Central to Bayview College’s ethos is the expectation that all Bayview College students will utilise their character strengths and contribute their rich and varied talents in the classroom, on the sporting field, on the stage or in the wider community. Students are continually challenged to give their best. Based on contemporary research, our programs enables students to achieve their personal best in academic, cultural, personal, spiritual and sporting areas when they are individually cared for, encouraged and valued.  Bayview College’s wellbeing program underpins all of our academic programs and is critical in helping to shape well-rounded, self-assured individuals.

The College Chaplain and Student Services Team assist students requiring support for personal, social or academic reasons in a confidential and safe environment. Through these services, we work in partnership with families, teachers, peers and other professionals to provide students with the skills and support for them to make informed and responsible decisions about their own wellbeing.

The counselling and chaplaincy programs are of a voluntary nature and students and parents can use these services at their discretion and in confidence.

Bayview College is a child safe organisation.