The day that I visited was the day after the edge of a cyclone passed the island so some things may be a little rougher than normal.
This classroom building (left and above) with three classrooms and a resource room between them, was built by the Presbyterian Church of Australia over three years through their Work Partners program. It is build to withstand cyclones and is an excellent facility.
The college has no electricity or phone, but it does have running water.
Here is a 360 degree pan of the college. I’m not sure if it will give you the feel of it, or just make you seasick.
So, what do you think of South Island Bible College?