St Philip’s Christian College has the privilege of hosting the annual Australian Association of Christian Schools (AACS) Retreat.
Last week over 70 students from Years 8 through to 12 convened on the St Philip’s Christian College Theatre in Newcastle for the annual Empowering Conference.
The first male student to be enrolled in the DALE Young Parents School in Wyong has become the recipient of the prestigious Pride of Workmanship Youth Award.
2016 is already proving to be a momentous year for DALE Christian School with the launch of two new schools.
Executive Principal Graeme Irwin has been recognised for his commitment to the advancement of education in the Hunter Region at the recent HRIS awards.
Tomorrow’s entrepreneurs have been coming to the fore across our schools in recent weeks and it is very exciting to see.
The new Junior School facilities at St Philip’s Christian College at Cessnock have officially opened to overwhelmingly positive feedback from both the school and wider community.
Principal of St Philip’s Christian College Cessnock Darren Cox has been invited to be one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming National Future Leaders Conference in Sydney.
The spirit of the ANZACs was very evident across our schools last week.
On the 18th of July Lifeline Newcastle & Hunter awarded Graeme Irwin their inaugural Brass Blokes Award.
DALE Christian School have taken time to show their commitment to embracing and understanding Indigenous culture through a traditional Smoking Ceremony.