Students entering the College are not required to have a commitment to, or an association with, the Christian faith. It is, however, a condition of enrolment that all students respect, and participate fully in, the Christian program of the College.
All LJBC students participate in a weekly Christian Education lesson, which emphasises basic Biblical teaching common to all Christian traditions, and the relevance to our lives of faith in God. The Christian Education program is contemporary and age relevant, ranging from Bible stories in the Primary years to discussion of complex ethical and life issues in Senior Secondary Christian Education classes.
LJBC students take part in worship, devotions, Bible readings and prayer. Christian values and a Biblical viewpoint are incorporated into all aspects of the life of the College, including the curriculum. Students who are practising Christians, or who wish to explore the Christian faith in greater detail, enjoy attending various lunchtime and after school groups and weekend camps.
Staff members of the College are committed Christians involved in their local churches in a variety of denominations. Teaching staff are selected for their high standards of training, their dedication to teaching and their personal Christian faith.