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  • Coffs Harbour C C S Junior School


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    Coffs Harbour C C S Junior School

    Founding year: 1980
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Rodney Lynn (Principal)
    Number of staff: 0

    At the start of 1980, Alan and Lyn Smith, in conjunction with the Coffs Harbour Baptist Church, began an investigation into the viability of a Christian Community School in the Coffs Harbour region. In 1980, a public community meeting was called to ascertain community interest in starting a Christian Community School. As a result of that public meeting, Coffs Harbour Christian Community School commenced operation at the start of 1981. The school started with 29 students and ran classes from Kindergarten to Year 6.
    We are an education provider focusing upon Jesus Christ and His teachings as our ultimate aspirations for living. Throughout all our operations, we hope to present the lifestyle and teachings of Jesus to all people to live fulfilled lives. This teaching starts in Kindergarten and is integrated into our curriculum through to Year 12.
    We are pleased to express the Christian faith and its message of hope to Australian young people. Hopefully, you will see some of the influence of Jesus in your dealings with our school. We are different, and people do notice this difference. The difference is brought about because, as a staff, we have all committed our lives to follow Jesus. Encouraging the development of leadership within our students is an essential focus of the Christian Community School Welfare Program's culture.
    We program's culture leader to be a person who can see 'the big picture,' who is willing to serve others, encouraging them to reach their potential rather than focusing on themselves. Leaders must be hard-working, capable, and reliable. They should be a positive example for others, work in a team, and take personal responsibility for their actions and development.
    In Year 8, avenues for leadership development areas Junior House Vice Captains and the Middle School leaders. Year 12 students can become School Vice Captains and Captains (boy and girl for both), members of the Student Executive, Sports House Captains, or Church Time Leaders. Beyond these formal pathways, numerous leadership opportunities exist in other school activities, including music, drama, various teams, sport, debating, mock trial, chess, etc.






    Address: Coffs Harbour C C S Junior School, 27 Curacoa Street Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, NSW 2450, Australia

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