Olivet Christian College adheres to the requirements of the Australian Curriculum to cover the eight key learning areas. All curriculum at Olivet Christian College is taught through a Biblical Worldview.
For part of the day students work individually, setting and achieving goals and developing responsibility for their own successful learning. Other classes are group orientated and provide students with opportunities for co-operative learning, and inquiry based learning (posing questions, finding resources, interpreting information and reporting on findings).
Eight Key Learning Areas
Olivet has seven general learning class groups:
Our professional and committed staff provide many Extra-curricular Activities and opportunities for the well being of our students, some only possible because of the willingness of staff to give up their own time. Our Extra-curricular Activities include:
Across the whole school with Secondary students supporting Primary students.
Year 3 - 4 attend a bi-annual trip within Victoria to Daylesford, Ballarat or surrounding areas.
Year 5 - 6 attend a bi-annual trip to Canberra
Year 7 - 10 students attend the annual four day Outdoor Ed Camp.
Year 7 - 8 students attend a bi-annual Mornington and Bellarine Peninsula 3-day tour.
Year 9 - 10 students participate in the Work Experience program.
Year 9 - 10 students attend a Melbourne Experience Careers and Culture Camp.
Year 9 -10 students may also have the opportunity to take part in a Missions trip.
Primary and Secondary students are encouraged to exhibit in various regional programs as well as the local Show. Secondary students also exhibit their works at the State Convention held at Moe every October.
Students are given instrumental as well as vocal lessons with Miss Alisha Mitchell.
Year 5/6 students Learn for Life Program with Gavin Alexander.
An intensive program held in Term 1 each year.
Honour Roll Excursions
To support educational learning in locations throughout the state as well as some that are just simple fun activities.