A.C.S. vision - to provide Christ-centered schooling for children and teenagers on the Taieri and wider district community.

Welcome to Amana Christian School

Who Are We ?

Amana Christian School is an interdenominational independent Christian school established in 2001 to provide Christ-centered schooling for children and teenagers on the Taieri and wider district community.

Amana is a composite school providing full Primary and High School education from Year 1 - Year 13.

Who We Are For

We cater for all school age children from first year new entrants right through to the school leaving age of 18.
Year 1 - Year 13.

Where are We?

We are located in Mosgiel, New Zealand. Situated on the beautiful Taieri plains, and overlooked by the notable Saddle Hill and Maungatua Mountain range.

Like a country school in the middle of town.

Why We are Here?

God, the Holy Spirit, called for a Christian School in Mosgiel. The aim of the staff is to fully develop the God given abilities for each child individually within the context of a Christian family environment.

To develop pathways to mature development - extending the child's achievements in skills and knowledge so that they leave us as men and women sure of their faith, strong in their churches and capable of meeting the challenges of life in the world.

What We Provide.

Our School Provides:
- A Safe and Happy Environment
- Quality Education (Evaluated by ERO as Top Quality)
- Small Classes
- Selected Teachers
- Disciplined Learning
- Approved Interact and A.C.E. Curricula
- Encouraging Work Ethic
- High Moral Standards
- Great Resources
- School Uniform
- Family Involvement
- Secure Future
- Independent Governance
- Christian Life in Action
- Composite School
- Continuity of Schooling
- Signatory to the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students
- Social and Personal Development

What ERO Said.

ERO Report:

Included in the ERO Report for December 2012 were these comments:

"Students' learning benefits from well-organised and attractive classrooms. The school operates senior and junior classrooms. At times students move between these classrooms to receive targeted learning. Teachers know their children well.

The small numbers in each class allow teachers to maximise learning opportunities.

Students can advance rapidly and are able to identify how well they are learning and where they need to improve.

Parents are regularly informed about the progress and achievement of their children.

Students receive very good quality te reo and tikanga Maori learning experiences on a regular basis as well as being introduced to wide multi-cultural experiences."