Heathdale Christian College is an independent, Non-denominational, Christian, co-educational in Werribee, in the western suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Heathdale Werribee Campus offers classes for students at all levels, kindergarten to VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education). The College also offers Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) to Year 11 and 12 students.
The current total student enrolment is approximately 1,300, with about 180 teaching and non-teaching staff currently employed. Most students reside in the western suburbs of Melbourne. The current principal of Heathdale Christian College is Ross Grace.
The school has a co-curricular program that includes activities such as debating, public speaking, choirs, outdoor education and various sports. The senior year levels (9 to 12) have the opportunity to compete in a yearly inter-school sports and cultural competition with Tyndale Christian School (located in South Australia) to win the 'Dale Cup', which is currently residing with Tyndale, while Year 8 students have the opportunity to compete in a yearly inter-school sports and cultural competition with King's College (located in Warrnambool).
Heathdale Christian College also has a campus in Melton, Victoria. This school commenced in 2014 with students in Prep to Year 4.
Students are divided into one of four houses upon enrolling for the college. These houses compete every year in different academic and sporting events. Each house is named after a notable person.
Carey House - Yellow (Named after William Carey)
Judson House - Blue (Named after Adoniram Judson)
Stanway House - Green (Named after Alfred Stanway)
Taylor House - Red (Named after Hudson Taylor)