Covenant Christian School (Canberra)

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Covenant Christian School
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For Christ's Crown and Covenant
Canberra, ACT
Australia Australia
Type Independent, Co-educational, Christian, Day
Established 1991
Principal Martin Keast
Grades Kindergarten – Year 10
Colour(s) Royal Blue and Gold[1]          

Covenant Christian School, formerly known as Covenant College, is an independent Christian primary and high school located on Woodcock Drive, Gordon in the Australian Capital Territory and owned and operated by an association of like-minded Christian parents and supporters. The official theological position of the school is based on the Westminster Confession of Faith and other expressions of the reformed faith. It currently caters for pupils in years K-10 and is co-educational.

Covenant opened in 1991. As of 2013, it had a roll of around 136 students, and a college feeder program with Trinity Christian School for pupils in years 11 and 12. The school aims to provide quality Christ-centered education to students from Protestant denominations.

In 2013 the school entered into a new phase of its development as it opened its doors to non-Christian students as well as Christian students.

From 2014, the school changed its name to Covenant Christian School, which more clearly reflects its role as a provider of Primary and Secondary education.


  1. ^ Uniform 2015, Covenant Christian School, accessed 1 November 2015, <>

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Coordinates: 35°26′24″S 149°05′25″E / 35.44012°S 149.0902°E / -35.44012; 149.0902