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  • St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College

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    St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College

    Founding year: 2006
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Mr. Edwar Dinkha (Principal)
    Number of staff: 0

    St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College, established in 2006, is a year 7 – 12 co-educational Christian independent College of the Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East. St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College is considered a unique educational institution in many aspects. It is the first Assyrian College to be established in the Western World and came into existence as a fulfillment of His Beatitude, Archbishop Mar Meelis Zaia's (AM) dream.

    Only a short time after he was appointed Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, His Beatitude identified the need for the Australian Assyrian Community members to preserve their Assyrian faith, language, and culture. He believed that one way for the community to grow in these areas was to establish independent Assyrian schools that would cater to all Assyrians' unique needs in Australia.

    The dream of building an Assyrian school came to fruition when St. Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School was established in 2002. His Beatitude's vision did not stop there. He also envisaged the development of a secondary education institution. This became a reality with the establishment of St. Narsai Christian College in 2006.

    With the achievement of establishing our college to provide a continuum of quality education for students of our sister school, St. Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School, and students from the wider community, our Archbishop has created history and will be remembered and supported for his achievements by Assyrians around the globe for generations to come. Members of our Assyrian community in Australia should be proud of these achievements and thankful that future generations of Assyrians living in Australia will have the opportunity to learn about their faith, language, and culture.

    The College Crest speaks of the school's foundational beliefs and what it stands for. At the head of the crest sits the Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East Patriarchal insignia. This symbolizes the Church as the head of our college.

    Following is the picture of an open Holy Bible with an image of a harp on one side and a dove. These images portray the Bible and it is teachings as a central part of our College life. The Harp and the dove stand as a symbol of our Patron Saint – St. Narsai, the faithful Christian writer who was lovingly known as "The Harp of the Spirit."

    The Cross in the center of the crest – speaks for itself; the college is founded and centered on the teachings of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

    Finally, the College motto, "Excellence, Christian Values, Commitment," instills in our College community the value of showing excellence in every aspect of our daily lives; Christian values are reflected in our actions, manners, and quality life. Simultaneously, students are encouraged to show commitment to preserving through College life's challenges to grow and mature into successful students who implement these foundational characteristics through their lives.

    We foster the Assyrian Church of the East's heritage and Christian values, developing individuals who strive for excellence, are lifelong learners, and live their faith. We provide students of any background a special education based on 21st-century pedagogy to equip them with the necessary skills to be active Australian citizens, reflecting the faith, heritage, language, and culture of the Assyrian Church of the East.

    The mission of St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College is to provide a continuum of education founded on rich traditions of faith, family and community values, and a commitment to academic excellence cultivated alongside a Christian faith-filled learning environment. At St Narsai Christian College, we endeavor to create an environment conducive for learning; a student in our school is not just a name or number but has a face. We cater to every individual student's needs in our care, academically, spiritually, and physically. At this college, we offer Students:

    • Pastoral care before the start of each school day, where the PC teacher leads the group of students in a prayer
    • Student advisors a teacher is appointed as a year advisor for each cohort, where students in that cohort feel free to meet with and discuss issues related to the student's performance and well-being
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    • School Chaplain whose primary role in the school is to spread the good news and lead the school spiritual and Religious education Teams and provides opportunities for spiritual and faith development of our students and staff, conducts mass on regular bases for the whole school community.

    At St Narsai Christian College:

    • We proudly affiliate with the Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East
    • We work in partnership with parents and caregivers of our students
    • We expect full parental/caregivers support of our policies and procedures
    • Parents and Caregivers are primarily responsible for their children's well-being and behavior
    • We welcome all parents to attend our school functions such as school mass, P&F meetings, and school carnivals
    • We expect and it essential that all parents actively supervise their children at home
    • Parents are expected to use filters and other devices to control their children's usage of devices such as mobile phones, iPods, and computers

    At St Narsai Assyrian Christian College:

    • We do not tolerate bullying of any kind in our school
    • We do not tolerate student behaviors that are disrespectful to teachers and staff or each other
    • We do not tolerate students who use technology to cyberbully others or spread inappropriate messages about other students or staff
    • We do not tolerate foul language and swear words used in the classroom or on school grounds
    • We do not tolerate interruptive behavior in the classroom,
    • Most of the above information is also in junior and senior diaries, where students should be familiar.

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    Address: St. Narsai Assyrian Christian College, 217 Horsley Road, Horsley Park, New South Wales, NSW 2175, Australia



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