How do you define success?
At Rehoboth, we believe success is defined by how prepared our students are to walk with God, in whatever role He has for them.
Welcome to Rehoboth
Rehoboth is a community of Christian families with a rich heritage stretching back over 50 years. We consider it a privilege to be able to partner with families in the nurturing and education of their children. It is always deeply rewarding to see our students mature into young men and women of strong character, and we value each of them as individuals made in God’s image.
50 Years of Christian Education
Rehoboth is Western’s Australia’s first and most experienced parent-controlled school for Christian families. Our story stretches back to 1959, with the founding of the Association for Christian Education by a group of Dutch migrants who had been educated in Christian schools. As they settled into their new home, these men and women sought to continue this tradition of Christian schooling for their children.
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Teaching and Learning
Our teaching and learning programs allow students to explore their gifts and talents and provide opportunities to develop their individual skills. By training students to think Christianly, build resilience and commit to excellence, we help them understand that their whole lives – whether at school, at home, or wherever they happen to be – come under the Lordship of Christ.
Rehoboth exists as an extension of the Christian home, providing a way for parents to fulfil their God-given responsibility to educate their children and raise them in the ways of the Lord. We encourage a Christian worldview and recognise the centrality of the church in the life of the Christian community, and its place in the College’s history and culture.
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