Creston College is a centre for learning and leadership. A variety of courses and activities designed to meet the needs and aspirations of women of this generation are organised for residents and non-residents alike. These projects are conducted within a framework of appreciation of past achievements and the encouragement of service, learning and research to promote a more humane world.
A few activities for high school students are held at Creston College annually. They are run in partnership with Centres of the Association for Educational Projects Limited (AEPL), a non-profit company focused on promoting educational activities, character development and Christian ideals. AEPL has a Child Protection Policy which is available for download AEPL Child Protection Policy. The Child Protection Officer of AEPL is Gerald Santucci, Director of Snedden Hall & Gallop Lawyers, 0419 936 456.