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Vision and Mission

See what drives us every day and see our strategic plan outlining our vision for the near future.

Our Mission.

To educate our students to become informed and responsible global citizens who follow Christ and serve others.

Founded in 1998, Penrith Anglican College quickly established itself as a school that had its basis in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and sought to proclaim His authority in all areas of life, including education. We continue to acknowledge that all things we do as a College should be done for Him. We recognise that this is a high standard to aspire to, but we are committed to glorifying God through all we do.

Our school nurtures and educates young people in accordance with the doctrines, tenets, beliefs and teachings of the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney.

...we are committed to glorifying God through all we do.

We seek to place gospel values at the heart of our community and model our relationships of care on the example of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, whose transforming power is revealed to us through the Bible. We actively nurture and build our students' character and pursue the development of the following values: Compassion, Integrity, Courage, Humility and Perseverance.

Building Character

Our Values

Compassion

We desire to love and serve Christ and those in our community with kindness, justice, mercy and grace.

Integrity

We aspire to be authentic by being honest, trustworthy, respectful and consistent in our interactions. We are accountable and take responsibility for our decisions and actions.

Courage

We endeavour to demonstrate the confidence, strength of character and resilience to embrace challenging experiences and to see the opportunities these provide.

Humility

We value others above ourselves, demonstrating gratitude and forgiveness.

Perseverance

We strive to make the most of every opportunity and commitment with determination and persistence.