Born out of the faith and hope of the Christian Outreach Centre (COC), the College began on 16 May 1978 in Kurilpa St, West End, in a storeroom above a warehouse.
Shared facilities with the Church and great faith characterised the humble beginnings of Citipointe Christian College.
Fast-forward to 1982, and the College moved to land purchased at Wecker Road, and into facilities built and funds raised by the COC community.
Among the volunteer builders was Pastor Brian Mulheran, now Principal of Citipointe Christian College, who remembers helping to put the roof on the first building, A Block.
Our founder’s forward-thinking dream of excellence in Christian education is realised today at Citipointe.
More than 1700 students call Citipointe home, making it one of Queensland’s largest P–12 independent schools.
The Citipointe we enjoy today was built on the faith of its founders. Today, the College is instilling that faith in students for generations to come.
Under God’s gracious hand and through the sacrifice and dedication of parents, teachers and students, Citipointe Christian College has flourished.
In 2019, the College published its strategic plan to 2023.
Our goal is to make the College known locally and globally for its Christian distinctives and its spirit of excellence, demonstrated by its students and graduates as they influence society.