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A nurturing community

Christian Education

Pacific Hope Christian School is a safe, nurturing and supportive NESA Registered school catering for Years 1-12 students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or a mild to moderate level of Intellectual Disability.
A Youth Support Worker providing assistance to a student with their classwork.

Nurturing and Supportive

Your child will flourish in our welcoming community as we nurture, support and empower them to develop academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. We also invite families to become valued partners and members of our community.

A student and teacher giving each other a high five while learning to play the guitar.

Empathetic Care

Pacific Hope’s foundational Christian values shape our pastoral care for students. Our dedicated staff express kindness, compassion and empathy in teaching your child. Through our Pastoral Care classes, daily devotions and empathetic care, your child will be nurtured holistically so they can thrive.

A Junior School student balancing on the play equipment.

The Whole Child

We teach with a Biblical worldview. Our Christian beliefs and values are infused into all learning to give students an understanding of who they are in Christ whilst they are being educated. We deliver a combination of curriculum teaching with extra-curricular activities and character development for a holistic outcome.

A student raising their hand in class to ask a question.

Student Development

We believe every child is unique, created in God’s image with their own individual strengths and abilities. Our Christian culture, programs and our dedicated Christian staff allow students to know how much they are loved and valued. Our goal is to help them become their best, to be comfortable being themselves and to pursue their own unique personal pathway in life.

A student creating art on an easel during class.

Living With Hope

The Pacific Hope model was initially pioneered in 1979 in Sydney with a model that blended Bible-based instruction, Christian values, and integrated learning. Regardless of the students' diverse challenges and varied intellectual and social abilities, they flourished in this environment. The establishment of Pacific Hope Christian School now reflects the same success and serves the Tweed Head region.