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Faith Christian School offers more than a Distance Education. Our school equips families to Achieve Through Christ.

Why Distance Education?

Distance Education gives more freedom to explore a wider variety of options and strategies for students, without the hassle of a school commute or the scheduling limitations of Day School.

FAQs

  • What are the school fees?

    The current school fees can be found on our fees page.

  • What equipment do I need for day-to-day learning?

    The essential equipment required includes: a laptop or desktop computer; access to the internet; and basic stationery (Such as coloured and led pencils, glue, scissors, a ruler, etc.). Some recommended equipment includes: a printer; external hard drive; Microsoft Office and Adobe Reader; an external mouse and monitor (if using a laptop).

  • Can I enrol mid-year or mid-term?

    Yes, we are currently taking enrolments year-round, please contact our Enrolments Team to discuss the best time to enrol your child with us.

  • What subjects do students study?

    Students in Prep – Year 10 are required to study the following core subjects: English, Maths, Science and HASS (Humanities and Social Science). The following subjects will supplement their learning throughout their education journey: Technology, Drama, Visual Art, Dance, Media, Japanese, Spanish and HPE. Please contact our Enrolments Team

  • Do I need to live in QLD to enrol at Faith?

    Families are required to be registered to a QLD residential address in order to be able to enrol at Faith. Faith has a number of families who have a registered QLD residential address but are currently traveling around Australia and the World!
  • What Documents are Required for Enrolment?

    Documentation that is required for successful completion of enrolment includes:

    • Student birth certificates for proof of identity
    • The last 2 semesters of school reports
    • Relevant medical history documentation
    • Any court documents pertaining to guardianship arrangements
    • Student ID photo
  • How is learning structured?

    Students are provided with Workbooks for each subject at the start of the term. The home educator supervises their child’s learning and ensures they are staying up to date with their lessons and understanding the material. Home educators can contact their teacher if they require support. Students in Year 7 – 12 also have the opportunity to attend weekly online classes for each of their subjects.

  • Who are the Faith teachers?

    Our registered teachers are based throughout Queensland, so that families have a teacher in their neighbourhood. These teachers can visit families in person throughout the year and are there to support your family throughout the entirety of your child’s schooling journey. Your teachers are your main point of contact and can be called for support at any point throughout the school day.

    Check out our Staff Directory here!

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Looking at enrolment with Faith in 2023? Enquire for more information!

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