Variety & Purpose

Primary College

A unique learning environment


Many parents have expressed how difficult it can be to choose the right school for their young family. At Noosa Christian College, Cooroy, we’d like to make that decision a little easier by providing you with quality information about our programs, and opportunities to meet with our staff and the wider school community. 



We believe you’ll find Noosa Christian College to be a wonderful place for your children to learn. Here are some reasons why: 

Proactive relationships and partnerships between our staff, yourself and your child.

The values of respect, responsibility, effort, compassion, service and integrity underpin everything we do and provide clear guidelines and expectations.

Provide students with opportunities to pursue success along a variety of pathways, be they spiritual, academic, physical, artistic, emotional or social.

Dedicated and experienced Prep and Primary teachers who are passionate about their students’ learning.

Small school with a big heart.

High standards of care for one another – teaching and modeling of tolerance, acceptance of differences and service to others.

Commitment to 21st Century Learning – encouraging critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaborative learning.

An ideal learning environment set on 11 hectares of semi-rural land near Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast and specialist facilities for learning levels. 

Why NCC?
Hours & Contact
We Care

Why Choose Noosa Christian College?

  • Spacious and unique learning environment, Noosa Christian College is set on a beautiful rural campus in the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast. Offering a co-educational stream of classes from Kindergarten to Year 12, our College is known for it’s strong community and a nurturing environment for students.
  • Our College provides students with opportunities to pursue success along a variety of pathways, be they spiritual, academic, physical, artistic, emotional or social.
  • Holistic – Recognising that education is more than just academics, Noosa Christian College engages learning through holistic programs and activities that build the Mind, Body and Heart of each individual.
  • Variety and purpose – A broad range of experiences are provided to ensure that life at school is always full. We are proud to offer a quality academic program in a supportive environment that allows students to reach their full potential. Our College also provides a range of stimulating outdoor activities to further develop the physical aspects of learning. These include sports, horticulture/agriculture, bird coup, photography, outdoor design and technology, etc.

Hours & Contact

Our office hours are;
8:30-4pm MONDAY-FRIDAY during school terms

Contact our office staff via;

Ph 07 5447 7808


Noosa Christian College is proud of its excellent results across the school years measured by both internal and external testing. The National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) testing for school years 3,5,7 and 9 has been in place since 2008. College Primary staff have been analysing student data and tracking results over this period to better direct our teaching and learning in the Numeracy and Literacy subject areas.

Our College is proud that our Year 12 graduates have a tradition of academic achievement. However, our graduates are not defined by their ATAR scores; they have learned through a personal journey of growth and development, success and setbacks. They are shaped by their values, their courage, and the experiences gained at Noosa Christian College and beyond. We celebrate their successful pursuits in sport, music, science, academic achievement, performing and visual arts, outdoor education, community service. As a College, we are immensely proud of all students who achieve their best, whatever their best may be. We celebrate extraordinary efforts, contributions and achievements by our graduates and we acknowledge and appreciate the unwavering support of their families and and their teachers who have walked beside them during their time at Noosa Christian College. 

We Care

Our Primary campus has a rich variety of opportunities to develop character and facilitate spiritual growth during the important early years of school. These opportunities come through class time and whole of school extra-curricular events such as;

  • Shared initiatives such as birthday celebrations, fundraising for aid and charities, memorial services and Christmas celebration.
  • End-of-term rewards for good behaviour.
  • Discussion and recognition of values such as respect, responsibility, effort, compassion, service and integrity.
  • Chapel programs held each week with guest speakers, music and fun activities.
  • Chaplains support programs such as counselling, Buddy Days and Bible Studies.
  • Week of Worship (WOW) – an annual combined program with a spiritual theme and guest speaker.

Sports Program

Noosa Christian College has a range of after school sports, carnivals and a weekly sports program (Term Sport) that continues through to Year 12, in addition to our Physical Education studies.

Extra Curricular

Great range of opportunities for team-building, growing self-confidence, improving resilience and enhancing peer relationships through challenging activities and problem solving.

Pastoral Care

The ethos of Noosa Christian College is to inspire and lead students into a relationship with God. Each student is precious because they are God’s individual creation with a unique purpose for their lives

Noosa College Video Tour 2020

View our video tour of Noosa Christian College. Hear from our college Principal Mrs Jeanette Martin, and let our School Captains show you around the key areas of the college campus.

Apply for Admission

Applications are now open

The College is a co-educational day school currently catering for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is open to students regardless of their religious affiliation, ethnic background, gender or national origin.

Noosa Christian College acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land on which we gather and we pay our respect to local Indigenous Elders and leaders past, present and emerging, and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.