TCC was founded in 1979. We are a member of Associated Christian Schools and Independent Schools Queensland.
From the school's inception we have sought to offer a Christian curriculum with an emphasis on character and discovering the God-given talents of each child. The outworking of this philosophy has meant that our Year 12 students leave with our own school-based statement of attainment.
Through the performance of our graduates our school has established a worthy reputation in the community, especially with employers and tertiary providers, in particular with the University of Southern Queensland here in Toowoomba.
Over the last five years over 95% of the Year 12 students have gone on to employment or further studies. This reflects the school's preparation of students for their calling with a emphasis on high academic performances according to the students' ability as well as on the essential development of character.
From the Bible we see that every individual has equal worth because we are all made in the image of God.
This equality before God is the basis for our security and acceptance of one another. Our goal as educators is to establish this fact in the hearts and minds of the students and to help them understand their mission in life.
The school is committed to maintaining its clear Christian focus and small, caring environment. Implicit in this is our desire to treat each student as a creation of God, unique in his or her strengths and weaknesses. As much as possible the child, not the class, is the focus of our attention.
With the help of the Holy Spirit we aim to provide an environment where each student not only learns, but feels secure and accepted, developing the giftings God has given them.
As Principal of Toowoomba Christian College since 1992, it is my pleasure to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in preparing young people to serve the Living God in today's world.
Richard Brown B.App.Sc., Dip.Ed.
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