WA, Perth, South Eastern Suburbs
Rehoboth Christian College exists as an extension of the Christian home, partnering with parents to support them in their God-given task of nurturing and educating their children.
We were the first parent-directed Christian school to be established in Western Australia, opening our doors in 1966. Today, we operate campuses in Wilson and Kenwick and enrol over 800 students in our co-educational kindy to Year 12 programs.
Over more than 50 years, we have developed the tools and techniques to deliver an outstanding and unique Christian education, working with parents to build a strong foundation for their children.
We operate two campuses located in the southern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. Our Wilson campus caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 6, while Kenwick caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Both campuses are easily accessible by car, bicycle, or public transport. The College also operates three bus routes, including a service between the two campuses.
Whether you prefer to send your child to Wilson or Kenwick Primary, we are able to offer consistent educational programs between both campuses. In some cases, teachers will travel between campuses to deliver lessons.
Read more about about our education programs here.
By the time a student finishes their schooling, they will have spent more than 15,000 hours at school. Who will you trust to help your child navigate their life and learning during that time? Do their teachers share your faith and values?
No educational model is values-neutral, and so we choose to centre ours wholly on Jesus Christ.
Our students are encouraged to pursue personal excellence in their studies and relationships, to take advantage of opportunities to discover their gifts and the calling God has placed on their lives, and to do all things for the glory of God alone.
Whether it be learning through play in early childhood, team teaching and problem-based learning in upper primary, developing 21st-century learning skills in our Year 7–8 Endeavour Program, or ATAR and VET pathways in Years 11–12, Rehoboth students are learning to think, respond, and live Christianly.
Pastoral care is the provision of care and guidance for students, staff, and families, as well as access to appropriate support services. It involves many activities, but the main focus of our pastoral care at Rehoboth is student and staff welfare. In the Secondary School, Year 8-10 Form classes are small “pastoral care” groups, and Form teachers are the people who will maintain a general oversight of your child. The Form teacher is also the person to contact initially if you have any general enquiries, comments, and so on about your child’s progress. In Year 11 and 12, students are divided into two Form groups who meet together for Seminars in Christian Perspectives.
The uniform is compulsory
Accepts international students
Median ATAR 75.8
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