As a school that prides itself on its small personalised size, we at the North-West Christian School, value the personalisation of all learning. The division of our school into distinct learning phases of Primary, Middle, High, and Senior High School further personalises the uniqueness of our educational delivery to each and every one of our students.

Our Senior High School delivers a curriculum that is formulated to combine the learning of the past into a final preparation for each student's post Year 12 challenges. We want the very best for each child’s future which includes their physical, spiritual and academic achievement. We believe that any child can realise their potential and that collectively as a team ‘their dream’ can be achieved. Our Senior High School program will provide a sound foundation for whatever career path your child will choose. Our curriculum will provide the smooth transition from Year 12 to tertiary educational destination.

LEARNING

Throughout the Senior years, students grow a greater sense of self-identity and an increased responsibility for their own learning. NWCS seeks to cater for all types of learners and offer a suite of opportunities for students to enhance their learning.

OPPORTUNITIES

Alongside academic success, students are encouraged to have a growing awareness of their character and to seek to involve themselves in both serving and leadership experiences. Senior students show initiative in their learning, seek to extend themselves in their academic pursuits, and cultivate positive relationships with both peers and staff members.

EXTRA-CURRICULAR

NWCS offers ample extra curricular activities which enrich our students College experience, including local and overseas trips, serving at the canteen, peer mentoring of younger students and formal leadership positions.

TECHNOLOGY

Students have access to a range of technology options which enhance their learning. All students have access to the school's state of the art interactive TVs, as well as the school iPads and MacBook sets. 

Staff recognise using technology is a highly valued skill that students need to acquire in preparing them for life beyond schooling.