ROCCS believes that growth in every area of our lives flourishes with knowing truth and that spiritual growth is fundamental to the broader development of each member of the ROCCS family.

In addition to the programs and classes available, spiritual life at our school involves the classroom, the playing field, school assemblies, and the hallways. We believe that the Bible provides the only firm foundation for success and prosperity in life, and gives man his ultimate purpose. Every faculty and staff member has a personal and growing relationship with Christ. While the religious beliefs of each individual student may differ, the school will continuously teach Biblical truths and values.

At ROCCS we teach students to apply the truth of the Bible to everyday life situations and to use Scriptural teachings and principles to deal with and succeed over whatever challenges they may be facing. It is our aim to make our teaching relevant to our culture and society whilst never departing from the truth of the Word of God.


At ROCCS we welcome students from various denominations and churches. Our foundation is based on the Holy Bible, and in order to clarify our doctrinal position, the following primary statement of faith has been established:


  • The inspiration of the Bible in all parts and without error in its origin;
  • The one God, eternally existent Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Who created man by a direct immediate act;
  • The virgin birth, sinless life, death and resurrection, ascension to Heaven and the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ;
  • The fall of man, the need for forgiveness and renewal of the Holy Spirit on the basis of grace;
  • That salvation is found in no one else but through Jesus Christ, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved;
  • The spiritual relationship of all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, living a life of righteous works, separated from the world, growing in grace and in knowledge of God, and witnessing of His saving grace through the ministry of the Holy Spirit;
  • The Scriptural definition of a family is the basic unit of society and the Church, and that every effort should be made to encourage and maintain God’s order in the family.

“For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?”
(Matthew 16:26 NKJV)

“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it”
( Proverbs 22:6 NIV)