Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Another school year will be coming to a close soon and the enrolment season is open at Citipointe Christian College, Brisbane, which is a leading independent and Christian school. Australia schools’ third term has just begun but CCCB is already welcoming new enrolees who are looking forward to benefiting from the school’s safe learning environment and Christ-centred teachings.
Founded in 1978, the institution which was previously known as the Christian Outreach College Brisbane, easily became the choice of Christian parents, in the Brisbane area, for the primary and secondary schooling of their children. It’s one of Queensland’s largest independent schools and it currently has a student population of over 1,700. The school goes by the goal of “providing high quality Christian education that prepares students to make a difference in their world.” CCCB is committed to the integration of faith and learning in all areas of the curriculum and to the development of a Biblical Christian worldview. It draws students from actively Christian families of varying socio-economic backgrounds or those who appreciate the extensive benefits of a disciplined, co-educational Christian school system fortified by pastoral care.
CCCB has an excellent reputation and is known for upholding strong academic standards. A representative shares, “Our record in national literacy and numeracy tests and international competitions reveals superior performance. Several CCCB Year 12 students have won Australian Government Student Prizes at exit, indicating they were in the top 100 in Queensland and the top 500 in Australia that academic year. We publish a full disclosure of all senior results since 1992 (when the present system of tertiary entrance was instituted) on the website, so parents can judge average results. We comment in regular newsletters on any public test results for our students.”
Aside from the high academic standards, Citipointe Christian College Brisbane also provides a wealth of dynamic co-curricular activities to ensure that its students are well-equipped with the right character and skills to fare well in life. The balance created by strong academics and co-curricular activities, such as the arts, sports, cultural programs, as well as Christian Living studies and Chapel, is believed to pave the way to a higher understanding of universal workings which helps students gain a better definition or perspective of their life’s mission.
Important enrolment details and other information about the school are provided at http://www.brisbane.coc.edu.au. Citipointe is a member of Independent Schools Queensland and Associated Christian Schools.