High School

High School

The Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 classrooms at NVCCS provide students with opportunities to discover, explore and learn about the world that God has made. The curriculum is comprised of English, Maths, Science, History and Geography, PDHPE, Music, Visual Arts, Languages, Technology Mandatory, Commerce, Drama, Marine and Aquaculture Technology, Information Software Technology and Industrial Technology Timber. The School also has a formal partnership with Camden Haven High School which allows students to have options for courses not listed.

The school has new purpose built High School facilities with a five year Strategic Master Plan for facilities development into the future. A library, two new classrooms and an extended administration block commenced in 2016 are scheduled for completion early in 2017.

Students are able to be involved in some or all of the following learning areas:

  • Creating digital novels, publishing a newspaper and analyse and creating poetry in their particular area of interest.

  • Discovering formulas and constructions in a variety of mathematical pathways.

  • Experimenting and learning about the science of the world.

  • Exploring the wonders of God's creation and the complexities of His design in both physical and cultural geography.

  • Growing in their understanding of God's plans throughout history and how the past impacts the present and the future.

  • Being involved in musical performances and compositions.

  • Applying their different talents in artistic and creative ways.

  • Training their bodies and learning about the importance of holistic, healthy lifestyles.

The learning environment in Year 7-10 is one in which students are encouraged to:

  • Refine their ideas

  • Grow their skills

  • Apply their talents

  • Train their bodies

  • Expand their thinking

  • Maintain high standards

  • Complete all work to the best of their ability

  • Learn together

  • Find what's missing

  • Explore what's possible

  • Be faithful with what God has given them

Technology opportunities are constantly integrated in and across subject areas, with students having access to laptops and internet research.

In 2017 for the first time NVCCS will teach students from Kindergarten through to Year 12 and the HSC.

The school has been expanding its facilities, teacher base and breadth of qualifications and curriculum to deliver its first HSC graduates in 2018.

Dates to remember



Saturday 10th - Year 12 Graduation Dinner

Monday 12th - Rememberance Day Combined Assembly

Monday 19th - Year 11 Starts Compressed Courses

Tuesday 20th - LNAP Literary Visit

Thursday 22nd - AIME Mentoring Program - SCU

Friday 30th - Zone Soccer, 5-a-side, Lismore