We are purposefully Christian, upholding the faith, values and lifestyle of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Being a Seventh-day Adventist Christian School, with our values of Compassion, Hope, Excellence, Respect and Integrity, we aim to reflect who we are and what we stand for.
These values permeate our curriculum, influence our policies and procedures and can be seen in the everyday interactions between our staff and our students. Sharing our biblical beliefs with students and families through worships, chaplaincy support and our Bible curriculum, are also some of the ways we live our Christian faith at Hills Adventist College.
We welcome all faith traditions into our community, however do ask that all families show respect for and embrace our College values and Christian approach. We encourage you to learn more about the Seventh-day Adventist Church and what we believe. See below for further information ("Who Are Adventists"), check out adventist.org.au online, or feel free to speak to our staff during a Campus Tour or Principal's Interview.
Saturday, the Seventh-day Sabbath is observed from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday, and no extra-curricular activities are held on this day. We do have churches on both our Castle Hill and Kellyville campuses that run Sabbath (Saturday) services, including programs for children, and all are welcome to attend. Please contact the College for more information.
We’ve identified 10 Distinctives that we believe set us apart—these can help you decide if we’re the right fit for your family.
We draw strength from 47 local Adventist schools and our massive global family of over 8,500 schools.
We actively engage in building community with students and their families.
Our teachers not only care about their students but truly serve them with their best interests at heart.
We provide opportunities for students to serve others, believing that an outward focus is good for mind, body and soul.
We take the time to get to know and understand our students, fostering in them a sense of belonging and involvement.
As a Christian school, we believe that a life centred in Jesus brings hope both now and for the future.
We instill students with confidence, a knowledge of themselves and the tools they need for effective communication and problem solving.
We see the world through a Christian lens and emphasise a values based, wholistic education to give students the tools they need to succeed in life.
We encourage good physical and mental health through a co-ordinated well-being program designed to enhance student potential.
We teach our students time tested, biblical values that shape hearts and minds, preparing them for all of life’s challenges.
Hills Adventist College offers a comprehensive education for your children, from Pre-school, and a Pre-Kinder year called ‘Prep’, to Primary School and onto Secondary School across two campuses.
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