Dubbo Christian School marks its 40th anniversary in 2022

Our mission is to provide authentic, responsive and high-quality education that is Bible-based and Christ-centred to prepare, equip and transform lives

Principal Warren Melville
RECEIVING THE BEST: Dubbo Christian School has a strong focus on student support, learning support and pastoral care.

RECEIVING THE BEST: Dubbo Christian School has a strong focus on student support, learning support and pastoral care.

HIGH QUALITY: Education.

HIGH QUALITY: Education.

NEXT year marks the 40th anniversary of the opening of Dubbo Christian School, an important event the staff and students aim to celebrate at the beginning of 2023.

Dubbo Christian School has a staff of about 80 teaching and support personnel.

"Our mission is to provide authentic, responsive and high-quality education that is Bible-based and Christ-centred to prepare, equip and transform lives," principal Warren Melville said.

"We were privileged to be able to host our annual Grandparent's Day this year, in spite of the COVID-19 restrictions.

"It was lovely to see families on site earlier in the year for assemblies and sporting events.

"This year we were able to hold the official opening of our new Technical and Applied Sciences building, and have begun construction on the new Dubbo Christian preschool building."

Mr Melville said school staff aimed to equip students academically and personally for the future.

"To this end, we have a strong focus on student support, learning support and pastoral care across the school," he said.

"DCS aims to encourage our students to take their place as a caring member of the community.

"Within our school we sponsor children through compassion and celebrate Compassion Day.

"This is a fundraising event to raise money for causes close to our heart.

"As a school we have built relationships with nursing homes in our community, and even in lockdown our students are sending letters to brighten an elderly person's day.

"Our students are encouraged to spend time working in the community on DCS Day, and we make it a priority to support community events such as Anzac and Remembrance Day.

"Taking part in the Dubbo City Eisteddfod is an important part of our calendar year."

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