In pursuit of excellence in education the mission of Christian Schools Australia is to assist Christian parents by helping equip students to embrace biblical truth, strive for academic excellence, and model Christ-like leadership to influence their homes, churches and communities for Christ.
Serving Christian Schools
Christian Schools Australia (CSA) is a peer group serving the diverse needs of a large network of independent Christian schools. CSA provides professional services, development, direct assistance, information and advice to its members.
We are a voice for Christian schools, advocating for their needs in the national debate.
We maintain positive relationships with government and others and play a leading role in the public policy debate to ensure the voice of Christian schools is heard.
Every student is made in the image of God. Therefore the unique needs of every child are the primary concern of a Christian school. The Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians emphasises the importance of supporting students’ social, emotional, spiritual and physical development.
A Christian School education meets these important objectives.
Importance of Community
Christian Schools Australia is a voice for independent Christian schools at both State and Federal levels. CSA advocates the needs of students, parents and communities in regards to policy, funding and curriculum. CSA maintains positive relationships with governments and other member associations in the public policy debates to ensure the voice of Christian schools is heard.
Our Vision & Purpose
Vision & Purpose
The purpose of Christian school education is the educational and spiritual development of each individual child. Spiritual formation is an essential component of a Christian school education.
In a Christian school, students are taught that we all are made in the image of God, who wants us to be fulfilled in life and work, in relationship with Him, with each other, and with the world he made for us to enjoy.
CSA welcomes the recent initiative of Minister Stokes to review the registration approach from NESA in NSW. It is consistent with our position put to the Minister at the Christian Education Sector Roundtable Meeting in June this year, that registration processes should be streamlined and risk adjusted. From Cassandra Pendlebury and Mark Spencer
The Deputy Premier, Jackie Trad, has responded to CSA’s series of questions in the lead up to the Queensland State Election on behalf of Queensland Labor. She confirmed that a re-elected Labor Government ‘supports the law as it currently stands, which means that freedoms you currently enjoy will be maintained’. In relation to the development…