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A Christian Day School Glenvale Christian School (GCS) is a school that presently caters for years ‘Kindy’ through 7. It endeavours to apply the Christian faith to all areas of life and therefore to every part of the school curriculum.

Run by Christian Parents We believe that God has given parents the primary responsibility to educate their children. Hence what happens at the school must harmonise with and complement what happens in the home..

Through an Association Since not all parents are equipped to teach their children all the things they need to learn for life parents delegate this responsibility to teachers appointed by board members of the Christian School Association.That is part of the CEN network“Christian Education National” is the umbrella group under which hundreds of Christian Schools in Australia operate. It is linked to many similar organisations in other parts of the world.

633 Boundary Street, Glenvale, 4350

9:00am->3:15pm
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
46340113
http://www.gcs.qld.edu.au/

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