The School Board has set the direction that TCC will stay a three-stream secondary and two stream primary school for the foreseeable future. This equates to a school population of around 800 students.
The school has set the goal to better express its understanding of Christian education to its students and to its community.
The school will evaluate the new Senior School Assessment and Tertiary Entrance system being introduced by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) in 2019. At this stage, there is no plan to see TCC introduce this new accreditation regime.
The school has a number of projects it wants to accomplish – a new technology hub, a new 6 classroom block for high school students, staff carparking area, multipurpose courts and a new primary administration centre. The school is also reviewing what is the best way to organise its library to meet the needs of 21st century learners.
The school is committed to finding ways to assist students to become better learners and followers of the One who loves them and gave Himself for them.