The adolescent years are a tremendous opportunity for our young men and women to grow, mature, think deeply, engage in appropriate risk-taking, and to learn more about who God has created them to be, what gifts and talents He has given to them, and how they can use these in service to Him.
The adolescent years can also be turbulent and confronting. The College seeks to not only support and provide good boundaries for our students throughout these years, but also to work alongside and partner with parents and carers in the education of their son or daughter.
Our mission is to “provide a Christian education that will prepare students in spirit, soul and body to serve the Living God in today’s world”. We want our students to commit themselves to becoming outstanding young men and women and to willingly accept the encouragement, correction, training and support that College staff seek to offer. We want to help to develop self-disciplined, hard-working, reliable, trustworthy and compassionate young adults.
To this end, we offer support from a variety of specialist staff, including our Careers Officer, Learning Support Coordinator and Deans of Years Eight to Twelve Girls and Boys.
Our curriculum is founded upon the pursuit of truth and wisdom. We seek to help students to wonder at God’s created order through immersing them in the study and appreciation of truth, beauty and goodness. Our desire is to create young men and women with a thirst for knowledge, not merely so that they can put it to use in a career, but first and foremost so that they can develop a coherent understanding of what it means to be human and our place in God’s great story.