We take great pride in the accomplishments of our students, teachers, programs and Alumni.

Each year and every term brings about significant achievements from students in the academic, sporting, art, music and other areas of College life. They are too numerous to mention here.

For parents of enrolled students, we recognise these on Social Media pages, as well as through the Website portal, teacher emails and newsletters. You will often find stories on awarded students and the College in local and state newspapers. We update our several Honours Boards in the foyer of the College every year to celebrate the achievements of that year group and to inspire emerging generations.

They are too numerous to mention all of them here, but here are some of the more recent achievements enjoyed by our students.

Interschool Primary Swimming Carnival

SCBC won the 2017 WACSSA Division 1 Interschool Primary Swimming Carnival. The students swam extremely well individually and as a team to defeat the other eight top schools in the metropolitan area.

2017 State Debating Squad

Year 12 student, Jannah Teo, secured a place in the 2017 State Debating Squad. Jannah will be in the running to represent Western Australia in national debating competitions throughout this year.

Football Academy

2017 was another successful year for our Football Academy.
Both our Year 10 and Year 6 squads took away the trophy in their  final in the State Schools of WA competition.  Well done on the hard work put in throughout the year to achieve such an outstanding result

Gymnastics Competition Squad

South Coast Baptist College Year 4-6 Gymnastics Competition Squad competed in our first ever Interschool Challenge. 14 of our girls competed against schools across WA and placed second overall.

School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards

SCBC's 2016 Head Girl, Esther Watts, represented the college at the School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards Ceremony receiving a Subject Exhibition for the highest mark in the State of Western Australia for an ATAR course; Materials, Design and Technology - Metals.