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  1. At the Plettenberg Bay Christian School, we encourage character and individualized learning as a Divine Mandate. Diagnostic testing assures that every student finds that place that maximizes learning. Our vision is to become a College of Christian Education from pre-school to post-school developing Godly character in tomorrow’s leaders. Developing responsible life-long learners of Character to positively impact their communities with a Biblical World-View. We believe now more than ever that the individualized learning methodology of ACE (which has stood the test of time) is indeed an effective tool in equipping students to fulfill their calling. Our students have once again received great reports from both University and the professional domain and we are delighted at their success. True Christian education is not a negative thing it is not a matter of isolating the student from the full scope of knowledge. Isolating the student from large sections of human knowledge is not the basis of Christian education. Rather it is giving him or her the framework for total truth, rooted in the Creator’s existence and the Bible’s teaching so that in each step of the formal learning process the student will understand what is true and what is false and why it is true or false. It is not isolating students from human knowledge. It is giving the tools in the opening the doors to all human knowledge, in the Christian framework so they will know what is truth and what is untruth, so they can keep learning as long as they live, and they can enjoy, they can enjoy, the whole wrestling through the field after field of knowledge. At A.C.E., our purpose in providing educational materials goes beyond simply helping students learn the academics required to enter college or get a good job. We desire to build in students a lifelong burning passion to learn and grow spiritually. It is one thing to want children to be successful and quite another to provide the academic and character training to ensure this accomplishment. Godly character training is part of the A.C.E. learning experience, and it prepares students to welcome and accept challenges and future opportunities. Sixty character traits, such as kindness, loyalty, and honesty, are taught within the curriculum. Students can observe character development in the true-to-life character strips and then apply the Godly character lessons to their own lives. Challenging and highly effective, the A.C.E. program is an extraordinary educational approach, Biblical in its core, that prepares students for tomorrow’s world while giving them traditional moral values that will last a lifetime. The curriculum conveys Biblical values and concepts considered foundational to meaningful interpersonal relationships and productive learning in such a way as to become life-shaping influences. View full school
  2. At the Plettenberg Bay Christian School, we encourage character and individualized learning as a Divine Mandate. Diagnostic testing assures that every student finds that place that maximizes learning. Our vision is to become a College of Christian Education from pre-school to post-school developing Godly character in tomorrow’s leaders. Developing responsible life-long learners of Character to positively impact their communities with a Biblical World-View. We believe now more than ever that the individualized learning methodology of ACE (which has stood the test of time) is indeed an effective tool in equipping students to fulfill their calling. Our students have once again received great reports from both University and the professional domain and we are delighted at their success. True Christian education is not a negative thing it is not a matter of isolating the student from the full scope of knowledge. Isolating the student from large sections of human knowledge is not the basis of Christian education. Rather it is giving him or her the framework for total truth, rooted in the Creator’s existence and the Bible’s teaching so that in each step of the formal learning process the student will understand what is true and what is false and why it is true or false. It is not isolating students from human knowledge. It is giving the tools in the opening the doors to all human knowledge, in the Christian framework so they will know what is truth and what is untruth, so they can keep learning as long as they live, and they can enjoy, they can enjoy, the whole wrestling through the field after field of knowledge. At A.C.E., our purpose in providing educational materials goes beyond simply helping students learn the academics required to enter college or get a good job. We desire to build in students a lifelong burning passion to learn and grow spiritually. It is one thing to want children to be successful and quite another to provide the academic and character training to ensure this accomplishment. Godly character training is part of the A.C.E. learning experience, and it prepares students to welcome and accept challenges and future opportunities. Sixty character traits, such as kindness, loyalty, and honesty, are taught within the curriculum. Students can observe character development in the true-to-life character strips and then apply the Godly character lessons to their own lives. Challenging and highly effective, the A.C.E. program is an extraordinary educational approach, Biblical in its core, that prepares students for tomorrow’s world while giving them traditional moral values that will last a lifetime. The curriculum conveys Biblical values and concepts considered foundational to meaningful interpersonal relationships and productive learning in such a way as to become life-shaping influences.
  3. Welcome to the International Christian School of Uijeongbu (ICSU). We have been serving the Uijeongbu community for the last 35 years and are excited to continue to strengthen our educational program to prepare students for their life and career beyond their time with us. The International Christian School Uijeongbu (ICSU) is an international school on the northern edge of the Seoul metropolitan area that is part of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS). We are a Christian school, following the commands of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our school uses an American curriculum and all instruction is done in English. For our high school students, AP (Advanced Placement) classes are available, which can give college credit at universities across the United States. Our mission is to provide an education that will enable the student to be a productive, responsible citizen with a Biblical worldview. Education, being the pursuit of truth, is provided in the context that Jesus Christ is the absolute truth. The philosophy of International Christian School Uijeongbu (ICSU) is based on a Christ-centered view that Jesus Christ is the source of all truth. ICSU deems itself responsible for the spiritual, mental, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of each student while attending ICSU. The word of God will permeate all activities and agendas as the school aims to integrate the Bible throughout the total curriculum. Christ touched lives collectively and individually as He modeled a caring and effective teaching style, thus effective teaching begins with offering unconditional love for each child and continues through positive teacher-student relationships. It is the purpose of ICSU to provide a distinctly Christian academic environment for its students and to train young people to function in the world as discerning Christian citizens. We believe a discerning Christian strives for discipline and excellence in all he or she does and that integrity, industry, and faithfulness mark a Christian citizen who fully integrates wisdom, knowledge, and faith.ICSU encourages the promotion of high academic standards while helping students acquire creative and critical thinking skills. The objective of the ICSU instructional program is to enable the student to pursue the post-secondary education of his or her choosing whether it be in a university or the area of vocational or technical training. ICSU is blessed to have students from all corners of the world attend the school. Families are from the United States of America, China, Russia, Japan, India, Philippines, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and many more nations. The rich diversity provides our community a wealth of understanding about the world around them. As a foreign school in South Korea, we are permitted to accept South Korean citizens. Although we are limited, by the Ministry of Education, to accept Korean citizens who have met the minimum number of days living outside of the country for 1095 days -- 3 years. Please contact the front office if you have questions about your child’s status. Students at ICSU have opportunities beyond their academic core classes to further their curiosity, creativity, and enthusiasm for learning through chapels, mission trips, community service, electives, clubs, athletic teams, intramural sports, and many other opportunities. It is the mission of ICSU to utilize technology to enhance the learning process. We are committed to preparing our community of learners to exhibit a Biblical worldview as responsible citizens, maximize productivity, advance communication, promote critical thinking, and foster collaboration by integrating technology. We know that education, being the pursuit of truth, is provided in the context that Jesus Christ is the absolute Truth. Rev. Joe Hale founded Liberty Christian School in 1983. The school was initially founded to meet the needs of several missionary families in the Uijeongbu area. Because of the number of “non-command-sponsored” military children in the area, the school was expanded to include students in Kindergarten through grade twelve. In 1988 a branch school was started in Dongduchon to meet the needs of the students in the Seoul area. In 1990 an elementary school was started in the Namsan area of Seoul, including a branch in Songtan. Yongsan International School of Seoul (YISS) and the sister school in Songtan is now International Christian School Pyeongtaek (ICSP). All three schools cooperate and support each other.ICSU was accepted as a candidate for accreditation in 1988. After an extensive self-study, the school was visited by the accrediting team from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in April 1991. The school received full six-year accreditation in June 1991. A dual ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) self-study was completed during the 1996-1997, 2002-2003, 2008-2009, and 2014-2015 school year. ICS-Uijeongbu is fully accredited until 2021 at which time the school will undergo another complete self-study for continuing accreditation. At ICSU we believe in excellence both on and off the athletic field. God has given us physical and mental abilities which we build upon in our athletic program at ICSU. Our coaches are more than just sportspeople, they are mentors who train our athletes how to compete, persevere, work hard, be a team player and overall bring glory to God. We train our athletes to work hard in everything they do with the understanding that honor and respect are more important than wins and losses. The dual significance of character education and personal growth makes our athletic program an essential component of education at ICSU. View full school
  4. Welcome to the International Christian School of Uijeongbu (ICSU). We have been serving the Uijeongbu community for the last 35 years and are excited to continue to strengthen our educational program to prepare students for their life and career beyond their time with us. The International Christian School Uijeongbu (ICSU) is an international school on the northern edge of the Seoul metropolitan area that is part of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS). We are a Christian school, following the commands of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our school uses an American curriculum and all instruction is done in English. For our high school students, AP (Advanced Placement) classes are available, which can give college credit at universities across the United States. Our mission is to provide an education that will enable the student to be a productive, responsible citizen with a Biblical worldview. Education, being the pursuit of truth, is provided in the context that Jesus Christ is the absolute truth. The philosophy of International Christian School Uijeongbu (ICSU) is based on a Christ-centered view that Jesus Christ is the source of all truth. ICSU deems itself responsible for the spiritual, mental, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of each student while attending ICSU. The word of God will permeate all activities and agendas as the school aims to integrate the Bible throughout the total curriculum. Christ touched lives collectively and individually as He modeled a caring and effective teaching style, thus effective teaching begins with offering unconditional love for each child and continues through positive teacher-student relationships. It is the purpose of ICSU to provide a distinctly Christian academic environment for its students and to train young people to function in the world as discerning Christian citizens. We believe a discerning Christian strives for discipline and excellence in all he or she does and that integrity, industry, and faithfulness mark a Christian citizen who fully integrates wisdom, knowledge, and faith.ICSU encourages the promotion of high academic standards while helping students acquire creative and critical thinking skills. The objective of the ICSU instructional program is to enable the student to pursue the post-secondary education of his or her choosing whether it be in a university or the area of vocational or technical training. ICSU is blessed to have students from all corners of the world attend the school. Families are from the United States of America, China, Russia, Japan, India, Philippines, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and many more nations. The rich diversity provides our community a wealth of understanding about the world around them. As a foreign school in South Korea, we are permitted to accept South Korean citizens. Although we are limited, by the Ministry of Education, to accept Korean citizens who have met the minimum number of days living outside of the country for 1095 days -- 3 years. Please contact the front office if you have questions about your child’s status. Students at ICSU have opportunities beyond their academic core classes to further their curiosity, creativity, and enthusiasm for learning through chapels, mission trips, community service, electives, clubs, athletic teams, intramural sports, and many other opportunities. It is the mission of ICSU to utilize technology to enhance the learning process. We are committed to preparing our community of learners to exhibit a Biblical worldview as responsible citizens, maximize productivity, advance communication, promote critical thinking, and foster collaboration by integrating technology. We know that education, being the pursuit of truth, is provided in the context that Jesus Christ is the absolute Truth. Rev. Joe Hale founded Liberty Christian School in 1983. The school was initially founded to meet the needs of several missionary families in the Uijeongbu area. Because of the number of “non-command-sponsored” military children in the area, the school was expanded to include students in Kindergarten through grade twelve. In 1988 a branch school was started in Dongduchon to meet the needs of the students in the Seoul area. In 1990 an elementary school was started in the Namsan area of Seoul, including a branch in Songtan. Yongsan International School of Seoul (YISS) and the sister school in Songtan is now International Christian School Pyeongtaek (ICSP). All three schools cooperate and support each other.ICSU was accepted as a candidate for accreditation in 1988. After an extensive self-study, the school was visited by the accrediting team from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in April 1991. The school received full six-year accreditation in June 1991. A dual ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) self-study was completed during the 1996-1997, 2002-2003, 2008-2009, and 2014-2015 school year. ICS-Uijeongbu is fully accredited until 2021 at which time the school will undergo another complete self-study for continuing accreditation. At ICSU we believe in excellence both on and off the athletic field. God has given us physical and mental abilities which we build upon in our athletic program at ICSU. Our coaches are more than just sportspeople, they are mentors who train our athletes how to compete, persevere, work hard, be a team player and overall bring glory to God. We train our athletes to work hard in everything they do with the understanding that honor and respect are more important than wins and losses. The dual significance of character education and personal growth makes our athletic program an essential component of education at ICSU.
  5. The mission of Korea International Christian School is to equip our students to become Truly God’s People to impact the world for the kingdom of God. We believe the world was created by the direction of God. Therefore, the meaning of all life and existence can be explained in the context of God’s creation and plan of salvation. In addition, we believe that God has given man the responsibility to rear children, teach his goodness, and have dominion over the earth, sky, and sea by the principles of the Bible. Therefore, the Korea International Christian School educates students with obedience to the authority of the Word of God in all academics and life. All new students must be vaccinated legitimately before enrollment is approved by the Republic of Korea Ministry of Health and must prove their worth on paper. Students at the school can be given the medicine only if prescribed by a physician. However, the school can give students medicine in case of minor illnesses. The ultimate purpose of the Christian education is to make a disciple of Christ. The Bible has given that authority only to church and home. Therefore, Christian education must be carried out by biblically structured churches and Christian homes. The effort of KICS is to educate students to become “Truly God’s People.” Through using the curriculums deeply rooted in a biblical worldview, KICS provides an atmosphere for students to learn to glorify God, be grateful for their salvation, and come to the full realization of their tasks. The classes of KICS are conducted in English using the curriculums from Bob Jones University in the US. KICS raises Christian leaders who work for glorifying God only through biblical textbooks and curriculum from Bob Jones University which is a Christian prestigious university. At this time most of the education in Korea is done by public schools and there are few Christian schools however there is no school that is run by Christian faculty, biblical textbook, and curriculum. These days it is said that children who believe in God do not grow as God’s children and break their belief due to secular education such as humanism and evolution theorem. In America, many people already received education from a traditional Christian school and live life as a Christian. Many people are the leaders of society and live as a disciple of Jesus. Therefore, even in Korea, there should be many Christian schools like KICS that educated truly God’s people. So KICS starts a movement called “717 movements” which is to establish 700 Christian schools, 1 million prayer supporters, and 70 Christian leaders. To spread Christian education and culture through 717 movements, we need many co-workers for this ministry and support by prayer and material. We can not do it by ourselves. We are recruiting 1 million material supporters and 1 million prayer supporters. View full school
  6. The mission of Korea International Christian School is to equip our students to become Truly God’s People to impact the world for the kingdom of God. We believe the world was created by the direction of God. Therefore, the meaning of all life and existence can be explained in the context of God’s creation and plan of salvation. In addition, we believe that God has given man the responsibility to rear children, teach his goodness, and have dominion over the earth, sky, and sea by the principles of the Bible. Therefore, the Korea International Christian School educates students with obedience to the authority of the Word of God in all academics and life. All new students must be vaccinated legitimately before enrollment is approved by the Republic of Korea Ministry of Health and must prove their worth on paper. Students at the school can be given the medicine only if prescribed by a physician. However, the school can give students medicine in case of minor illnesses. The ultimate purpose of the Christian education is to make a disciple of Christ. The Bible has given that authority only to church and home. Therefore, Christian education must be carried out by biblically structured churches and Christian homes. The effort of KICS is to educate students to become “Truly God’s People.” Through using the curriculums deeply rooted in a biblical worldview, KICS provides an atmosphere for students to learn to glorify God, be grateful for their salvation, and come to the full realization of their tasks. The classes of KICS are conducted in English using the curriculums from Bob Jones University in the US. KICS raises Christian leaders who work for glorifying God only through biblical textbooks and curriculum from Bob Jones University which is a Christian prestigious university. At this time most of the education in Korea is done by public schools and there are few Christian schools however there is no school that is run by Christian faculty, biblical textbook, and curriculum. These days it is said that children who believe in God do not grow as God’s children and break their belief due to secular education such as humanism and evolution theorem. In America, many people already received education from a traditional Christian school and live life as a Christian. Many people are the leaders of society and live as a disciple of Jesus. Therefore, even in Korea, there should be many Christian schools like KICS that educated truly God’s people. So KICS starts a movement called “717 movements” which is to establish 700 Christian schools, 1 million prayer supporters, and 70 Christian leaders. To spread Christian education and culture through 717 movements, we need many co-workers for this ministry and support by prayer and material. We can not do it by ourselves. We are recruiting 1 million material supporters and 1 million prayer supporters.
  7. GVCS is a Christian internationalized alternative school based on a Christian worldview, to cultivate global Christian leaders with outstanding spirituality, character, and intelligence. Our GVCS education aims to prepare the students to be able to live a life of faith for the Kingdom of God. GVCS uses English textbooks based on the regular Christian middle and high school curriculum of English-speaking countries for classroom instruction and tests for most subjects except for Korean, History, Taekwondo, Music, Art, and Computer Science. In the Middle school curriculum (7th - 9th), Math and science classes are taught in Korean as students need to learn the basic principles of math and acquire a profound understanding of the concepts in social studies. English classes are conducted by native speakers of English and instructed in English. Students who have difficulty following English-only classes are taught by bilingual teachers and are offered 2 hours of English Language Acquisition classes after school to promote their English skills. In the High school curriculum (10th - 12th grade), a higher number of classes are taught in English, as most classes except for Korean, history, Taekwondo, music, art, and computer science are taught by bilingual teachers or teachers who are native speakers of English. After receiving accreditation from the North Chungcheong Province Ministry of Education as an alternative school, Korean and Korean history have been designated as required classes by the Ministry of Education English, Bible, Taekwondo, and reading have been designated as required classes by the school. Students have a wide variety of electives to be able to select their preferred classes among math, science, social science, music, and art classes, all of which are based on the students’ individual educational goals. In addition, foreign languages (such as Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, and German), Chinese characters, and computer science are offered to allow students to be educated as global leaders. Students can discover and develop their talents early on and share them with others. After-school activities include club activities, music classes (band, classical musical instruments, marching band), art classes (creating portfolios for prospective art majors), TOEFL/SAT classes, intensive Taekwondo classes, and school sports (basketball, volleyball, soccer). In addition, all GVCS students are encouraged to play one musical instrument and participate in one sport activity. Students have the opportunity to study with subject teachers or peers after class to increase their skills. The intensive English Language Acquisition class is offered daily for 2 hours to help students with their English language competency. ELA classes are directed towards those students who have difficulties understanding English in the regular class environment. The Christian spiritual education aspires to train Christian leaders who obey the calling of God and serve in the process of Korea’s unification and the prosperity of the world. Solomon Hall houses classrooms, the administration, and the nurse office where students can go when they feel sick James Hall and Crown Hall house the art room where various art activities take place, science rooms, and a gymnasium on the second floor where Taekwondo classes and graduation ceremonies are held. There is a Taekwondo studio in the basement of David Hall where Taekwondo classes and demonstration team practices are held. The ELA classrooms, library, and music practice rooms are located on floors 1 through 4. Each practice room is equipped with a piano and, depending on the size of the room, additional instruments such as guitars, drums, etc., which enables the students to take private lessons. Tyrannus Hall has a cozy gallery, where student works are exhibited, as well as a cafe in the basement. A lab, classrooms, various further offices, and meeting rooms are also located in this building. Convenient facilities are provided and various programs are operated at the community center where students spend most of their time after school. Teachers in charge of resident advising help create a studious atmosphere for students to study themselves and plan various activities on the weekends making beautiful memories to cherish with the students. The international relations team of Global Vision Christian School aims to be a medium of helping to raise global leaders who will lead 10 billion people in the world. Therefore, we continuously advance to offer our students the best after-school and vacation programs that hone their talents and enable them not only to see the world but to gain international experience. Living in a ubiquitous era, it is of great significance to educate students to look outside the box, comprehend international relations and be able to adapt to the international world. The main part of our work lies in cooperating with schools around the world, sharing in the belief of providing the best education to all students. It is the educational philosophy of GVCS for students to overcome cultural, racial, and linguistic boundaries. All students are raised to become global leaders and as such are encouraged to go beyond their familiar surroundings. Therefore, we offer our students the opportunity to study either at our campus in Pennsylvania or attend one of our sister schools in the USA. View full school
  8. GVCS is a Christian internationalized alternative school based on a Christian worldview, to cultivate global Christian leaders with outstanding spirituality, character, and intelligence. Our GVCS education aims to prepare the students to be able to live a life of faith for the Kingdom of God. GVCS uses English textbooks based on the regular Christian middle and high school curriculum of English-speaking countries for classroom instruction and tests for most subjects except for Korean, History, Taekwondo, Music, Art, and Computer Science. In the Middle school curriculum (7th - 9th), Math and science classes are taught in Korean as students need to learn the basic principles of math and acquire a profound understanding of the concepts in social studies. English classes are conducted by native speakers of English and instructed in English. Students who have difficulty following English-only classes are taught by bilingual teachers and are offered 2 hours of English Language Acquisition classes after school to promote their English skills. In the High school curriculum (10th - 12th grade), a higher number of classes are taught in English, as most classes except for Korean, history, Taekwondo, music, art, and computer science are taught by bilingual teachers or teachers who are native speakers of English. After receiving accreditation from the North Chungcheong Province Ministry of Education as an alternative school, Korean and Korean history have been designated as required classes by the Ministry of Education English, Bible, Taekwondo, and reading have been designated as required classes by the school. Students have a wide variety of electives to be able to select their preferred classes among math, science, social science, music, and art classes, all of which are based on the students’ individual educational goals. In addition, foreign languages (such as Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, and German), Chinese characters, and computer science are offered to allow students to be educated as global leaders. Students can discover and develop their talents early on and share them with others. After-school activities include club activities, music classes (band, classical musical instruments, marching band), art classes (creating portfolios for prospective art majors), TOEFL/SAT classes, intensive Taekwondo classes, and school sports (basketball, volleyball, soccer). In addition, all GVCS students are encouraged to play one musical instrument and participate in one sport activity. Students have the opportunity to study with subject teachers or peers after class to increase their skills. The intensive English Language Acquisition class is offered daily for 2 hours to help students with their English language competency. ELA classes are directed towards those students who have difficulties understanding English in the regular class environment. The Christian spiritual education aspires to train Christian leaders who obey the calling of God and serve in the process of Korea’s unification and the prosperity of the world. Solomon Hall houses classrooms, the administration, and the nurse office where students can go when they feel sick James Hall and Crown Hall house the art room where various art activities take place, science rooms, and a gymnasium on the second floor where Taekwondo classes and graduation ceremonies are held. There is a Taekwondo studio in the basement of David Hall where Taekwondo classes and demonstration team practices are held. The ELA classrooms, library, and music practice rooms are located on floors 1 through 4. Each practice room is equipped with a piano and, depending on the size of the room, additional instruments such as guitars, drums, etc., which enables the students to take private lessons. Tyrannus Hall has a cozy gallery, where student works are exhibited, as well as a cafe in the basement. A lab, classrooms, various further offices, and meeting rooms are also located in this building. Convenient facilities are provided and various programs are operated at the community center where students spend most of their time after school. Teachers in charge of resident advising help create a studious atmosphere for students to study themselves and plan various activities on the weekends making beautiful memories to cherish with the students. The international relations team of Global Vision Christian School aims to be a medium of helping to raise global leaders who will lead 10 billion people in the world. Therefore, we continuously advance to offer our students the best after-school and vacation programs that hone their talents and enable them not only to see the world but to gain international experience. Living in a ubiquitous era, it is of great significance to educate students to look outside the box, comprehend international relations and be able to adapt to the international world. The main part of our work lies in cooperating with schools around the world, sharing in the belief of providing the best education to all students. It is the educational philosophy of GVCS for students to overcome cultural, racial, and linguistic boundaries. All students are raised to become global leaders and as such are encouraged to go beyond their familiar surroundings. Therefore, we offer our students the opportunity to study either at our campus in Pennsylvania or attend one of our sister schools in the USA.
  9. Manukau Christian School was established in 1987 in Great South Road, Manurewa, with a small core group of students and was known as St Andrew's Christian School. Mr. Ross Thompson, the pastor of the St Andrew's Presbyterian Church at the time, was pivotal in setting up the school. Along with parents who sought to be faithful and obedient to the Lord and who wanted an education for their children that was consistent in all aspects with the Christian faith, our school was born. Our founding principal, Mr. Shane Kennedy was employed from 1992 until 2017. He was a parent member of the school's founding committee in 1987. The school has grown and flourished over the subsequent years. In 2005 we relocated to our new site at Rogers Road and became known as Manukau Christian School. This name reflects our geographical location and the large area that comprises our school community. The school is a private, non-denominational Christian school, originally catering for pupils from Year 1 to Year 8, extending to Year 9 in 2015, Year 10 in 2016, Year 11 in 2017, Year 12 in 2018, and Year 13 in 2019. The school has a strong and well-established reputation for teaching core subjects thoroughly and comprehensively. We focus upon establishing a foundation of learning and knowledge that will enable children to excel later at senior and tertiary schools. We measure our children against international benchmarks assets in the Cambridge Checkpoint system to ensure that our pupils are benefiting from "best practice" educational standards and processes. Manukau Christian School is a private Cambridge International school enrolling primary students in Years 1 to 6, emerging adolescents in Years 7 to 10, and senior students in Years 11 to 13. Parents, when a child starts school, you want them to have the same care, attention, and love they would enjoy at home. You want your child to be the best he or she can be. Our team of dedicated teachers and staff relish the opportunity to help each child to discover their gifts, to nurture them, and to encourage them in their God-given abilities - to be the best they can be! Teaching the Cambridge curriculum from a uniquely biblical worldview sets patterns in place, both spiritually and academically. These patterns and habits form them as people and this sets them up for life. This 6-minute clip Why Ignorance is Not Bliss is a justification for a knowledge-based education system researcher by Briar Lipson. Christian teachers love and care for your children and seek to inspire your child to aspire to live by Christian values. We encourage your child to develop a servant heart: looking outward rather than inward, thereby developing leadership and initiative. We expect the best from your child and we strive to achieve the best for your child as teachers. We endeavor to put Christ at the center of all, by teaching all subject areas through a biblical lens. We aim to assist parents in the education of their children by providing an environment where academic excellence, godly character, and servant leadership are developed by biblical truths and principles. Manukau Christian School is an independent private school, not to be confused with a state-integrated or a state school. Therefore, as a private school, we can implement our Christian curriculum in conjunction with Cambridge Assessment International Education. This gives your child an internationally recognized benchmark at the Primary, Middle, and Senior levels. Cambridge International Examinations have been adopted by an increasing number of secondary schools in New Zealand. The Cambridge curriculum is adapted to our New Zealand context and content. This means that your child will be well equipped to excel at all levels and in particular gain excellent preparation for tertiary education. A leaflet for parents and students explaining the benefits of a Cambridge education is available. Each child is unique and courses are designed to be responsive to each child's individual needs. The individual focus upon each child, however, takes place within the context of a comprehensive integrated curriculum. Each year presupposes and builds upon the knowledge gained in the preceding year. The curriculum is well-structured and focuses on core subjects which provide essential tools for learning across disciplines. We believe that we are responsible to impart a foundation and framework to children that will enable them to keep growing and learning for the rest of their lives. Therefore, we focus particularly upon the core subject areas which are essential to all other learning. The most important core areas of learning are subjects related to language and numbers. Children must start early to build a quality foundation for learning. There is a strong and growing interest for students at senior levels to qualify under the internationally recognized Cambridge International Examination system. To do well at Cambridge exams in later school years, a robust educational and scholastic foundation must be laid in the early years. By harnessing the Cambridge curriculum and by using the Cambridge Checkpoint system at primary levels, we can offer a comprehensive preparatory education for pupils to excel at Cambridge International Examinations. View full school
  10. Manukau Christian School was established in 1987 in Great South Road, Manurewa, with a small core group of students and was known as St Andrew's Christian School. Mr. Ross Thompson, the pastor of the St Andrew's Presbyterian Church at the time, was pivotal in setting up the school. Along with parents who sought to be faithful and obedient to the Lord and who wanted an education for their children that was consistent in all aspects with the Christian faith, our school was born. Our founding principal, Mr. Shane Kennedy was employed from 1992 until 2017. He was a parent member of the school's founding committee in 1987. The school has grown and flourished over the subsequent years. In 2005 we relocated to our new site at Rogers Road and became known as Manukau Christian School. This name reflects our geographical location and the large area that comprises our school community. The school is a private, non-denominational Christian school, originally catering for pupils from Year 1 to Year 8, extending to Year 9 in 2015, Year 10 in 2016, Year 11 in 2017, Year 12 in 2018, and Year 13 in 2019. The school has a strong and well-established reputation for teaching core subjects thoroughly and comprehensively. We focus upon establishing a foundation of learning and knowledge that will enable children to excel later at senior and tertiary schools. We measure our children against international benchmarks assets in the Cambridge Checkpoint system to ensure that our pupils are benefiting from "best practice" educational standards and processes. Manukau Christian School is a private Cambridge International school enrolling primary students in Years 1 to 6, emerging adolescents in Years 7 to 10, and senior students in Years 11 to 13. Parents, when a child starts school, you want them to have the same care, attention, and love they would enjoy at home. You want your child to be the best he or she can be. Our team of dedicated teachers and staff relish the opportunity to help each child to discover their gifts, to nurture them, and to encourage them in their God-given abilities - to be the best they can be! Teaching the Cambridge curriculum from a uniquely biblical worldview sets patterns in place, both spiritually and academically. These patterns and habits form them as people and this sets them up for life. This 6-minute clip Why Ignorance is Not Bliss is a justification for a knowledge-based education system researcher by Briar Lipson. Christian teachers love and care for your children and seek to inspire your child to aspire to live by Christian values. We encourage your child to develop a servant heart: looking outward rather than inward, thereby developing leadership and initiative. We expect the best from your child and we strive to achieve the best for your child as teachers. We endeavor to put Christ at the center of all, by teaching all subject areas through a biblical lens. We aim to assist parents in the education of their children by providing an environment where academic excellence, godly character, and servant leadership are developed by biblical truths and principles. Manukau Christian School is an independent private school, not to be confused with a state-integrated or a state school. Therefore, as a private school, we can implement our Christian curriculum in conjunction with Cambridge Assessment International Education. This gives your child an internationally recognized benchmark at the Primary, Middle, and Senior levels. Cambridge International Examinations have been adopted by an increasing number of secondary schools in New Zealand. The Cambridge curriculum is adapted to our New Zealand context and content. This means that your child will be well equipped to excel at all levels and in particular gain excellent preparation for tertiary education. A leaflet for parents and students explaining the benefits of a Cambridge education is available. Each child is unique and courses are designed to be responsive to each child's individual needs. The individual focus upon each child, however, takes place within the context of a comprehensive integrated curriculum. Each year presupposes and builds upon the knowledge gained in the preceding year. The curriculum is well-structured and focuses on core subjects which provide essential tools for learning across disciplines. We believe that we are responsible to impart a foundation and framework to children that will enable them to keep growing and learning for the rest of their lives. Therefore, we focus particularly upon the core subject areas which are essential to all other learning. The most important core areas of learning are subjects related to language and numbers. Children must start early to build a quality foundation for learning. There is a strong and growing interest for students at senior levels to qualify under the internationally recognized Cambridge International Examination system. To do well at Cambridge exams in later school years, a robust educational and scholastic foundation must be laid in the early years. By harnessing the Cambridge curriculum and by using the Cambridge Checkpoint system at primary levels, we can offer a comprehensive preparatory education for pupils to excel at Cambridge International Examinations.
  11. Pukekohe Christian School caters to students from Years 1-13, offering a Christian-based education following the Internationally acclaimed Cambridge curriculum, renowned for its rigorous, high standards. Students of all academic abilities are welcomed at PCS and are nurtured within the Christian family atmosphere of the school. Our parent community enjoys regular involvement in school activities.PCS provides an environment that celebrates and encourages success in all areas. We aim to work with parents to produce young men and women with strong Christian values, a sense of integrity, and a lifelong love of learning. Pukekohe Christian School follows the Cambridge International Curriculum from Year 1-13. The Primary Programme develops English, Mathematics, and Science skills, preparing students for Secondary Education. It is a step-by-step program, providing learning objectives for each level and progression tests to assess student progress. Other subjects such as History, Physical Education, I.T., and Art are taught alongside the Cambridge Curriculum. From Year 7, students study a broad curriculum of subjects in preparation for Checkpoint (Year 9), IGCSE (Year 11), AS (Year 12), and A-Level (Year 13) examinations. This includes Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, English Literature and Language, Mathematics, Accounting, Business Studies, Art and Design, Technology, Divinity, Health and P.E., Geography, History, and ICT. The Cambridge curriculum is flexible and works well with the special character of the school. One of the outstanding aspects of PCS is the sense of community. Within the school, older students are encouraged to help and support the younger children in developing strong bonds and a raft of leadership opportunities. Parents also form an integral part of the PCS community supporting the school with camps, Duke of Edinburgh tramps, sporting events, Pet Day, Gala, Cultural day, educational trips, and a wide range of other activities within the school year. All families in our community are united in creating a secure and nurturing environment where students can achieve their full potential in an atmosphere of respect, integrity, and honor. The PCS staff are led by our Principal, Mrs. Clare Humber. The Senior Management team includes Mrs. Jackie Phillips (Primary), Mrs. Monica Fourie (Secondary), and Mrs. Bendi van der Merwe (Secondary). All of our teachers provide each student with the highest standard of education and students from Years 7-13 are taught by specialists in each subject. Regular Professional Development ensures that all staff continues to enhance and fine-tune their skills. Our staff is committed to the overall well-being of each student, not just his or her academic achievement. All PCS teachers have committed Christians and are able to uphold the strong values of the school working with students to create an atmosphere of tolerance, respect, and integrity. View full school
  12. Pukekohe Christian School caters to students from Years 1-13, offering a Christian-based education following the Internationally acclaimed Cambridge curriculum, renowned for its rigorous, high standards. Students of all academic abilities are welcomed at PCS and are nurtured within the Christian family atmosphere of the school. Our parent community enjoys regular involvement in school activities.PCS provides an environment that celebrates and encourages success in all areas. We aim to work with parents to produce young men and women with strong Christian values, a sense of integrity, and a lifelong love of learning. Pukekohe Christian School follows the Cambridge International Curriculum from Year 1-13. The Primary Programme develops English, Mathematics, and Science skills, preparing students for Secondary Education. It is a step-by-step program, providing learning objectives for each level and progression tests to assess student progress. Other subjects such as History, Physical Education, I.T., and Art are taught alongside the Cambridge Curriculum. From Year 7, students study a broad curriculum of subjects in preparation for Checkpoint (Year 9), IGCSE (Year 11), AS (Year 12), and A-Level (Year 13) examinations. This includes Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, English Literature and Language, Mathematics, Accounting, Business Studies, Art and Design, Technology, Divinity, Health and P.E., Geography, History, and ICT. The Cambridge curriculum is flexible and works well with the special character of the school. One of the outstanding aspects of PCS is the sense of community. Within the school, older students are encouraged to help and support the younger children in developing strong bonds and a raft of leadership opportunities. Parents also form an integral part of the PCS community supporting the school with camps, Duke of Edinburgh tramps, sporting events, Pet Day, Gala, Cultural day, educational trips, and a wide range of other activities within the school year. All families in our community are united in creating a secure and nurturing environment where students can achieve their full potential in an atmosphere of respect, integrity, and honor. The PCS staff are led by our Principal, Mrs. Clare Humber. The Senior Management team includes Mrs. Jackie Phillips (Primary), Mrs. Monica Fourie (Secondary), and Mrs. Bendi van der Merwe (Secondary). All of our teachers provide each student with the highest standard of education and students from Years 7-13 are taught by specialists in each subject. Regular Professional Development ensures that all staff continues to enhance and fine-tune their skills. Our staff is committed to the overall well-being of each student, not just his or her academic achievement. All PCS teachers have committed Christians and are able to uphold the strong values of the school working with students to create an atmosphere of tolerance, respect, and integrity.
  13. Tyndale Park Christian School is an Independent school, located in Flat Bush, near Manukau City Central, and comprises over two hectares of land, with pockets of native bush, which have been developed to include modern classrooms, sealed courts, a sports field, and an adventure playground. At the moment, the school is undergoing development of its land which will provide a significant increase in playing fields. However, for the remainder of this year, we will likely face some restrictions in our playing areas, while this work is being completed. Our school has no zoning restrictions*, and children attend from a wide area of southeast Auckland. Children can enjoy some of the native bush areas and the abundant birdlife which includes tuis, wood-pigeons, and rosellas. Facilities provided include Home Economics & Technicraft Rooms, Art Room, IT Room, Library and a multi-purpose Hall. The Primary School years are a time of excitement, growth, and learning! The horizons of each child's world expand day by day. At school, there should be a combination of joy and challenge in learning, so that each child grows to maturity in knowledge and skill. The Primary courses lay stress on soundly teaching basic skills and knowledge. Children are schooled in good work habits and the value of meeting standards of excellence. At the same time as we lay a foundation in the basics we extend children's studies across the breadth of God's world in which they live. "The Earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof the world, and all that dwell therein." (Psalm 24:1) Children need to be brought to know and to wonder about an ever-increasing expanse of what God has entrusted to us. Bible, English, Mathematics, Science, and Culture form the core of the curriculum with Art, Music, and Physical Care for all students. In Science, children study God's creation and how Man is to fulfill the creation mandate to exercise dominion over creation as God's stewards. It includes training in the basic practical skills used in research. Science Projects form part of the course work for Year 7 & 8 students each year. They participate in our Annual School Science Fair and winners have the chance to enter the regional Manukau Science Fair also. Pupils are introduced to a Foreign language, either French, Portuguese or German. The aim is to develop an appreciation and a basic understanding of the language. In Technology, pupils are instructed in subjects such as cooking, technocrats/tech drawing, and sewing. The secondary school curriculum is divided into two phases: Year 9 & 10 pupils continue the same basic course as in our primary and intermediate classes, with the addition of a one-hour, daily session utilizing the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) material. We aim to lay a solid foundation of knowledge and skill to equip pupils with sound work skills and habits that are essential for senior students and those beginning work. Students also complete the 'International Computer Driver's Licence' course this is a 6-module, online, a foundational course covering all aspects of computers including software and hardware. Year 11 to 13 students work predominantly with the A.C.E. materials which are recognized by all NZ Universities and other tertiary education providers throughout the world. In addition, students participate in supplementary courses in subjects such as art, craft, and design. Since 1981, Tyndale Park Christian School has been providing ... Independent, Christ-centered education for students from New Entrant to Year 13 A commitment to teaching the truth and virtues communicated to us by God's Word support for the faith and practice of the Christian home and church Teachers committed to Christian Education A proven new entrant program based on phonics, that enables students, appropriate to their age and developmental level, to decode text independently and fluently, write sentences, and do basic addition and subtraction A personalized, mastery-based high school program A Level 3 Certificate accepted by Auckland University and other major NZ universities Regular, honest reporting of students' progress Nurture and development of the whole person (mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially) An open enrolment policy, i.e. applications for enrolment are accepted for all children regardless of their cultural or religious background. View full school
  14. Tyndale Park Christian School is an Independent school, located in Flat Bush, near Manukau City Central, and comprises over two hectares of land, with pockets of native bush, which have been developed to include modern classrooms, sealed courts, a sports field, and an adventure playground. At the moment, the school is undergoing development of its land which will provide a significant increase in playing fields. However, for the remainder of this year, we will likely face some restrictions in our playing areas, while this work is being completed. Our school has no zoning restrictions*, and children attend from a wide area of southeast Auckland. Children can enjoy some of the native bush areas and the abundant birdlife which includes tuis, wood-pigeons, and rosellas. Facilities provided include Home Economics & Technicraft Rooms, Art Room, IT Room, Library and a multi-purpose Hall. The Primary School years are a time of excitement, growth, and learning! The horizons of each child's world expand day by day. At school, there should be a combination of joy and challenge in learning, so that each child grows to maturity in knowledge and skill. The Primary courses lay stress on soundly teaching basic skills and knowledge. Children are schooled in good work habits and the value of meeting standards of excellence. At the same time as we lay a foundation in the basics we extend children's studies across the breadth of God's world in which they live. "The Earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof the world, and all that dwell therein." (Psalm 24:1) Children need to be brought to know and to wonder about an ever-increasing expanse of what God has entrusted to us. Bible, English, Mathematics, Science, and Culture form the core of the curriculum with Art, Music, and Physical Care for all students. In Science, children study God's creation and how Man is to fulfill the creation mandate to exercise dominion over creation as God's stewards. It includes training in the basic practical skills used in research. Science Projects form part of the course work for Year 7 & 8 students each year. They participate in our Annual School Science Fair and winners have the chance to enter the regional Manukau Science Fair also. Pupils are introduced to a Foreign language, either French, Portuguese or German. The aim is to develop an appreciation and a basic understanding of the language. In Technology, pupils are instructed in subjects such as cooking, technocrats/tech drawing, and sewing. The secondary school curriculum is divided into two phases: Year 9 & 10 pupils continue the same basic course as in our primary and intermediate classes, with the addition of a one-hour, daily session utilizing the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) material. We aim to lay a solid foundation of knowledge and skill to equip pupils with sound work skills and habits that are essential for senior students and those beginning work. Students also complete the 'International Computer Driver's Licence' course this is a 6-module, online, a foundational course covering all aspects of computers including software and hardware. Year 11 to 13 students work predominantly with the A.C.E. materials which are recognized by all NZ Universities and other tertiary education providers throughout the world. In addition, students participate in supplementary courses in subjects such as art, craft, and design. Since 1981, Tyndale Park Christian School has been providing ... Independent, Christ-centered education for students from New Entrant to Year 13 A commitment to teaching the truth and virtues communicated to us by God's Word support for the faith and practice of the Christian home and church Teachers committed to Christian Education A proven new entrant program based on phonics, that enables students, appropriate to their age and developmental level, to decode text independently and fluently, write sentences, and do basic addition and subtraction A personalized, mastery-based high school program A Level 3 Certificate accepted by Auckland University and other major NZ universities Regular, honest reporting of students' progress Nurture and development of the whole person (mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially) An open enrolment policy, i.e. applications for enrolment are accepted for all children regardless of their cultural or religious background.
  15. CTI is dedicated to the service of the education of youth, through the academic, spiritual, and cultural wellbeing of its students. CTI offers students a challenging curriculum to meet the demands of society. CTI students are prepared to excel, develop leadership skills, and eventually become active, responsible citizens. CTI emphasizes academic excellence, character building, cultural awareness, and critical thinking. The CTI vision is for students to leave school with profound spiritual values, a solid academic foundation, wide cultural knowledge, and noteworthy leadership skills. CTI fosters a high level of education, creativity, critical thinking, self-esteem, and Godliness. CTI aims to produce men and women with high goals, and a sense of civic and moral responsibility. The Christian Teaching Institute (CTI) is a private educational organization that was founded by Mr. Emile Moacdieh in 1960. Mr. Moacdieh had a vision of a school that offers a solid education in mathematics, the sciences, the languages, and the humanities, but that is also strongly grounded in the Christian faith. His vision was to provide students excellence in moral upbringing, culture, and the liberal arts. Our Kindergarten program is a hands-on program with a focus on discovery, awareness, language instruction, mathematical concepts, and social skills. The students study three languages, English French and Arabic. The curriculum is eclectic, based on American, French, and local Lebanese. Science is offered in English, with American - curricula. Currently, we are using ebooks in most of our elementary programs. Science is supplemented by lab sessions. Mathematics is also offered in English and it tends to be advanced American and/or Lebanese programs. French is in coordination with the French Cultural Center, and we prepare our students for the DELF in the intermediate classes. The Arabic language follows what we believe to be the best offered locally, with special Arabic provisions for non-Lebanese students. Our curriculum also includes Bible, drama, art, music, and more. These classes prepare students for college and the official terminal exams. The program is accelerated Lebanese, with emphasis on mathematics, the sciences, and the three languages. There are also lots of co-curricular subjects, involving cultural studies, drama, lab, Bible, philosophy, and more. There are special HS programs for non– Lebanese students. Our students sit for the official governmental exams (Lebanese students only), the SAT exams, and special DELF French exams in coordination with the French Cultural Center. Most activities at the CTI are included in the mainstream curriculum. Thus students get to act in drama productions, or work in the lab, or get involved in sports tournaments, or use the computers, or peruse books in the library, or join competitions, or give free rein to creative output. There are also clubs and teams that students can join. Extracurricular activities are many, involving sports, scouts, artistic activities, special projects, and more. We even organize yearly school trips for our students to Europe. At the beginning of the school year, parents will be informed of the offerings currently available for the year. Students have the choice of many activities after school hours. By the 1970s the school had outgrown its premises. In 1970 a new school was built in Horsh Tabet, Sin el Fil, in what was then a completely woodland area. At that time, the school consisted of two inter-connecting blocks. The third block was built in the 1980s. The second half of the 1970’s decade witnessed the beginning of a difficult time for the Lebanese, due to a painful civil war. By God’s grace, the school went on with its mission. In the second decade of the twenty-first century, we are happy that our students practically all pass the official exams, they get excellent grades in SATs and the DELF, and they are accepted to their universities of choice. The school is “a busy school”, as one visiting professor commented, and there are always educational activities, events, and projects accompanying learning. Do not let disappointment lead to failure. Our great Gibran Khalil Gibran once prepared for four years for a major painting exhibition. He rented a special gallery for that purpose and displayed his four years of work there. Before the opening, there was a fire in the gallery. It burned down and Gibran’s paintings were all gone. Instead of dejection and loss of hope, Gibran declared that he would paint other paintings that were even better. A few years later his exhibition was held. Faith. Patience. Persistence. Keep these in mind and victory will be yours. “Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, let your mind dwell on these things. The things you have learned and received and heard and seen practice these things and the God of peace shall be with you. View full school
  16. CTI is dedicated to the service of the education of youth, through the academic, spiritual, and cultural wellbeing of its students. CTI offers students a challenging curriculum to meet the demands of society. CTI students are prepared to excel, develop leadership skills, and eventually become active, responsible citizens. CTI emphasizes academic excellence, character building, cultural awareness, and critical thinking. The CTI vision is for students to leave school with profound spiritual values, a solid academic foundation, wide cultural knowledge, and noteworthy leadership skills. CTI fosters a high level of education, creativity, critical thinking, self-esteem, and Godliness. CTI aims to produce men and women with high goals, and a sense of civic and moral responsibility. The Christian Teaching Institute (CTI) is a private educational organization that was founded by Mr. Emile Moacdieh in 1960. Mr. Moacdieh had a vision of a school that offers a solid education in mathematics, the sciences, the languages, and the humanities, but that is also strongly grounded in the Christian faith. His vision was to provide students excellence in moral upbringing, culture, and the liberal arts. Our Kindergarten program is a hands-on program with a focus on discovery, awareness, language instruction, mathematical concepts, and social skills. The students study three languages, English French and Arabic. The curriculum is eclectic, based on American, French, and local Lebanese. Science is offered in English, with American - curricula. Currently, we are using ebooks in most of our elementary programs. Science is supplemented by lab sessions. Mathematics is also offered in English and it tends to be advanced American and/or Lebanese programs. French is in coordination with the French Cultural Center, and we prepare our students for the DELF in the intermediate classes. The Arabic language follows what we believe to be the best offered locally, with special Arabic provisions for non-Lebanese students. Our curriculum also includes Bible, drama, art, music, and more. These classes prepare students for college and the official terminal exams. The program is accelerated Lebanese, with emphasis on mathematics, the sciences, and the three languages. There are also lots of co-curricular subjects, involving cultural studies, drama, lab, Bible, philosophy, and more. There are special HS programs for non– Lebanese students. Our students sit for the official governmental exams (Lebanese students only), the SAT exams, and special DELF French exams in coordination with the French Cultural Center. Most activities at the CTI are included in the mainstream curriculum. Thus students get to act in drama productions, or work in the lab, or get involved in sports tournaments, or use the computers, or peruse books in the library, or join competitions, or give free rein to creative output. There are also clubs and teams that students can join. Extracurricular activities are many, involving sports, scouts, artistic activities, special projects, and more. We even organize yearly school trips for our students to Europe. At the beginning of the school year, parents will be informed of the offerings currently available for the year. Students have the choice of many activities after school hours. By the 1970s the school had outgrown its premises. In 1970 a new school was built in Horsh Tabet, Sin el Fil, in what was then a completely woodland area. At that time, the school consisted of two inter-connecting blocks. The third block was built in the 1980s. The second half of the 1970’s decade witnessed the beginning of a difficult time for the Lebanese, due to a painful civil war. By God’s grace, the school went on with its mission. In the second decade of the twenty-first century, we are happy that our students practically all pass the official exams, they get excellent grades in SATs and the DELF, and they are accepted to their universities of choice. The school is “a busy school”, as one visiting professor commented, and there are always educational activities, events, and projects accompanying learning. Do not let disappointment lead to failure. Our great Gibran Khalil Gibran once prepared for four years for a major painting exhibition. He rented a special gallery for that purpose and displayed his four years of work there. Before the opening, there was a fire in the gallery. It burned down and Gibran’s paintings were all gone. Instead of dejection and loss of hope, Gibran declared that he would paint other paintings that were even better. A few years later his exhibition was held. Faith. Patience. Persistence. Keep these in mind and victory will be yours. “Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, let your mind dwell on these things. The things you have learned and received and heard and seen practice these things and the God of peace shall be with you.
  17. In 1992 as a group of concerned parents, driven by an urgent concern for the futures of our children, we started a school where children could grow in knowledge and stature within a wholesome and Godly environment. We started with 16 students and we've since grown to just over 150 students, ranging from Grade R to Grade 12. We operate as a ministry wing of Spirit life Ministries and serve parents and children of all denominations. We provide education to all students, not discriminating based on race, color, national or ethnic origin. We adhere to the Statement of Faith of the Spirit life Christian Church. The school is established on the church grounds situated within the old Klipriver nature reserve on sixty acres of natural parkland and river frontage. We are equipped with an Outdoor Amphitheatre, Volleyball Field, Netball/Soccer field, and Mini - Olympic size poo. We have an Adventure Centre geared with Climbing, Abseiling, obstacle courses, and team-building. We also have tuck shop facilities. We also offer daycare facilities. We are registered with the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) since 1992 and meets all its Governance, Curriculum Standards, Infrastructure, Health, and Safety requirements. Academic Teachers are registered with the South African Council of Educators (SACE). We hope that our website will answer many of your questions but should you require more information, please feel free to contact us directly. We believe that the foundation of a sound education includes Godly morals and values and we strive to instill excellent work ethics, integrity, and accountability within every learner. Outdoor adventure promotes active learning through direct experience and develops leadership, risk-taking, and problem-solving skills. Students will learn to maximize their potential and work cooperatively with one another, all within a safe and environmentally friendly framework. 3RCA will take students into the wilderness for these experiences, expeditions, and campouts Their intellectual, physical, spiritual, social, and moral development will be challenged, resulting in personal growth and social awareness that develops skills for life and the world of work. We will endeavor to build self-confidence and self-esteem --- fundamental to any young person’s development. Little Saints Nursery School operates as the feeder school for 3 Rivers Christian Academy. It was established in 1997 on the school’s grounds and today it boasts beautiful classroom and playground facilities tucked away in the greens surrounding the Klip River. Little Saints serves parents and children of all denominations, not discriminating based on race, color, national or ethnic origin. Our teachers love the Lord, and lavish their love and attention on the children, providing a safe, Godly and disciplined environment for them to flourish in their relationships and grow in self-esteem. The main emphasis at 3 Rivers Christian Academy is to motivate the students to achieve their highest potential in both the spiritual and academic fields. To accomplish this, several incentive programs have been implemented and serve as motivational factors in the student’s school day. Parent orientation and conferences promote a good understanding between parents or guardians and the faculty/administration of this school. Every parent is required to participate in these informative and helpful programs. Any lack of parental involvement of the above might jeopardize the re-enrolment of the student. Another area of parental involvement that is vital for the progress of the child is in the modeling of character traits. Students will learn more about each of the character traits listed in the policies’ file at each level as they progress through the curriculum. As the parents display and model these same character traits in their homes as an example to their children, they will reinforce what their children are being taught at school. View full school
  18. In 1992 as a group of concerned parents, driven by an urgent concern for the futures of our children, we started a school where children could grow in knowledge and stature within a wholesome and Godly environment. We started with 16 students and we've since grown to just over 150 students, ranging from Grade R to Grade 12. We operate as a ministry wing of Spirit life Ministries and serve parents and children of all denominations. We provide education to all students, not discriminating based on race, color, national or ethnic origin. We adhere to the Statement of Faith of the Spirit life Christian Church. The school is established on the church grounds situated within the old Klipriver nature reserve on sixty acres of natural parkland and river frontage. We are equipped with an Outdoor Amphitheatre, Volleyball Field, Netball/Soccer field, and Mini - Olympic size poo. We have an Adventure Centre geared with Climbing, Abseiling, obstacle courses, and team-building. We also have tuck shop facilities. We also offer daycare facilities. We are registered with the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) since 1992 and meets all its Governance, Curriculum Standards, Infrastructure, Health, and Safety requirements. Academic Teachers are registered with the South African Council of Educators (SACE). We hope that our website will answer many of your questions but should you require more information, please feel free to contact us directly. We believe that the foundation of a sound education includes Godly morals and values and we strive to instill excellent work ethics, integrity, and accountability within every learner. Outdoor adventure promotes active learning through direct experience and develops leadership, risk-taking, and problem-solving skills. Students will learn to maximize their potential and work cooperatively with one another, all within a safe and environmentally friendly framework. 3RCA will take students into the wilderness for these experiences, expeditions, and campouts Their intellectual, physical, spiritual, social, and moral development will be challenged, resulting in personal growth and social awareness that develops skills for life and the world of work. We will endeavor to build self-confidence and self-esteem --- fundamental to any young person’s development. Little Saints Nursery School operates as the feeder school for 3 Rivers Christian Academy. It was established in 1997 on the school’s grounds and today it boasts beautiful classroom and playground facilities tucked away in the greens surrounding the Klip River. Little Saints serves parents and children of all denominations, not discriminating based on race, color, national or ethnic origin. Our teachers love the Lord, and lavish their love and attention on the children, providing a safe, Godly and disciplined environment for them to flourish in their relationships and grow in self-esteem. The main emphasis at 3 Rivers Christian Academy is to motivate the students to achieve their highest potential in both the spiritual and academic fields. To accomplish this, several incentive programs have been implemented and serve as motivational factors in the student’s school day. Parent orientation and conferences promote a good understanding between parents or guardians and the faculty/administration of this school. Every parent is required to participate in these informative and helpful programs. Any lack of parental involvement of the above might jeopardize the re-enrolment of the student. Another area of parental involvement that is vital for the progress of the child is in the modeling of character traits. Students will learn more about each of the character traits listed in the policies’ file at each level as they progress through the curriculum. As the parents display and model these same character traits in their homes as an example to their children, they will reinforce what their children are being taught at school.
  19. Welcome to Southern Vales Christian College. We love our school and our fabulous school community and work hard to ensure each student has a sense of belonging in a safe environment. Southern Vales Christian College is - one school on two campuses at Morphett Vale and Aldinga - and we cater for students from Foundation to Year 12. We are a ministry of the Harvest Australia Church. Our college is a Christ-centered, child-focussed school filled with learning and discovery, deep understanding, thinking, excitement, fun, creativity, color, music, sport, drama, challenge, celebration, care and friendship, family, encouragement, a love of God in Jesus and a love of the fullness of life. Our teaching philosophy is based on the belief that children are capable of thinking deeply and creatively. Each student is created with an insatiable, innate drive to explore and understand the world around them. Southern Vales Christian College students present themselves with an engaging mixture of openness, sincerity, and passion. Be it in classrooms, on the sporting field, on stage, debating, chess club, fashion parades, engineering challenges, or in worship assemblies, they are enthusiastic and determined they care for each other and they aspire to learn. A key to our success is the belief that students respond positively and engage effectively when teachers establish clear expectations both academically and behaviorally with a strong sense of belonging. We believe God has placed each student in our care and they are highly valued. In our SVCC ELC, Jesus is the center of all things, where life flows from Him and we live in His life each day. We believe children: Are joyful souls who take pleasure in celebrating life Are curious, creative and wonder drives their learning process Are powerful, capable, and resilient, able to be the main characters of their learning process Have a voice and many different ways to express themselves Bring knowledge and understanding with them to build connections. Have a natural desire and need for connection and relationships Are unique and each journey has its own pathway Express their worship and understanding of God View full school
  20. Welcome to Southern Vales Christian College. We love our school and our fabulous school community and work hard to ensure each student has a sense of belonging in a safe environment. Southern Vales Christian College is - one school on two campuses at Morphett Vale and Aldinga - and we cater for students from Foundation to Year 12. We are a ministry of the Harvest Australia Church. Our college is a Christ-centered, child-focussed school filled with learning and discovery, deep understanding, thinking, excitement, fun, creativity, color, music, sport, drama, challenge, celebration, care and friendship, family, encouragement, a love of God in Jesus and a love of the fullness of life. Our teaching philosophy is based on the belief that children are capable of thinking deeply and creatively. Each student is created with an insatiable, innate drive to explore and understand the world around them. Southern Vales Christian College students present themselves with an engaging mixture of openness, sincerity, and passion. Be it in classrooms, on the sporting field, on stage, debating, chess club, fashion parades, engineering challenges, or in worship assemblies, they are enthusiastic and determined they care for each other and they aspire to learn. A key to our success is the belief that students respond positively and engage effectively when teachers establish clear expectations both academically and behaviorally with a strong sense of belonging. We believe God has placed each student in our care and they are highly valued. In our SVCC ELC, Jesus is the center of all things, where life flows from Him and we live in His life each day. We believe children: Are joyful souls who take pleasure in celebrating life Are curious, creative and wonder drives their learning process Are powerful, capable, and resilient, able to be the main characters of their learning process Have a voice and many different ways to express themselves Bring knowledge and understanding with them to build connections. Have a natural desire and need for connection and relationships Are unique and each journey has its own pathway Express their worship and understanding of God
  21. INTEGRITY - Possess and express integrity View full school
  22. INTEGRITY - Possess and express integrity
  23. We wish to provide our students with experiences that shape their perceptions and inspire them to actively love and care for those less fortunate than themselves. Through education and service, we equip our students to fight poverty and injustice and encourage them to participate and raise awareness of these challenges both global and local. View full school
  24. We wish to provide our students with experiences that shape their perceptions and inspire them to actively love and care for those less fortunate than themselves. Through education and service, we equip our students to fight poverty and injustice and encourage them to participate and raise awareness of these challenges both global and local.
  25. This is a Board directive, which we must adhere to. MECS began as a dream in the mid-1950s! Christian parents dreamed of education with a Christian perspective for their children – and grandchildren. In the 1960s, they organized themselves and were very active in raising funds. In 1964, the pioneers formed their Association of Parents for Christian Education, Mount Evelyn, and accelerated the pace of work to establish a Christian school. With daring and vision in 1970, they purchased our wonderful six-hectare school property. Their dreams were realized when they opened Mount Evelyn, Christian Primary School on the 3rd of February 1973 – a full 19 years after the very first fundraising effort. The school opened with three teachers teaching 80 children in Years Foundation to 6 in three composite groups. We have two main motives for operating as a Christian school. The first is that we believe that Jesus Christ is to be Lord over every single part of life, including the education of our children. The second is that God has given parents, the responsibility of nurturing their children. Their education is a major part of that. MECS sees its primary task as unfolding God’s world with children in the educational domain (families and church also do this but in other domains of life). This involves students understanding that they are God’s creative handiwork, unique, precious, and loved, made in God’s image, and gifted in many ways. They also learn how to work and play within the world, and what God asks of them. As students understand themselves, their world, and have a healthy view of the calling God has for them, they are well equipped and positioned to engage as active participants in society and as disciples of the Lord. Such a holistic understanding stands in stark contrast to the broad Australian view that schools exist to provide students with basic skills and the where-with-all to get a good job at the end of the process. One is a view of God’s kingdom and the call to serve, the other, the material world in which one needs to work. Two very different views about education. View full school
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