What is boarding?
Many advantages can be gained from living in a caring Christian community with other young people who share similar goals, lifestyles and experiences. The transitional year from secondary schooling to tertiary studies can be overwhelming and for many of our residents this also means they are moving away from home for the first time.
As a Christian community, we endeavour to create a warm and caring environment and we believe that all our residents have the right to live in a safe and harmonious environment.
What do you get?
- full boarding means three meals a day, seven days a week including a cut lunch system for those at lectures during the day, and a late dinner provision for those with late afternoon/evening lectures
- all linen (except quilts and covers) is supplied weekly
- laundry facilities on campus
- single bed/study rooms which include a good study area, vanity cupboard and mirror, double wardrobe and cupboard storage
- telephone and internet
- separate female and male residential floors
- separate communal bathrooms
- kitchenettes to make light refreshments containing fridge, microwave, electric kettle, toaster and snack maker
- common rooms with TV
- music room
- recreation facilities
- individual mailboxes
- secure premises
- on site parking