About our College

Established in 2007, the College aims to provide quality, Christian education to the families of the Southern Downs. 

Our Slade campus caters for students in Prep to Year 12. The College's Glengallan campus is an accredited Special Assistance School with students studying for Vocational Education pathways in Years 10 to 12. This campus also caters for students in Years 7 to 12 who have disengaged from mainstream schooling and require a supportive and flexible learning environment.

Statement of Faith

The College strives to create a non-denominational Christian ethos, catering for students and families from a wider variety of Christian backgrounds. In the interest of Christian unity, issues about which Christians differ will be avoided. 

We encourage parents, who are new to the evangelical Christian faith to undertake a “Christianity Explained” course during their child’s/children’s first semester at the College.

This is important because parents need to understand the College’s Christian goals & ethos, and know what their children are learning about the Christian faith. The Christian beliefs on what the College’s ethos is based are stated in our Statement of Faith. 

Governance

Warwick Christian College is a non-denominational, not-for-profit entity, owned and operated by Christian Community Ministries Ltd (CCM).

CCM is a not-for-profit company with extensive experience in the management of Christian schools, overseeing twelve schools across Australia and an outdoor education camping program. The CCM Board of Directors is a group of Christians with a passion for seeing the growth of Christian education in Australia by making it affordable to families. The individual experience of the Directors is significant and encompasses the corporate, private, educational and pastoral sectors. Collectively, their knowledge and expertise allow them to effectively govern an expanding ministry.

All Colleges under the care of CCM are members of the Australian Association of Christian Schools (AACS), a national organisation aimed at advocating for the interests of Christian schools nationally.

The College is also a member of Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ), which promotes and supports the interests of more than 200 member schools across Queensland.