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School has a new leader to oversee its
growth over the next four years.
But it’s more like business as usual as acting
principal for the last six months Anthony Collier
has accepted an offer to take on the four year term
as principal of the Horn Street campus.
Mr Collier’s predecessor Lisa Dumicich took
up the role of e-Learning coordinator for all three
campuses last year at the conclusion of her term.
“I have really enjoyed my time as acting prin-
cipal this year so when the board offered me the
position I happily accepted,” Mr Collier said.
“I have loved becoming a part of the commu-
nity here. Both my boys attend school here and
my family lives locally. We love it here.”
Mr Collier said he hopes to see the Prep to Year
10 school grow over the next four years and offer
students a comprehensive and nurturing Christian
“We had 14 Preps enrolled this year which is
a spike in recent years and we are hoping to see
larger numbers join us in the future.”
“We are really focused on helping the school
grow and of course improving our students’ edu-
cation outcomes,” he said.
“We want our teachers to gain skills and train-
Chairo has also worked to implement com-
munity service tasks into the curriculum with
students learning about Christian and community
values in the process.
“We have students doing fundraisers, com-
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Role model: Chairo Christian School acting principal Anthony Collier has accepted the role of principal of the Leongatha campus for the
next four years. He is surrounded by some of the students during recess from left, Chad Cornehls, Shoshanah Bishop, Sophie Lunn, Oscar
Davis, Rebecca Caarels, Samantha Morter, Elsie Steenholdt and Leah-Rose Williams Hunt.
Chairo’s new principal steps up
munity barbecues and visiting Woorayl Lodge to
meet with residents,” Mr Collier said.
“Many have worked on gardening for the el-
derly and the children have loved it. They have
shown real enthusiasm for their work.”
The school is focused on including all stu-
dents in its curriculum while providing education
with Christian values.
“We have both Christian and non Christian
families enrolled with us and I think that is because
parents find peace of mind knowing their child is
nurtured and encouraged to thrive. They like the
idea that God loves all children,” Mr Collier said.
“We really value working in partnership with
parents and families because it has been proven
when families are involved in their child’s educa-
tion it will improve their learning outcomes.”
Chairo Christian School’s Come and Try Prep
Day is fast approaching and parents are welcome
to attend the school on Tuesday, July 26 for an
insight into the program.
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