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Les Miserables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, which was first published in 1862. The stage musical version has the prestige of being one of the longest running productions in the world, and still continues to draw millions of people each year to watch the story unfold. It is one of my favourite […]

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Don’t be late!

With a theme of Alice in Wonderland, senior students at Cornerstone have entered into a world of make-believe this evening at their annual school ball. With arrivals displaying the usual creativity, the beautiful young women and their dashing partners were greeted by a white rabbit telling them ‘don’t be late’, and ushered indoors by a […]

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Cornerstone Way

The College’s land in Dunsborough is situated on a road called ‘Cornerstone Way’. The name is intentional. It was chosen as it reflects one of the chief aims of the College – the point of difference that sets up apart. Let me quote the formal descriptor: ‘The Cornerstone Way: The College Board and leadership team […]

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Pebbles Enrolments Being Taken

The ‘‘Pebbles at Cornerstone’’ program is currently taking enrolments for 2015. Pebbles is an exciting initiative, available to children in the following age brackets: Semester 1 2015 (running for the full 2015 school year), is for children who were born between July 1, 2011 & December 31, 2011. Semester 2 2015, is for children who […]

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The Future is Exciting

The College is currently seeking approval from the State Government to grow Cornerstone from a single campus school, to a three campus establishment. In the coming weeks, we hope to be able to deliver positive news about their decision. In effect, the College has grown to near capacity.  From humble beginnings of 17 students and […]

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Student Named as National Award Winner

Eilidh Lucas is a Year 12 student here at Cornerstone Christian College, and was the regional winner of the ‘Young Women in Public Affairs Award’ earlier this year. Established in 1990 by Zonta’s International President Leneen Forde, the Young Women in Public Affairs Award honors young women of age 16 to 19, who demonstrate a […]

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2015 Brings Exciting Developments

2015 Brings Exciting Developments

11 December 2014

Exciting Times! When school returns in 2015, the roll-out of Cornerstone Christian College’s 1:1 device program will be underway! Students in Years 5 to 8 will initially participate in the roll-out, which eventually will encompass all students from Kindergarten to Year 12, with students in Years 3 to 10 all having their own device. A […]

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Just Imagine……..

Just Imagine……..

31 October 2014

Imagine your children being part of a school community that is so strong and connected that students mourn having to leave. Imagine having graduates and senior students who speak encouragement and hope into the lives of their younger peers. Imagine having a group of young men and women who are about to leave the school […]

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Summer’s Storm

Summer’s Storm

31 October 2014

Brianna Abbott, a Year 9 student at the College, recently displayed some literary creativity that we think is worthy of displaying right here. Mr Heyes was particularly impressed with her piece and we delight in sharing it with you now. Summer’s Storm The street was deserted. The last dribble of late afternoon shoppers had scurried […]

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Our Core Business

Our Core Business

19 September 2014

Cornerstone’s very name is derived from a Christian concept. The founding fathers of the College, all professing and active members of local churches, saw the power of transformation that Christian hope brings. With this personal belief in place, they birthed that initial tiny school as a means of sharing the message of good news that […]

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Contributors to Community

Contributors to Community

08 September 2014

Several years ago, during our Long Service Leave, my wife Ren and I had the opportunity to stay in a monastery in Italy. The following story brought those wonderful memories flooding back to me. The tale speaks of a visitor to a monastery, who noted in the garden there was a freshly dug grave. The […]

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Leadership

Leadership

25 August 2014

Leadership has been defined as “a process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task”. I would like to take a moment to pull this definition apart. At Cornerstone, we believe that part of our mission is to develop leaders, and […]

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Forensic Science

Forensic Science

14 August 2014

Students at Cornerstone Christian College were granted a rare privilege this week, by participating in a Forensic Science workshop. The program, this year being presented as ‘A Case of Identity’ is operated by Education Interaction, which has its foundation within the University of Technology in Sydney and Forensic Science NSW.  The roadshow travels throughout Australia, […]

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The Musical Comedy

The Musical Comedy

14 August 2014

Last week saw the production of ‘Frankenstein, the Musical Comedy’ performed by the Secondary students at Cornerstone Christian College. Mrs Estelle Dragstra and her team of gifted students, took the audience on an enjoyable journey through a classic tale that was turned on its head – to deliver a wonderful message about the ridiculousness of […]

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Exciting News

Exciting News

11 August 2014

The Hon Peter Collier MLC, the Minister for Education, wrote us a letter last week and I delight in being able to share the contents with you. We have been given approval by the State Government to proceed towards the relocation of our Secondary school to Vasse and the establishment of a Primary school in […]

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Change

Change

25 July 2014

I used to be responsible for making our kids’ breakfast every morning. Like clockwork, I could be depended upon to make them oatmeal! Every….Single…..Day. You could say I was on familiar ground and was acting on what I believed was good for them. My endeavours came to an abrupt end when one morning I discovered […]

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