I love working at Warwick Christian College as the principal and am passionate about Christian education. I started working for Christian Community Ministries (CCM) as a teacher at Groves Christian College in 2005 where I taught until I became the Head of the second campus in 2015.
Warwick is a beautiful city and the College has some wonderful buildings and facilities, but the most important part of this school is the children, families and staff. I have been married to my beautiful wife Nicole, since 1986, the same year we became Christians. God has dramatically changed our lives and blessed us with four wonderful children and one grandson.
My personal hobbies include, squash, table tennis, mountain walks, coffee.
Head of Vocational Education.
Sally provides career guidance to our secondary students. She and her husband Mark have 6 children.
Sally originally worked as a Quantity Surveyor and left that to concentrate on her family and home school their growing family.
In 2012 they enrolled their children at the College and Sally joined the College staff the next year. Sally loves the Lord, sitting on the veranda enjoying a cuppa with her husband, spending time with her family and getting away to the beach.
She has holds a Masters of Business Administration.
Head of the Southern Downs Flexible Learning Hub (The Hub)
Chris Mason has been teaching at Warwick Christian College for the past 6 years. He completed his Bachelor in Education Middle Primary (Majoring in Special Needs) in 2009 and has taught in various schools doing supply and contract teaching. Chris moved to Warwick with his wife, Sharon, and their 2 children at the beginning of 2011 to take up a teaching position at Warwick Central. He joined Warwick Christian College in 2013 where he has taught Prep and various other teaching roles across the College.
At the beginning of term 4, 2017 Chris was asked to join the Hub at the new campus site on Glengallan Road. He was given the position of Head of Glengallan Campus at the beginning of 2018. He is looking forward to continuing the great work the Hub has previously provided for students disengaged from their learning. Chris enjoys spending his down time with family and friends and hanging out at home.
Head of Primary
Sean began at Warwick Christian College at the start of Term 4 in 2019 and is currently the Head of Primary. This role entails oversight of the primary school (academic and pastoral), NAPLAN coordination and is a key member of the college’s executive team that oversees the operation of the school. He loves leading assemblies with interactive games, motivational talks and is known to share a dad joke or two!
He has over 25 years of experience in schools, in both Queensland and Western Australia, serving in a variety of leadership roles including administration, timetabling, pastoral care, head of department, deputy and principalship in primary and secondary contexts. Sean is passionate about Christian schooling as he desires that students become lifelong learners and friends with God.
Sean has a Master of Educational Leadership and Administration, Graduate Diploma of Education in Primary, Computer Science degree and Certificate IV in Workplace, Assessment and Training.
Head of Secondary
Jason began at Warwick Christian College at the beginning of 2019 and is currently the Head of Secondary. This role entails the planning and overseeing of the development and implementation of the school’s curriculum as well as the equipping and empowering of college staff to provide the best learning experience for every individual student.
He was previously at Emerald Christian College where he was responsible for the English and Humanities department, as well as being heavily involved in the College’s pastoral care program. Jason is passionate about Christian schooling in Regional Queensland and looks forward to investing in Warwick Christian College over the long term.
Jason has a Bachelor of Education, Secondary as well as Diplomas in Leadership and Business Management.
Maritta began volunteering at the College in 2009 helping develop and run the reading program, working as a teacher aide, doing general office work and starting the uniform shop. In 2011, she was employed as the school’s first receptionist, finance and general office worker 2 days a week, while continuing to volunteer in classrooms and the uniform shop.
Maritta has held many paid and voluntary roles in the school over the years from cleaner, teacher aide, maintenance, office work and pool caretaker. This has given her a very balanced oversite in her current role as Facilities Manager. Maritta is also an active member of the College’s Parents and Friends committee since its foundation. She holds a Cert IV in Youth Work.
Maritta counts her greatest achievement as being mother to 5 children and grandmother to 1. She loves her Savior and King with all her heart and loves this school.
Front Row LtoR: Cindy Nicholls, Sally Clifford, Jason Gay, Carmelo Rubio, Sean Greenacre, Chris Mason, Shannon Freeman, and Maritta Hutley
2nd Row LtoR: Sharon Ryan, Marius Booysen, Sarah Bailey, Anita Greening, Shela Grimson, Margie Wood, Fhine Ultra, Sharon Booysen, and Pat Sheil
3rd Row LtoR: Nicole Rubio, Katrina Day, Raylene Lomas, Sue Dean, Emily Muller, Samara Sargeson, Ann Burns, Lesley Clayton, Fawn Dunkley, and Sandra Singh
Back Row LtoR: Philip Sargeson, Kylie Skinner, Rob Rayner, Daniel Gilmour, David Hanna, Theresa Hanna, and Sharon Mason
Inserts LtoR: Nathan Dearling, Jeremy Greening, Mark Nicholls, Glenn Miller, and Daniel Ratcliffe