Hunter Christian School was established by the Mayfield Baptist Church in 1981 and offers a Christ-centred curriculum, emphasising individual care and fulfilment of each student’s potential. Whether your child’s future holds academic studies, sports, business, trade, raising a family or serving their community, Hunter Christian School’s dedicated staff will encourage and support your student to achieve their personal best in a safe, caring, Christian environment with happy students and small year sizes. HunterChristianSchool’s record of individual improvement in personal academic and NAPLAN achievements is outstanding and its unique programs are specially designed to help students develop critical life skills to prepare them for a significant future.
Facilities: Modern resources and technology, new multipurpose learning centre, covered outdoor learning area, prep playground and primary passive play area, well-equipped technology rooms, music, drama, visual art, sports and gym facilities, computer rooms, library and canteen.
Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Design & Technology, Industrial Technology, Food Technology, Physical Activity and Sport Studies, Music, Drama and Visual Arts.
Electives Years 11 and 12: University Pathways and Distance Education, VETAB Metal and Engineering, VETAB Retail Services, Design and Technology, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Drama, Visual Arts, Music, Studies of Religion, Society and Culture, Ancient History, Modern History, Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation, Design and Technology, Food Technology, Business Studies, PD/Health/PE.
Sport: Unique Activity and Motion daily fitness program in Years 7 and 8. Excellent competitive sports opportunities including cross-country, athletics, swimming, cricket, soccer, hockey, volleyball, futsal, basketball and netball.
Extracurricular activities: Prep transition program for four year olds.
Primary — free after-school active sports program, Bounce Back! And Peacemakers resilience life skills, advanced reading program for Kindergarten; citizenship and community action, comprehensive camping and leadership for Years 5 and 6. Secondary — music, art, drama and design nights; major creative arts production bi-annually; choir; ministry team; overseas missions adventures; community service days; the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme; outdoor education program incorporated into a character and citizenship course in Year 9.
Welfare and personal development: Parental participation is strongly encouraged and parents serve on the school board to assist in determining welfare policy. The school takes a Biblical approach to discipline.
|Years||Year 1 - Year 12|
Please consult the school. fee reductions based on financial need may be available to eligible families.
02 4967******* 02 4967 2111
02 4967******* 02 4967 6658
|Address||Bull and Kerr Streets Mayfield 2304. PO Box 10 HRMC NSW 2310|