Launch Week 2021

Lift your perspective. Harness your skills. Launch your future.

Christian Heritage College and Scripture Union are partnering to create a one-week summer residential, for high school students Grades 10-12, focused on raising future leaders, business men and women, and world-changers.

The week will involve workshops, simulations, business challenges, preparation for university and more. Topics explored include Leadership, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Christian Perspectives of Management.

PLUS nightly spiritual encouragement from special guest speakers and the opportunity to meet other passionate high school students from around QLD.

Launch Week is part of the CHC Launch Program. Students can choose to add a CHC unit to their summer experience and gain credit towards their future higher education. This is a free addition and successful completion of a CHC Unit will give the student:

– Automatic entry to a CHC Bachelor of Business, no matter your ATAR or grade 12 results.
– Credit towards your degree so you can finish your studies early.
– University level experience with online learning and assignment writing.

The unit will include weekly readings (12 weeks), purchase of a textbook, and three assessment pieces. Application to take the accreditation option must be submitted by Nov 27. For more information, visit our website. Students do not have to take the accreditation option to attend Launch Week.

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This camp is for

Grades: 10-12 Boys and Girls


11 January 2021 to 15 January 2021


QCCC Mt Tamborine

Contact Details


Lachlan McLean & Molly McLean

Directors Profile

Molly and Lachie McLean are CHC Business students who are passionate about inspiring young people to pursue their purpose and spark change in the next generation. They enjoy serving in their local church and and are completing a double degree in Business and Ministry. Having been recently married, Molly and Lachie are an effective team who are well versed in camp ministry. Through their respective Chaplaincy work in Brisbane high schools, they are enthusiastic about connecting relationally with young people.