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  • Thomas Hassall Anglican College


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    Thomas Hassall Anglican College

    Founding year: 2000
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 1
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Mr. Ross Whelan (Principal)
    Number of staff: 0

    Welcome to the Thomas Hassall Anglican College website. The College is named after Reverend Thomas Hassall, one of the great pioneers of education in New South Wales. We are strategically located on 24 acres in Middleton Grange in Sydney's emerging South West. Learning occurs in modern buildings, and the College has a wide range of specialist facilities and resources. Our College is registered and accredited with the Board of Studies and is committed to achieving quality learning outcomes.

    Our College was established in 2000 and has experienced strong growth with a current student population of over 1600 in Prep-Year 12. Our ethos is both Christian and Anglican. The College operates under the umbrella of the (Sydney) Anglican Schools Corporation. Through prudent management, the College has maintained a fee level that is accessible to as many families as possible. We describe ourselves as a learning community because we believe that we are all learners, teachers, students, and parents learning from and with each other. We describe ourselves as a community in which parents, teachers, and support staff work in partnership to advance the students' learning and growth.

    Our mission is creating a vibrant learning community in which each student is valued, high standards of character, behavior, and relationships are set, and Christ is honored. Our vision is 'Growing and Nurturing Excellence, Wisdom, and Service'. Our mission learning to Live Living to Serve Honouring Christ' remains constant. Our motto is 'A More Excellent Way. To achieve our mission and vision, we will continue to develop and grow leaders in our College community. We believe that leaders are required to:

    • Challenge the process by facilitating change that moves towards opportunities.
    • Inspire a shared vision by committing and engaging others.
    • Enable others to act by building trust that leads to serving others.
    • Model the way by establishing unity through setting an example.
    • Encourage the heart by acknowledging success and celebrating it.

    The College operates under the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation as an Anglican College within the Diocese of Sydney. Our programs, curriculum, approach to pastoral care, and discipline are informed and underpinned by the values, principles, and truths contained in the Bible. What we believe is what influences what we do.

    Our ethos is, therefore, both Christian and Anglican. Our Christian Studies Program, which is taught from Prep to Year 12, is designed to help students understand Christianity so that as they mature, they can make an informed assessment of its relevance to their life. All members of the staff are personally committed to living by the beliefs and principles contained in the following statement:

    • The fundamental truths of Christianity are contained in the Bible.
    • The Bible declares that there is one God in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
    • The purpose of the Bible is to bring people to salvation by trusting in Jesus Christ and to teach people the right way to live so that they may be thoroughly equipped for every good thing that God wants them to do.
    • Jesus Christ was in very nature God, was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary, was crucified, dead and buried. He rose again on the third day and will one day come again to judge the living and the dead.
    • Only by faith in Jesus Christ can people be saved from the consequences of their sin, have the assurance of forgiveness, the Holy Spirit's presence in their lives, and eternal life.
    Address: Thomas Hassall Anglican College, Kingsford Smith Ave, Middleton Grange , New South Wales, NSW 2171, Australia

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