Coffs Harbour Christian Community School

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Enrolment

Enrolment is open to all students whose parents are willing to have their children educated in a school where a biblical Christian worldview is presented as truth. Non-believers of the Christian faith are welcome to enrol their children in the school on the condition that they will accept and support the Christian faith, values and teaching that is presented in the curriculum of the school as part of the overall package of education being presented to their child.  

The school draws its students from a diverse set of backgrounds, including various Christian denominations, non-believers of the Christian faith  and various socio-economic backgrounds. This Policy sets out the priorities and conditions that facilitate orderly and equitable access for enrolment intakes.

Prospective Enrolments

Parents wishing to enrol their children at CHCCS are required to:

  1. Enquire at the School (Junior School Campus or Middle/Senior School Campus) concering enrolment of their child and obtain a Prospectus and Application Form
  2. Make an appointment for an interview with the Head of Junior School for the Junior Campus or the Principal for the Middle/Senior Campus.

In the event of a successful interview, and the existence of an enrolment vacancy, a provisional position may be offered, or placement onto a waiting list if no vacancy exists.

Enrolments are provisional in that continued enrolment is always subject to ongoing satisfaction between both parties (parents and the school). Unsatisfactory behaviour or refusal to be in accord with the teaching of our school's values and beliefs can result in withdrawal of enrolment.  

Should enrolment be offered, a registration fee is payable.  The current registration fee is $95.00

Priority of Enrolment Allocations

While every effort is made to provide equitable access to CHCCS for the entire local community, it is necessary to place some priority on the allocation of enrolments.
 
Enrolment allocations are offered according to the following order of priority:

Junior School

Siblings then new students.

Middle School and Senior School

  1. Continuing students entering Year 6 from the Junior School
  2. Siblings
  3. Macksville Seventh Day Adventist students going into year 7 are treated as a feeder school.
  4. New students
 

School Features

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  • Junior School
  • Middle School
  • Senior School
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  • Academic Achievement

    • Senior School
  • Bali Buddies Program

    The Bali Buddies Program The “Bali Buddies” program promotes authentic communication between students from CHCCS and our sister schools in
    • Junior School
  • Being a Good Friend

    BEING A GOOD FRIEND is an anxiety prevention and resiliency building program for kindergarten to Year 2 students. It is
    • Junior School
  • Better Buddies Program

    The Better Buddies Program In Better Buddies, children in their first and last year of primary school buddy up and
    • Junior School
  • Boot Camp

    Boot Camp Boot camp is a great way to get our boys physically active and involved in devotions. Research clearly
    • Senior School
  • Dance

    Dance Students study many styles to help develop their skills in a variety of dance forms:  Contemporary, Classical Ballet, Jazz,
    • Middle School
    • Senior School
  • Fundays

    Fundays As part of our Student Welfare Program, we seek to provide opportunities for our Middle School community to enjoy
    • Middle School
  • Gifted & Talented

    Gifted and Talented program In Middle School, the Gifted and Talented program seeks to provide opportunities for all students to
    • Middle School
    • Senior School
  • Homework Club

    Homework club Homework is a valuable part of schooling. It allows for practising, extending and consolidating work done in class.
    • Middle School
  • House Point Rivalry

    House Point Rivalry The Annual CHCCS House Rivalry Program began in 2014, designed to contribute towards a greater sense of
    • Middle School
    • Senior School
  • Outreach

    Outreach At the heart of our school is a desire to know and serve God. We seek to honour our
    • Middle School
    • Senior School
  • Peer Support Buddies

    Peer support buddies Our Buddies Program involves Year 6 students being supported by Year 11 students throughout the year. They
    • Middle School
  • Performing Arts

    Performing Arts Exploring drama and acting in plays is vital to the development of communication skills and enables a growth
    • Senior School
  • Rewards Program

    Rewards Program Our rewards program seeks to promote and recognise positive behaviour and personal growth. Compliment Slips are presented to
    • Middle School
  • Sporting Opportunities

    • Middle School
  • Strength Program

    The Strength Program Strength is an exciting program that has been developed by our school for Year 5 students with
    • Junior School
  • Water Safety Program

    • Junior School
  • Work Experience

    Work Experience Work Experience at Coffs Harbour Christian Community School is a compulsory program for all year 10 students to
    • Senior School