Structure and Governance
All that CSA does is shaped by a purposeful commitment to a vision of Christ-centred education that honours God. CSA consists of independent Christian schools, both single and multi-campus entities, that are self-governing. CSA is registered with the ACNC and follows the principles of policy governance, with a small team of executive officers and support staff.
CSA is governed by a National Council, operates as a “policy governance” board, and has responsibility to the member schools for achieving the purposes for which CSA was established. The National Council approves the overall vision and objectives of the organisation from time to time, while operations and management are delegated to the CEO.
As indicated in the CSA Constitution, the Statement of Faith does not exhaust the extent of the beliefs of the company and its members. The Bible itself, as the inspired and infallible Word of God that speaks with final authority concerning truth, morality, and the proper conduct of mankind, is the foundation of all that the company and its members believe.
Statement of Faith
Charter of Membership