The school started with 17 students in the Church of Christ manse in Rosemary Drive, Busselton.
Phillip Anderson was appointed as the founding Principal.
The school was named Cornerstone Christian Community School.
Keith Newby was appointed to the role of Principal and took over responsibility from Phillip Anderson.
5 acres of land was donated to the school by Ted and Bette Packard. This package of land is the current school site.
The initial buildings were completed and the school relocated to the current location (then known as Walshes Road).
Keith Newby announced his resignation as principal. The School Board appointed Graeme Cross to commence in January 2003.
The School Board announced its intention to introduce an enrolment policy change, which made Cornerstone’s Christian based educational programs available to the wider community.
The Leadership Team and Board introduced the Cornerstone ‘Challenge’, ‘Way’ and ‘Charter’ as a means of redefining the new strategic direction for the school.
The name of the school was changed from ‘Cornerstone Christian Community School’ to ‘Cornerstone Christian College’. The new name provided consistency with the new ‘Charter’ and paved the way for the introduction of Year 11 and 12 programs. The intention to introduce Year 11 programs in 2007 and Year 12 programs in 2008 was announced. The College’s student population at this time was 180 (Kindergarten to Year 10).
Year 11 programs were introduced for the first time at Cornerstone.
The college’s enrolment grew to 360 students.
The first group of Year 12 students graduated from Cornerstone Christian College after completing the WA Certificate of Education requirements. Those opting to sit TEE exams achieved great success and received offers from a range of universities. Some received TER scores in the top 10% of the state.
Graeme Cross announced his desire to complete further studies and resigned as Principal. Bruce Douglas was announced as the incoming Principal.
Bruce Douglas commenced as Principal.
Student numbers topped the 400 mark.