Stories from our region | Redlands Coast Now | Edition 05

Our family first moved to the Redlands Coast nine years ago.

The immediate affinity we felt towards the natural beauty, relaxed lifestyle and community relationships of this region has only grown stronger in the time we have been here.

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The Redlands Coast has provided a nurturing, engaging and refreshing community to raise our family, form lifelong friendships and contribute towards the flourishing of all who live in this region.

For the past 32 years, Redlands College has been woven into the fabric of the Redlands Coast tapestry.

Our P-12 Christian learning community recognises the significance of educational providers to the advancement of creativity, connectedness and belonging in the Redlands Coast and values the privilege of both forming and educating students as they progress through their learning journey.

Our 1300 students come from all corners of the Redlands Coast, and contribute to our community through service projects, participation in cultural events, sporting engagements and vocational pursuits.

Our home: Redlands College principal Dr Andrew Johnson is pleased that many former students continue living and working in the Redlands.

Our home: Redlands College principal Dr Andrew Johnson is pleased that many former students continue living and working in the Redlands.

Many of the college's 3800 graduates continue to live, work and play in our wonderful slice of earth.

As a learning community, we focus on four key concepts to intentionally invite students to engage with an education grounded in pursuing that which is excellent and praiseworthy: Curious Minds, Loving Hearts, Serving Hands and Purposeful Lives.

Curiosity is the lifeblood of learning, but our pursuit of learning is not solely about accumulating knowledge.

Rather it is about developing an appreciation of the beauty of learning and the significance of engaging with a vocational calling that will bring flourishing to the community in which we live - the beautiful Redlands Coast.

Dr Andrew Johnson.