Welcome to Torrens Valley Christian School
Torrens Valley Christian School was established in 1980 by local Christian parents who had a vision for a nurturing Christian school community, firmly rooted in biblical truths and grounded on the Word of God. We see partnership with parents as an integral part of this process, where the responsibility for the education and Christian nurture of children is an extension of what is being taught at home.
Our school is a multi-denominational, co-educational school offering authentic Christian education in a nurturing, caring and stimulating environment for approximately 600 students from Reception to Year 12.
We provide a distinctive and authentic Christian education that is based on a biblical worldview and is strongly founded in the Scriptures. We foster personal growth and academic success in a safe and loving environment.
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Hear what our parents have to say!
It was really important to us to have our children educated in a Christian environment where believing in Jesus is recognised and encouraged by teachers, staff and their peers. Having four children move into different year levels we were anxious about how the transition would go, since coming from a much smaller school.
When they came out of the school gate at the end of the day their faces said it all. I was collecting smiling, bright-eyed children at the end of the day.
Teachers show their love by communicating in a loving way toward us and our children. We felt blessed to be part of the community at Torrens Valley and the children felt that too.
We want our children to become well-educated young people who can go into the world as individuals who care for others and make a difference wherever they go. Torrens Valley support that and we are thankful for the school, staff and community surrounding our family.
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Acknowledgement of Country
At Torrens Valley Christian School, we wish to acknowledge God as creator of all.
We acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional owners and custodians of this land we meet upon. We pay our respects to Kaurna elders who have gone before us and those who stand with us and those to come.
We acknowledge our nation’s past and stand together for the future, celebrating the contribution of all First Nations peoples to the land we live, learn, and play on.