At Christian College, we recognise the value of engaging students in the journey that has brought us into the 21st century. The Humanities curriculum, therefore, gives context and meaning to our very existence: our past, our present and, importantly, the challenges for the future.
Students have the opportunity to study history, geography, civics and citizenship, and economics and business. Through these disciplines and the various subjects offered from Years 5 to 12, students will develop the ability to question, think critically, communicate effectively and act responsibly. Whether it is investigating the challenges of water availability in Year 7 Geography, analysing the impacts of the Industrial Revolution in Year 9 History or discovering the steps involved in running a large corporation in VCE Business Management, students will engage with meaningful and practical concepts that shape their daily lives.
The study of Humanities at Christian College inspires our young people to become the thinkers, collaborators, problem-solvers, decision-makers, entrepreneurs, community leaders and global citizens of the 21st century.