No. Swan Christian College welcomes all enrolment enquiries whether your family is actively involved in a Christian church community or not. If you decide to enrol your child at Swan Christian College, you will find that our community includes families without any church/religious background as well as families with a strong church background.
However, it is important to note that we deliver the Australian curriculum with a Christian worldview. All our teachers are practicing Christians who are actively involved in their local church community, covering a wide spread of different church denominations.
Our main intake years are Kindergarten, Year 4, Year 7 and Year 11. From time to time, we may be able to offer places in other year groups as well, depending on whether we are able to accommodate them in the relevant year. Places are offered subject to an interview with the parents and the student.
To apply please click on Enrolments to start the enrolment process. An Enrolment Officer will be in touch with you and help you with lodging an application.
If you have any questions about the enrolment process or would like to request a paper application form, please contact a member of our Enrolments Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9374 8300.
Approximately 1500 students attend Swan Christian College – Kindergarten to Year 12.
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Yes. Along with our Three-Day Kindy program, we also offer Five-Day Kindy. Click here to learn more.
Swan Christian College offers a wide range of course options and pathways to our students, preparing them for life after school. We aspire for our students to be engaged and motivated to become life-long learners, providing challenging learning experiences to encourage achievement.
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Swan Christian College works diligently to create a safe and nurturing environment that provides students the opportunity to flourish. All staff members provide pastoral care and ensure the provision of proactive and reactive support measures address the holistic wellbeing of each student.
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With a cohort of around 1,500 students from Kindergarten to Year 12, the College’s extracurricular programs are wide and varied. Programs evolve depending on the group of students enrolled at the time, giving our students flexible extracurricular programs that meet their needs.
Swan Christian College offers a range of extracurricular programs including sporting activities, chess club, music, orchestra, bands, choirs, fitness club, STEM, tutoring, language clubs, Fenceline Theatre Company – the list is huge. Click here to learn more.
The College offers two languages – one European language (French) and one Asian language (Japanese).
Students in Years 2-6 participate in weekly Japanese lessons led by a Specialist teacher. Through exploring Japanese language and culture, students develop essential communication and intercultural understanding skills and also foster their sense of identity through comparing their own cultural and social practices to the Japanese people.
Students in Year 7 are required to select either French or Japanese. They will have two hours of the language for the whole year and will continue to study the same language in Year 8. The courses foster communication and cultural skills through the four language modes of reading, writing, viewing, speaking and listening, and cover the WA Curriculum Languages strands of Communicating and Understanding. From Year 9, students can choose to continue with the language they studied in Year 8, or switch to another optional subject.
The College offers a unique program for those students that continue with their language study through to Year 10, whereby they can obtain the nationally recognised TAFE Certificate II in Applied Languages. Students who continue with Japanese or French in Year 11 and 12 are able to complete the TAFE Certificate III in Applied Languages as well as use Japanese or French to contribute to their ATAR.
Students from Years 5-12 participate in the Learning with Technology program and are required to bring their own device to class. Click here to learn more about the program.
The Swan Christian College uniform is intended to support our sense of community and healthy pride in our College, and to emphasise our character, organisation and commitment over fashion. The way a student wears his/her uniform reflects his/her own self-image and is also a measure of how they regard other people. Click here to access the current Swan Christian College Uniform guide.
Swan Christian College offers the Luke Durbridge Scholarship for current students of Swan Christian College in Years 7-12. The Luke Durbridge Scholarship is awarded to young athletes trying to achieve the highest level in their chosen sport. To find out more please contact us at email@example.com.
The College is serviced by several Transperth and private buses, making it easy for students to travel to and from school via bus and train. Click here for more information.
The ratio of male and female students at Swan Christian College based on recent census data is about 50/50.