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History

Central Coast Adventist School was established in 1969 by a small group of passionate individuals who had a dream for a Christian school on the Central Coast.

The school commenced in a small building on Mann Street with one teacher and just 18 students. In 1970 the campus was relocated to the current site, on land donated by Fred Penrose. Though a semi rural location at the time, today this site is the heart of the Central Coast.

Initially operating as small Kindergarten to Year 10, the decision was made during the 90's to offer the Higher School Certificate (HSC). As a result of this the school experienced significant growth as families were able to both begin and complete their school journey at the school.

Central Coast Adventist School entered into a comprehensive building program to cater for the increasing enrolments and to offer students modern, inspiring and well resourced learning spaces. The school's 4.2 hectares has been developed into a modern, Pre Kindergarten to Year 12 campus with outstanding facilities providing students with a broad range of opportunities and experiences.

Central Coast Adventist School now has a staff of over 110 and some 800 students enrolled.

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