Secondary 7-12

Moving out of Primary School begins a new phase in the life of a student which presents the most exciting and most challenging time of growth and development that will carry them into adulthood.  Secondary School is a place where students can explore and learn at their individual level while being challenged to explore their passions.  

The years of Secondary schooling are often full of the most difficult, perplexing questions for a young person about who they are, where they fit in the world, what they value and who or what they believe in.  It is through Years 7 to 12 that students begin to wrestle with the largest questions of life, those which shape their identity and their ability to face the challenges of life, whilst at the same time their emotional and physical development is reaching a peak.  It is no wonder that Secondary School is such a wonderfully vibrant and confusingly challenging place in a school.

Mrs Jane McLarty - Interim Head of Secondary

Green Point Christian College believes that an education based on a sound Christian base enables the best opportunity for students to develop the wider understanding of the world that will facilitate their ability to meet the challenges presented in our rapidly changing modern society.  
Our safe, caring learning environment enables students to grow into adults who have at their core the principles of Godly character; who understand that learning is a life-long endeavour; who are outward looking and care about the well-being  of others within society; who can work with others in strong caring relationships and who find solutions to the issues of life through creative and critical problem solving.  Our graduates are equipped to be well rounded mature adults who can influence positive change in the world.