We are a well-resourced, large and purpose-built school with a wide variety of opportunities beyond the classroom where students can pursue their skills, passions and life-long dreams.
More that just a rigorous academic program, our students have unique gifts and talents in sport, creative arts, music, sciences and more. Wherever their passion lies, we do everything to strengthen their talents, introduce them to resources, contacts, offer extension activities, help them represent our school beyond our grounds, cheer them on and help them shine.
Our robust co-curricular program helps students develop skills and resilience that are essential to success.
Every child is encouraged to participate and ‘give it a go’. Our students learn to never give up and develop a ‘can do’ attitude as a part of their team.
Alongside our academic and vocational programs, there are several rich learning opportunities that arise through extensive co-curricular activities, faith-in-action missions trips, camps, Chapel Band, choir, creative pursuits, book clubs, chess, coding and sporting interests.
We believe in the potential of every single child that enters our school gates, which is why we invest heavily in an enriching co-curricular program that for many students, result in and life-changing experiences.
theatre courses, clubs and musicals as a part of our Creative Academy
cocurricular areas to pursue your various passions
competitions to represent PCS on local, interstate and national levels
annual service learning trips to places like Uganda, Mexico and Cambodia
resources in our iCentre junior and secondary libraries
The Academy seeks to provide a broad range of creative opportunities for students (from Prep to Year 12), with both private and group tuition options available.
We promote an active lifestyle, social interaction, and a strong sense of sportsmanship and fair play.
Our mission is to go say “To go beyond ourselves by engaging, giving and going to the vulnerable in our community, both locally and globally.”
The F1 in Schools™ Technology Challenge is the world’s largest secondary school technology program. It involves over nine million students from 17,000 schools in 31 nations.
The ICT Department at Penrith Christian School is continually trying to push the boundaries with technology in education. We are an e-smart school that prepares students for the future.
Christian schools aim to prepare students to live full, productive and purposeful lives, contributing to the
Christian schools aim to prepare students to live full, productive and purposeful lives.
Contributing to the wellbeing of their families, communities and as global citizens.
Students learn to find their purpose in following Jesus and using their gifts to serve others.
Christian schools are communities of grace, belief and practice.
PCS is closely aligned with parents and churches in their communities.
All of the teachers become your personal cheer squad and always encourage you to follow your dreams and help you every step of the way. I would never have got to realise my passion on the sporting field if it wasn't for the teachers believing in me and shaping the way.
Early Childhood Learning Staff made Preparatory School such a great beginning for my daughter who has battled cancer since the age of 14 months. Last year was her first year in remission where she got to learn how to walk and do things that children her age do. Going to Prep School is an amazing privilege for her that we are so thankful for. To witness her having fun with friends and sharing great stories of normal things is unbelievably wonderful. Thank you for making her feel welcome, safe and cared for.