"The most important things in this life, according to Jesus Christ, are loving God and loving others. These are the foundational values of WCC and govern all that we seek to be and do.
WCC endeavours to provide an inspiring learning environment that will encourage each student to achieve their best. We recognise that this means different things for different children.
Students need to be provided with diverse, challenging, and rich educational experiences within a supportive framework. The academic, spiritual, emotional, social and physical well-being of our students is of primary importance to us.
The College greatly values the support of the parent community and seeks to work with families to reinforce Biblical values and standards of conduct.
It is my hope and prayer that WCC will be a community of faith, hope and love, and a place of blessing to its students and their families."
"I am passionate about quality Christian education and love seeing our College fulfill its vision as a Faith-based Learning Community, living and learning together.
With God’s guidance and wisdom and through the inspiration of His Spirit, we are learning to understand God’s world and His story, encouraging each other, and especially our children and young people, to grow in their faith and respond to Him in awe and worship and to His world in service."
"Students at Waverley Christian College, Narre Warren South are nurtured in a loving and stimulating Christian school environment. All our students are provided with diverse, challenging and rich educational experiences and our primary concern is that students have opportunities to experience success in their academic and physical endeavours as well as to grow and develop in their spiritual, social and emotional wellbeing.
Our core belief is that each child is unique and created in God’s image. Our purpose is to support and guide children to develop strong foundations for life and learning as they progress throughout their educational journey at WCC. We do this by providing quality, Christ-centred education in a safe, loving and nurturing community, centred on fostering genuine relationships with all students, where a love of learning is encouraged.
Our hope is that our NWS Campus will be a community of faith, hope and love to everyone we encounter, so that all can experience the fullness of life that comes from knowing God and His plan for each of our lives."
"Our desire as a Primary Team is to be a thriving and dynamic Christian community where together we have fun, love people and learning, and enjoy life while at the same time having God as the focus of who we are and what we do.
Our foundational life elements of character, chemistry, competency and Christ make the world of difference in our immediate and wider community.
We desire that each person understand and grow their God-given talents, value and potential, while at the same time developing into the person that God intended and designed each one to be."
“The Secondary School provides a nurturing, inspiring and a biblically informed learning environment. We embrace Christian education across all levels where we recognise that we live in a world created, structured and upheld by God himself. Everything that we do - whether praying, eating or drinking, or teaching algebra or chemistry - we do to demonstrate our love for God and our neighbour. Our teachers focus on the development of the whole child. Part of this includes fostering the actualisation of each students' God given gifts, talents and abilities for His glory. We value and embrace parent partnership in the educational journey of their children as they progress through their Secondary schooling years.”
"In 2023 we have been given God's gift of student leadership. As captains we wish to impart to our peers an enduring sense of Christian community and fellowship. Our goal is to provide a space for our peers to grow in their faith and learn how to apply their God given abilities and talents in their day to day life within the School. We wish to create a deeper sense of connection within the relationships upheld in the WCC community."
EAIDEN THEKKERKKARA AND SHANNON NG