Bridge Builders Program

  • To provide students with a positive Christ-centered education in a safe and nurturing learning environment.
  • We recognise that conflict can be a part of life, but bullying should not be.
  • Staff at MNCC are committed to helping students who require individual emotional and behavioural support to become their best selves.
  • Our whole College approach to addressing wellbeing, conflict resolution, and bullying behaviour equips students to be resilient and effective communicators. Our students feel empowered to deal with everyday conflict and reduce the incidences and impact of bullying in their lives.
  • We aim to develop young adults who contribute to their community. Our students are encouraged to be responsible and respectful in social situations and to care for others. They develop a shared understanding of acceptable and unacceptable behaviours as well as inappropriate language.
  • This then enables students to develop the skills to manage conflict and engage in useful strategies to identify and halt bullying behaviour in themselves or others.
  • Through the ‘Bridge Builders’ program, students learn to take responsibility for, and ownership of, their ability to problem-solve. They develop skills that focus on forming positive, meaningful relationships with their peers and their extended community.
  • Equipped with the skills to actively build bridges in relationships, students are better able to approach all situations with a positive mindset, self-control, and a view to kindness.

We are Intentional

At Mid North Christian College, well-being means more than just feeling good. We are intentionally Christian in our approach to everything we do. Our aim is to provide a safe and positive environment while developing exceptional communication, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills.


All students from Preschool to Year 12 learn to see the world beyond themselves.


Mid North Christian College has invested in our computer network with high speed Internet throughout the College via fibre optic cabling, and high speed switching and wireless networking. All students are protected from inappropriate material with Cyber-hound filtering, which still allows flexibility for the teachers to deliver the content they need to.