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A word from our Principal

An interesting story popped up on my phone this morning as I was perusing the news of the day. It was entitled “From 140kg to 100km.” The article went on to explain how a Beerwah mother of two, who had weighed 140kg, decided to change her lifestyle 6 years ago. She began walking and changed her diet. It had been a long process but six days ago, on 16th October, she attempted the Blackall 100km run and won it! The article displayed a photo of her 6 years ago and a photo today. The difference was incredible.

 My thoughts were – this would have taken so much effort and will power, and would definitely not happen overnight. But what a result!!

 There are many things that happen in a school which seem to take a lot of effort, time and willpower. However, the result IS worthwhile!

 We are so thankful that we finally have our Senior Block in operation. If you are available, please come and join us at 4pm on 29th October as we officially open the building and give thanks for its progress.

 We are also in the process of proofreading our very first Year Book. Again, this has been a big project that has taken time and effort from many people especially our Marketing team; however, it will be so worthwhile on completion. The final page will be the Senior Formal on the 19th November. It will be sent to printers and, failing any problems, will be back to us by the end of December, to be distributed in early January.

 In life, there are many things that take time, effort and willpower. At Bayside Christian College, we encourage staff and students to set goals that match their dreams and with God’s help, take time, effort and willpower to achieve great results.



Murray Hine Trophy Winners

The Physical Education department this year have implemented an exciting new program for year 10s, which requires all students to participate in achieving their Bronze Medallion or Bronze Star. This program is a valuable opportunity which engages students in learning and achieving  a variety of water life saving components including water rescues and first aid. The Royal Life Saving Society of Queensland recently awarded our school as the “Murray Hine Trophy Winner”. This award recognises the school in Queensland with the highest number of participants. Congratulations to 18 of our teachers and students for achieving their Bronze medallion and 3 students for achieving their Bronze Star.

Murray Hine Trophy

JC Action Sports Team

We were blessed to have the JC Action Sports Team visit Bayside last Friday. The Students enjoyed an action packed performance which included our very own Chappy Josh. 

JC Sports
Josh Fountain

11/12 ICT

Students in the year 11/12 Information & Communication Technology subject have been exploring various types of interactive games. They are comparing and contrasting physical motion, accuracy and engagement using various console and virtual reality devices and applications. Students will use this research experience to assist in their own individual game level design for this unit of study. Who knew learning maths and physics could be so creative and fun!!!!!!!!


Spelling Bee

This weekend is the start of the Station Square Spelling Bee which sees schools from around the area compete against each other for prizes for the competitors and winning schools. Bayside Christian College has five teams entered across three year group categories. Students have been practising for the event over several weeks and are excited that it is now happening on Saturday. We wish all competitors the very best as they compete in this community event.


Spelling Bee Photo


Hervey Bay Triathlon Club Race 3

There were big numbers at the Seafront Oval on the weekend for the third race of the local triathlon series. The sun was shining, the water was flat, and there were lots of BCC Multisport athletes in action. It was exciting for the athletes in U12 and above to trial a new timing chip system – it was even more exciting to see the final race times. Visit to check them out! Double thumbs up to Hervey Bay Triathlon Club and Hervey Bay Surf Life Saving club for a superb morning of racing. Well done to everyone out there who took to the start line.


  • Nilay
  • Jaydee
  • Chai
  • Amika


  • Saisha
  • Rose
  • Lilly


  • Rory
  • Tyler


  • Colton
  • Abbey


  • Lars 
  • Mrs Mudge (team)

Upcoming Triathlons

Event: Triathlon (swim / ride / run)

When: Sunday, November 7, 2021

Time:  From 6am

Where:  Bargara


  • Hatchlings (Under 7’s) –50m wade / 1km ride / 150m run
  • Turtles (U10) – 50m swim / 3km bike / 500m run
  • Give It a Try (13yo +) – 375m swim / 10km bike / 2.5km run
  • Sprint (14yo+) – 750m swim / 20km bike / 5km run

Registration link:

 Event: 2022 WBSS Aquathlon and Triathlon Selections

Please note the following:

  • Trials will be held on Saturday 20 November as part of the Hervey Bay Triathlon Club’s “Hervey Bay 100 Super Saturday Event”.
  • Entries and payments are completed online via the HBTC link provided not the WBSS Online Shop.
  • Age Groups for 2022 are:


7 to 10 years                     

Born 2012 – 2015

200m run / 50m swim / 200m run



Born 2011 or 2010

1km run / 200m swim / 1km run


 13/14 Years

Born 2009 and 2008

300m swim / 10km bike / 2km run


15/16 Years

Born 2007 and 2006

500m swim / 15km bike / 4km run


17/18/19 Years

Born 2005, 2004 & 2003

750m swim / 20km bike / 5km run


Triathlon Collage
Cultural Evening 2021

Scholarships 2022

We are accepting Scholarship Applications until the 31st October.  If you are considering applying, please go to the following link and download your application form.

Scholarship Program

Enrolments 2022


As the end of the School year fast approaches, we will be finalising our numbers for 2022. If your family is relocating, or you are not planning on returning to Bayside Christian College, please contact Administration on (07) 4124 4417 or email
We would also like to encourage anyone that is thinking about enroling, to do so as soon as possible. We are currently processing applications and have begun the interview stage of our application process. Please note: if your child already has a sibling attending Bayside, or our Sunshine Kindy, an Enrolment Application will need to be submitted and an enrolment interview organised. This is a part of our Enrolment Process. A once off, non-refundable, $50 enrolment application fee must be paid before your application can be processed.
The Learning Curve
BCC Prayer Group
Walk Around Australia
Weekly Scripture

Prayer Requests

Please send your prayer requests to A note to parents: these requests will be put on SEQTA notices for students and families to pray about.

Prayer Requests