Principal's Welcome Message
Welcome to Edinburgh College

Our mission is to develop children of character in a faith nurturing environment that promotes academic excellence and a commitment to service.

We at Edinburgh College know ‘WHY we come to work each day’.  We believe and prayerfully promote the wonderful daily invitation of ‘taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him’ (Psalms 34:8).  

Our mission is to develop children of character in a faith nurturing environment that promotes academic excellence and a commitment to service.  Our caring, talented and dedicated Edinburgh College staff and volunteers endeavour to be the best educators and support officers possible.  We strive to understand each of our student’s individual learning journeys; their learning preferences, what inspires them, how they can turn failure and/or disappointment into a growing opportunity, and why it is valuable to be Respectful, Responsible, Resilient and to have a Willingness to Learn in any given community.

Our Crest clearly reflects our ‘Why’: The crown on the crest recognises that God, in the form of the three members of the Trinity, is at the head of all that occurs at the school. This acknowledgement is supported by the motto “In Him We Live” and encapsulates the view that God is an integral part of our lives. The open Bible and the dove indicate that the school is guided by the Word of God as enlightened by the Holy Spirit. The laurel garland on the sides represents the prize of achievement.

We believe and prayerfully promote the wonderful daily invitation of ‘taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him’ (Psalms 34:8).

Edinburgh College is a private Christian school owned and operated by Seventh-day Adventist Schools (Victoria) Ltd.  It provides a comprehensive academic program, from Early Learning to Year 12, in harmony with Christian beliefs, values and lifestyle.  Edinburgh College provides Christ-centered education for the community.  Adventist education is Bible-based, Christ-centred, child safe, service-oriented and Kingdom-directed. It aims for a balanced development in the lives of students, encouraging them to choose a personal relationship with Jesus, serving Him in this world until He comes again. These features, infused through the schools’ policies, procedures and practices provide the Special Character of Adventist Education, based on the fundamental beliefs and values of the Seventh-day Adventist church.

Our worldwide network of Adventist schools operate education systems in over 100 countries, and has become a significant contributor to the employing over 84,000 teachers and currently educating over 1.6 million students.

Today, Adventist School Australia serves the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church by providing strategic direction and support to 50 school campuses spread across Australia that are offering Christian education to 13,000 students.

Sincerely,

Tim Borgas

Edinburgh College