The RPCS Story
From God’s calling, an interim committee was formed in 1974 to establish a distinctly Christian high school. The following year, the committee invited churches, including Regents Park Baptist Church and Lidcombe-Berala Baptist Church, to share in the ministry. On 2 February 1976, Christian Community High School (CCHS) started with 13 students in makeshift accommodation at Lidcombe-Berala and Regents Park Baptist Churches.
From this humble beginning the high school rapidly grew with modern facilities and a diverse curriculum. Since the 1990s, the school has been at the forefront of developments in vocational education and training as part of the senior high school curriculum.
New premises were opened in 1986, 1990 and 2000. The new millennium saw changes in student support structures including the introduction of Year Advisors, Academic Advisors, and a Youth Pastor, all aimed at helping students and families.
The high school sourced a significant number of its student intake from Christian feeder schools. From the beginning of 2005 South Granville Christian Community School, previously a feeder primary school, was integrated into the operations of Christian Community High School Limited and the name of the company changed to Christian Community School Limited. The name of the school also changed to Regents Park Christian School.
In 2011, the two primary campuses at South Granville were amalgamated into the Regents Park campus to create a single Kindergarten to Year 12 school. The first new primary building commenced operation in 2011 and was completed when the second stage was opened in 2016.
Regents Park Christian School aims to provide an education supporting the values of the Christian home and to help students grow into balanced, effective Christian citizens who seek to honour God and to further His Kingdom.