Australian Christian College – Southlands

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Australian Christian College - Southlands
Australian Christian College - Southlands Crest.png
Growing in Christ
26 Brewster Road, Albany WA 6330, Australia Australia
Type Independent, co-educational, on-campus & distance education
Denomination Christian
Established 2006
Principal Mr John Matthews
Grades Kindergarten to Year 12
Enrolment 739 (June 2012)
Colour(s)          Navy blue and white
Affiliations Australian Christian Colleges

Australian Christian College – Southlands is a co-educational school, located in Albany, Western Australia, Australia. The School has grades ranging from Kindergarten to Year 12. As of 2013, Year 12 students will be able to complete their WACE at the school.


The vision of the School is to develop students who are equipped spiritually, academically, socially and physically to be a positive influence on the world in which they live.


The School is owned and operated by Christian Education Ministries Ltd[1] and is a member of the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia.


Principal Mr John Matthews assumed the role in late 2011 having previously worked in leadership positions at a number of Christian and Anglican schools in Perth. The school has grown to approximately 740 students.[2] In 2012, the school campus was upgraded with classrooms renovated and extensive landscaping occurring.

Student locations[edit]

Most students that attend the school reside in Albany, Mt Barker, Denmark, Youngs, Manypeaks and surrounds. In addition, the school offers distance education to students who reside across Western Australia.


Enrolment is open to Christian students of all denominations as well as non-Christian students. Non-Christian students wishing to enroll must accept their Christian teaching and ethos.

Australian Christian College – Southlands is one of six Australian Christian Colleges located in Australia.


  1. ^ "Christian Education Ministries Ltd". Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "ACARA". Retrieved 19 October 2012. 

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Coordinates: 34°59′S 117°55′E / 34.99°S 117.92°E / -34.99; 117.92