Parents in the rural outskirts of Darwin seek to establish a Christian school in their own area.
Litchfield Christian School is born in the Freds Pass sporting precinct (where the Freds Pass Rural Markets are held). It includes three primary classes. The school is designed in a tropical homestead style, with large undercover verandahs.
The school expands to include Year 7 for students moving into secondary education, and an Early Learning Centre to provide long daycare for 3-5 year olds.
Year 10 commences onsite for the first time as a campus of NT Christian College – NT Christian School’s senior years provider.
Enrolments dip to 98 students – we clearly have some work to do! The team rolls up their sleeves and get cracking!
Enrolments rise to 176 – the largest enrolment in the history of Sattler Christian College.
The College welcomes a redesigned school logo. The logo retains heritage of the past with reference to scripture of eagles wings, the Holy Trinity in three circles, and the cross into an eagles wing. The three feathers represent the trinity and the cross within it.
We start our first Year 11 classes, with enrolments again setting a new record in the 200s. We also aim to deliver our own independent before and after school care service for our families.
In 2024, we will commence our first ever Year 12 classes at Sattler Christian College. In 2025, we aim to deliver the first phase of our $30 million strategic master plan as the school triples in size in land holdings. We expect enrolments to be around 300 students.
By 2030, we aim to be a double-streamed school with an enrolment of approximately 500 students on our expanded site in the Freds Pass sporting precinct area.