At Victory College our approach to education is underpinned by our Christian ethos. Our aim is to prepare our students to live purposeful lives and we do this by educating students in Christian Studies as well as undertaking programs of service and cultural celebration.
All members of our school community can explore and celebrate faith within a supportive Christian environment. Through our chapel services, Christian Studies curriculum, pastoral care, and mission programs, students develop an understanding of Christian values and what they bring to their approach in life.
We value the understandings of loving God and loving one another, and of being whole-heartedly committed to social justice, community service, and compassionate leadership.
We also acknowledge, respect and celebrate the diversity of all individuals and their cultures, embracing all people as vital and valued members of society.
The College provides an education that engages the body, soul and spirit, encouraging students to embrace academic, physical, creative, spiritual, emotional and social endeavours.
Our College purposefully promotes a commitment to the service of others and a responsibility for the environment.
As a Christian school we seek to embed in our learning environment traditional values drawn from our Australian Christian heritage. Our committed Christian teachers model these values through relationships, conduct, presentation and work ethic. All students undertake Christian Studies and attend chapel weekly.
While we are a Christian College, we also uphold the values of freedom and choice by respecting the rights of all people to live by other faiths. All members of our community accept that we lovingly commend the Christian faith to our students and that we encourage each other through prayer and support to be followers of Jesus Christ.
All students attend Chapel once a week. Times and presentation vary depending on which sector of the College the student is enrolled in. Lower Primary Chapel is very different to Senior School Chapel. The format varies each week and may include guest speakers, films and student involvement.
The aim is to inspire, entertain, inform and challenge students, and, above all, to encourage a deeper relationship with God.
All students take Christian Studies with teachers who are also actively involved with the pastoral care of students.
The Christian Studies curriculum has been designed to give students the opportunity to explore the Bible, reflect on life issues from a Christian point of view and develop their faith in God.
The College also benefits from strong pastoral care provided by Victory Church’s pastoral staff.