The Senior School at Swan Christian College encompasses Years 10, 11 and 12. Our purpose is to develop in each student the personal attributes described by the College’s Seven Pillars, namely, Knowledge, Courage, Service, Wisdom, Engagement, Leadership and Spirituality. The work of the Senior School embraces our Christian faith, and our declaration is that Christ is central to our identity with ultimate ownership and sovereignty over our school. Education programs are delivered to students by motivated and talented Christian teachers who embrace a Christian worldview.
Students are presented with a broad range of programs that provide an education with challenging opportunities, meet their needs, and develop them to become responsible contributors to the wider community.
The Senior School seeks to maximise the learning of each individual student, encouraging and assisting them to utilise their God given talents and abilities in order to pursue future pathways. They are encouraged to be independent thinkers, make informed decisions, and take responsibility for their own actions as learners.
The Senior School offers a balanced experience of co-curricular programs inclusive of Sport, Creative and Performing Arts, Cultural and Academic tours to overseas countries and opportunities for community service both locally and internationally.
Study in the senior years is engaging and challenging, and the secure, well-structured learning environment at Swan Christian College provides a very sound basis for success. The strong pastoral care program provides a framework of encouragement that underpins the academic program, allowing students to step outside their comfort zone. In addition to the College psychologist, College counsellor and the Chaplain, each student is allocated a Pastoral Care teacher. The Pastoral Care teacher remains with their PC group through their senior school years; the PC teacher is also the point of contact for parent enquiries.
Our students have established a record of outstanding achievement in their studies, careers, sporting and cultural pursuits and service to the community. They are truly great ambassadors for the Senior School.
Mr Terry Eason
Deputy Principal / Head of Senior School