Vision, Mission & History


Generations transforming our region, our world.

Cornerstone Christian College cultivates a holistic Christian and evidence informed education so students can flourish with Christian character as citizens in their communities.


  • To enable our students to be immersed and engaged in up-to-date curriculum.
  • To explore, understand and critique everything with a Christian worldview.
  • To identify and develop students’ unique God-given talents and plan for their life.
  • To develop faith in Jesus Christ, and actively pursue Godly wisdom for life.
  • To identify and develop students’ unique God-given talents and plan for their life.
  • To possess confidence, integrity, humility, discipline, and resilience.
  • To demonstrate love, compassion, respect, repentance, and purity.
  • To encourage enthusiasm and perseverance in learning.
  • To develop a mind-set in students to challenge their own limits.
  • To be responsible role-models in our community.
  • To make a positive difference in the lives of others.

OUR History

Cornerstone Christian College (then Cornerstone Christian Community School) commenced in January 1986 after a 3-year journey of planning and prayer by a group of families who had a vision for bringing Christian education to Busselton. Beginning with just 17 students, within 3 years the school had moved to the current location, on land donated by Tedd & Betty Packard.

By 2015 the College had grown to over 500 students from Pre-Kindy to Year 12 and Early Learning Centre on a neighboring site. Construction commenced on the Dunsborough campus on land donated by George and Win Burt. Cornerstone, Dunsborough officially opened for students in 2016 and is now officially Dunsborough Christian College.

With continued growth and new challenges, the decision was made to integrate with Chistian Community Ministries Ltd (CCM), an organisation with extensive experience in the management of Christian schools and dedicated to the growth of Christian education in Australia. CCM officially took over governance of the school in 2019.