From the Head of Campus

Learning Conferences

Thank you to the parents who attended Learning Conferences on Tuesday evening. The productive and collaborative dialogue shared is what forms the fabric of a sound partnership in the educational journey of each student. We are looking forward to continuing this partnership as the year progresses.

 

Elective Expo and Back Creek Information Session

It is with much excitement that I invite our current Year 6, 7 and 8 students and families to attend our 'Elective Expo Evening' on Wednesday, 30th August from 4pm to 6pm. This event will be held in the Sports and Aquatic Centre at our Middle School Highton Campus. We are pleased to invite you to take up this wonderful opportunity to view all of the elective pathways, chatting with and asking questions of our specialist staff. Further information will be included in next week's Vine, however please pencil this date in your family calendar!

To our current Year 8 students and families, we will also be holding our Back Creek Information session on 30th August from 6pm to 7pm, directly following the Elective Expo. Further information will also be included in next week's Vine, outlining some exciting changes that are planned for 2018 and beyond, to further expand and enrich the experiential opportunities for our Year 9 students! This will be further unpacked on the evening.

 

Future Enrolments

We are now in the process of planning classes and confirming enrolments for next year (2018) and also for 2019. Parents are reminded that siblings of current students - expecting to start at Christian College in 2018/2019 at any year level - must also complete an individual enrolment form. Please visit our website or phone our reception staff if you require an additional enrolment form.

A reminder, also, that if your family is relocating and/or your children will not be attending Christian College in 2018, a full term’s notice, in writing, is required to ensure you are not charged Term 1 2018 fees. 

 

Mr Tony Costa

Head of Campus

 

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