• Athletics Carnival - Wednesday 12 June

    rjs1 9rfk 160804Years 2-12 will be participating in the annual Athletics Carnival on Wednesday 12 June at Walter Peate Oval, Kingscliff. Students are encouraged to travel with their parents to and from the carnival. 

  • C.S.S.A State Basketball Report

    Two years of preparation saw Pacific Coast Christian School’s Open Boys Basketball team widen their winning trail at the recent C.S.S.A NSW State Basketball Championships which were held on September 2.

    Eight champion schools representing the 8 Zones of NSW contested the event. The Pacific Coasts boys began the day by defeating Hunter CS 25-8 in their first game of the day. (20 minute games).

    In their second game the Pacific Coast Boys lost to Inaburra 23-9 - quickly showing who the team to beat was.

    Game 3 in our pool saw Pacific Coast defeat Nepean Zone 35-14!

    Pacific Coast then met Pacific Hills in the major semi-final. Pacific Hills had recently defeated 2014/2015 State Champions “Oxford Falls” in their Zone finals prior to this tournament so were an in-form team. After trailing Pacific Hills for 18 minutes of the 20 minute semi-final, Elijah Holland shot 2 points to place Pacific Coast in the lead, only to have the lead taken away with 40 seconds to go. 

    The Pacific Coast boys remained cool under extreme pressure and School Captain, Eli Gordon was fouled with 3 seconds remaining (clock stopped). Under the ultimate pressure (Pacific Coast behind by 1 point with 3 seconds on the clock), Gordon shot 2 from 2 - giving Pacific Coast the win by 1 point and their place in the grand final!

    In the Grand Final, the Pacific Coast team tackled Inaburra and were down 10-11 at half-time. After taking the lead at 2 stages in the final, the boys were eventually outplayed, losing to Inaburra 36-25. 

    Following the game the Pacific Coast Boys each received their runners-up trophies and the achievement of being the number 2 team in the C.S.S.A NSW state!

    Next term the Pacific Coast Basketball Development Program will continue with a focus now on our girls teams and this year’s junior boys teams!

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  • CSSA Senior State Swimming

     Aimee Pfeffer, Mathew Dawson, Amber Pfeffer and Mackenzie Swain, representing PCCS at CSSA Senior State Swimming. Aimee Pfeffer was the 18 year old girl champion and is off to CIS next month!
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  • CSSA State Touch Football Championships

    2016 03 04 001On 31st March Mr David Peck and five Senior School students travelled down to Coffs Harbour with representatives from other North Coast Schools to participate in the CSSA State Touch Football Championships. On Thursday the team participated in training and bonding sessions. The Carnival was held on Friday 1st April. Each team participated in 6-7 games.

    The competition was very tough but our Pacific Coast students did exceptionally well. The junior girls team, including Amy Broadhurst came 3rd overall. The senior boys team , including Joshua Weule and Josiah Hughes were champions of the day. Courtney Hart, Jared Whitaker and Joshua Weule were all selected as part of the CSSA State team for their divisions. Congratulations to all students on a fantastic effort and showing great sportsmanship and team spirit!

  • Girl's Netball

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    The Junior School girls had fantastic day at the Tweed Cup Junior Netball on 7th of May at Arkinstall Park.Thank you to all our parents who volunteer their time to train our PCCS girls. 

  • Intensive Swimming Lessons

    swimming lessonsA friendly reminder: Our Intesive swimming lessons have begun again! Please ensure your child/ren have their swimming gear.

  • Junior School Cross Country

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    With dubious weather on Friday, Junior Coast and Hope students took part in our annual Cross-Country event. Starting off with 12 years boys, it was wonderful to see all children excitedly cheering on their classmates at the finish lines and parents who came to support our school community. When students had finished their races, they were quickly found by the inflatables which ensured no one was left out, followed by a free sausage sizzle for lunch. A special thank you to Mr Jenkins who orchestrated the Cross Country event and Jo who organised the very much appreciated, hot lunch. It is always pleasing to have parents and friends join us on these days as we continue to build our school community.

  • North Coast Touch Tournament

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    Yesterday our year 9/10 boys touch team entered the North Coast All Schools Touch Tournament, the boys did fantastic.

    They defeated Kyogle High School 5-1 in a dominant performance.

    They narrowly lost in the last minutes against Ballina High, who has a strong Touch reputation. Our boys actually dominated the game but two quick tries at the end got Ballina across the line.

    The boys then defeated Lindisfarne Grammar 3-2. The scoreline doesn’t accurately represent the handle on the game our boys had. They were exceptional and rose together as a team in their defence.

    They then faced Tweed River High in the finals. They are a very skillful team, but our boys were up to the challenge and put on an outstanding performance. They narrowly lost 3-2 with a disallowed try for the draw in the dying stages.

  • Pacific Coast Open Girls Team

    girls basketball 001Our Senior girls basketball team played their first game this afternoon against the Under 15 Heat team. (They play club on Wednesday nights but have 2 additional experienced players on their Wednesday night games so this was their first game on their own as ‘Pacific Coast christian School’).

    They lost 26-34 but were really competitive (led the first quarter 10-0, and were up by 2 points with 5 minutes to go). (Had a shocker 3rd quarter).
    It was an awesome hit-out before Coffs. Was great to see the girls looking really professional.

  • Pacific Streams is here!

    2018 08 28 pacific streams winter promoHot off the press! The Winter 2018 edition of Pacific Streams places the spotlight on the dynamic of collaboration and teamwork – between teachers and parents, teachers and support staff, and parents and their children – and highlights the numerous benefits to working in cooperation with each other throughout the Pacific Group of Schools to achieve common goals.​ Happy reading!

  • State Athletics - Junior School

    Congratulations to our 4 Junior School students who travelled to Sydney to compete in the State Athletics today. We are so proud of you!