At Warwick Christian College, we aim to teach all subjects from a Christian world-view. All students attend chapel every week. We also believe it is important to teach students the value of meeting collectively for a time of praise and worship and teaching and sharing from God’s Word. We regularly invite guest speakers to share their life story and how God has influenced them. Parents and family members are invited to come along and join in these special times.
The library is open daily for students to relax, read and borrow. Students in the primary years will have the opportunity every week during a lesson, to return and borrow materials from the library.
Excursions are planned to offer real-world exposure and applications of curriculum. In addition, as students develop, they are introduced to increasingly complex life skills designed to challenge them and help them to see their own potential. These experiences help children to grow into valuable members of our community. Excursions range from short visits to local attractions, landmarks and events, to three day leadership camps and Canberra excursions. The College also hosts visiting educators, speakers and performers and a range of other groups who support the curriculum in a wide variety of ways.
Music is taught as a subject in all year levels up to Senior. However, students who wish to pursue music, whether it be learning an instrument, performing in a band or participating in a choir, have the opportunity to do so with a qualified music instructor.
Sporting opportunities vary as students progress through the years. In the lower years, students have daily fitness to learn the 7 movements of fitness. As well as weekly HPE and sporting lessons, older students have increasing opportunities to participate in competitive and social sport as well as represent the College at District and State levels.
Swimming occurs in Term One and Term Four in our beautiful on-site pool, with all lessons being taught by qualified instructors. Families of the College are able to use the pool after hours and on weekends. Students swimming must be accompanied by a responsible person over the age of 16. The office has more details.
All students are required to wear our College uniform and abide by the dress code. This encourages a sense of pride and feeling of school community. It also teaches students about physical presentation and tidiness. Uniforms can be purchased through the Uniform Shop. Please contact reception to organise an appointment.
Communication with Parents and Staff
We believe that parents are given the responsibility to train children in the way they should go and we are proud to be able to facilitate parents in that pursuit. Parent involvement in their child’s education is one of the strongest predictors of success. So we are open to and encourage parents to be involved and contact the teachers and school on a regular basis, not just at designated parent-teacher conference times. The student diary is used for day to day communication between parents and the college.
Parents will receive a written report each semester. If parents do not have access to email or prefer a printed copy, they are welcome to contact the office.
A College tour is an excellent way to see all that Warwick Christian College has to offer. It provides an opportunity to meet staff, who will be able to update prospective families about the day-to-day workings of the College. For more information, or to book a tour, please contact the Registrar: email@example.com or by phoning 07 4527 4802.
Fees – Affordable Christian Education
The current fee schedule and uniform pricing guide available on request. Concessions for families with low incomes are available via applications.
If you would like to enrol your child in Warwick Christian College, the process is simple.
- Initial enquiry and application pack sent to family.
- Complete the Application for Enrolment Form and return it to the College.
- The College will review the application and contact you to arrange a suitable time to meet with a Senior Staff member.
- The College will contact you to advise if a place is secured and issue an Enrolment Contract.
- Confirm enrolment by signing and returning Enrolment Contract and paying enrolment fee*.
- Registrar will arrange a start date with you.
- Purchase uniforms and book packs.
*This fee will be credited to your fee account. This is non-refundable.
The College reserves the right to decline any enrolment that is not in the best interests of the child or the College.