The College Board remains committed to the provision of a fine educational program within a Christian environment at reasonable cost to families, while ensuring a quality educational program from Kindergarten to Year 12.
The Board of Christian College oversees the direction and development of the school, ensuring that the College operates within its objectives (as outlined in the College philosophical statement) and maintains effective financial management.
The Christian College Board includes a clergy and lay representative of the participating Churches – Anglican, Uniting, Salvation Army and Baptist – as well as parent representatives elected by the Company. Non-voting members may be co-opted for their expertise as appropriate.
Campus Year Levels
Christian College operates classes from pre-Kindergarten (3 year olds)
to Year 12 (VCE).
The stages of development of young learners are reflected in the structure of the College – with each section encompassing the year levels which enable students to develop a continuing love of learning with differing skills and approaches to teaching and learning.
Williams House Kindergarten includes Pre-Kindergarten and Pre-School programs and is located within the Junior School grounds at the Belmont Campus. With specialist staff from Junior School involved in teaching weekly sessions, students become familiar with the Junior School environment. This makes for a smooth and happy transition into the Prep.
Junior School, at both Belmont and Bellarine Campuses, encompasses Years Prep to 4.
The Middle School experience at Highton and Bellarine Campuses commences at Year 5. This ensures that students are settled into the Middle School routines before facing the challenges of adolescence, and the changing structures of secondary studies. Students graduate from Middle School in Year 9, with the highlight being the five-week residential Rural Studies experience at 'Back Creek' in Scotsburn.
The Senior School, Years 10 to 12, brings both Bellarine and Highton students together at a separate campus, structured to ensure a culture conducive to high achievement in VCE studies as well as involvement in leadership, responsibility and service.