Pacific Coast Culture

Logo

Our logo is created from a wave and the cross. We are geographically located on the Pacific Ocean. Pacific means peace and the purpose of the school community is to create and exude peace within our community. The team of staff at Pacific Coast are committed to sharing the peace the Holy Spirit gives them with students and families. As a Christian educational community, we have chosen the symbol to represent the essence of our school as being Christ centred.The secondary element of the water ripple, with the cool blue and green tonings, reflects the link in our school name to the Pacific Region.

Finally, the tail has been created in an upward orientation to form a cross, symbolising the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus.

Strategic Alliances – Meet Our Friends

Pacific Coast Christian School recognises that it is part of the larger collection of Christian Educators and Communities. We know that we gain value from interacting with groups who share our heart for seeing lives changed by God to serve in His world. Together with these our friends and allies we celebrate unity of purpose; diversity of context; faithfulness in fellowship.

Sister Schools


The Sister Schools program supports links between like-minded school communities fostering mutual encouragement and practical connections of staff and students. 
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Strategic School Partnerships


Aoyama Gakuin University Program - Pacific Coast Christian School (PCCS) has continued its valuable partnership with the Aoyama Gakuin University Japanese program since 2010. The homestay program was organised by the Australian Academy of Educational Studies. The program was hosted at Pacific Coast from Saturday 8th February – Saturday 1st March. The Program had both an educational and cultural focus.

The educational focus for the 22 students from AGU included daily studies in Speaking, Listening and Writing. They also interacted with PCCS students through a volunteer program with Senior School Sport and Junior School English narratives. Classroom interaction occurred in Music, Design, Drama, Business Studies, Science, English and Art. AGU students regularly attended Chapels and Assemblies at PCCS.

AGU students also undertook field trips and excursions in northern NSW and South East Queensland.

The partnership with Ayoama Gakuin University has become a welcome and valuable part of the PCCS calendar.