We teach a biblically based program as an integral part of the curriculum.
Chapel is usually held weekly and gives students the opportunity to learn from the bible, sing Christian songs and pray.
Senior School (Year 7-12) students have Christian education classes once a week. These classes study the bible, giving students the opportunity to learn about Jesus Christ, biblical history and God’s sovereign plan for the world.
Devotions for Junior School (Pre-K to Year 6) students are engaging, age appropriate opportunities for young children to learn more about God and Jesus.
All students are made in God's image and are loved by Him. The College is committed to teachers relating to students, parents and their colleagues as the Bible teaches. For example, Galatians 5:22,23 refers to the importance of love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Voluntary Christian groups meet weekly in the Junior School and Senior School to provide opportunities for fellowship and the development of Christian leadership. They are also an informal venue where students may make further inquiries into the Christian faith.
Opportunities are provided within the College, in the local community and overseas for students to engage in service activities to demonstrate faith in action.
The College has a full-time Senior School Chaplain and Junior School Chaplain. The Chaplains oversee the Christian Education and Chapel programs and also provide pastoral support to students, staff and families. Parents are welcome to contact the relevant Chaplain to discuss welfare and pastoral concerns.