Quick Facts


Special Character

  • A 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 Kindy to Year 12, our College is known for its strong community and a nurturing environment for students.

  • Holistic: Recognising that education is more than just academics - Noosa Christian College engages learning through a variety of programs and activities that build the mind, body and heart of each individual.

  • Variety and purpose: We are proud to offer a quality academic program in a supportive environment that allows students to reach their full potential. Additional opportunities for learning with external bodies such as TAFE and Brisbane School of Distance Education are also available.

Hours & Contact

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

Contact our office staff via;

Ph 07 5447 7808
Email: info@noosacc.qld.edu.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/NoosaChristianCollege 


Our Year 12 class of 2013 achieved excellent results, with over 80% of the students receiving an OP between 1 and 15. Furthermore, one of our students obtained an OP of 2 - which is an outstanding result indicative of their hard work and dedication. 

In our graduating class of 2014, all students looking to enter tertiary studies were offered a place in their field of study, both in local Universities and interstate Colleges of Higher Education. Several students commenced employment and apprenticeships in their industry of choice and several others are following careers in defence and maritime training.

Noosa Christian College is proud to see it’s graduating students standing up as the leaders of tomorrow by taking up further studies or employment.


Pastoral Care

Our secondary campus has a rich variety of opportunities to develop character through the adolescent years. We believe our Pastoral Care programs are a significant inclusion and create a supportive environment for your child throughout high school. These initiatives include;

  • Chaplains support programs such as counselling and Bible Studies (on request)
  • "Pulse" - group activities such as water ski/tubing days, dinner and bonfire night, plus other weekend events which provide a safe environment for students to grow together outside of school hours
  • Chapel programs held on a regular basis, which include music, guest speakers and interactive activities around a spiritual theme
  • Buddy program - connecting Secondary students with Primary Students in a mentoring role

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