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ST LUKE’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL


St Luke’s Grammar School is an Anglican co-educational day school for
children from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. The School comprises three campuses,
with the Junior School operating from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 5; the Middle
School operating from Years 6 to 9; and the Senior School operating from Years
10 to 12. The mission of St Luke’s Grammar School is to provide girls and boys
with a high-quality education within a learning community based on Christian
beliefs and practice, which will enable students to develop their individual
abilities and contribute positively to the world in which they live.

Facilities: These include fully-equipped specialist rooms and
laboratories for Science, Music, Languages, Drama, Computers, and Visual Arts.
The Technology Centre caters fully for all Design, Technology, Technics and
Textiles courses. The well-resourced Library and Information Centre contains
Internet facilities, networked computer workstations and video links to all
classrooms.

The multi-purpose hall is used extensively for drama, music and
sports. The school has four newly upgraded dedicated computer laboratories,
incorporating Pentium, scanning, multimedia and high-speed internet facilities.
More recently, the School has introduced Wireless reception, with trolleys of
laptops available for use in most classrooms. The Science labs and library have
their own facilities. All classrooms in the Junior and Middle School have
interactive whiteboards as do all specialist areas in the Senior School.

Curriculum and Electives Years 7 to 10: English, Mathematics,
Science (including Marine Biology) Christian Studies, Careers, PD/Health/PE,
Commerce, French, Indonesian, Computing Studies, Visual Arts, Music, Drama,
Textiles and Design, Technics, Technology, Physical Activity and Sports
Studies, History and Geography.

Curriculum and Electives Years 11 and 12: English (all levels),
Mathematics (all levels), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ancient and Modern
History, Extension History, Economics, Music, Geography, Visual Design,
Information Processes & Technology, Software Design and Development,
PD/Health/PE, Sport Lifestyle and Recreation Studies, Drama, Business Studies,
Legal Studies. Other subjects are available by Distance Education, Saturday
Language School, OTEN 2nd TVET courses. Christian Studies lessons and weekly
chapel services are an integral part of the school program.

Extracurricular activities: Music (including individualised
instrument tuition), debating, public speaking, Drama, Dance, tennis lessons,
Mandarin & Other Languages lessons, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme,
Amnesty International, musical, band, choir, World Vision, chess, bushwalking,
School Fellowship, Bike For Bibles Cycle Marathon, Mission Aid Group, art club,
woodwork club, multimedia club, library networkers. Optional overseas trips run
in alternate years.

Sport: Basketball, tennis, swimming, netball, softball, gymnastics,
rugby union, athletics, cross-country, weights training, water polo, cricket,
baseball, volleyball, soccer, squash, plus beach and water sports. There is no
compulsory Saturday sport. St Luke’s also has representative teams in sailing,
snow sports and equestrian.

Welfare and personal development: Special programs are available
covering gifted education (including accelerated progression), learning
difficulties, ESL backgrounds, and individualised instrument tuition. Pastoral
care (including the Discipline & Welfare Policy) is augmented by the Deputy
Principal, chaplain, school counsellor, careers adviser, Year co-ordinators,
House Captains, school prefects and student leaders with specific portfolios.

Special features: Academic and Music scholarships are available in
Years 7 and Year 11. Each classroom utilises a differentiated curriculum to
cater for those that need further extension. Gifted and talented students are
nurtured through the Headland Program. For students with learning difficulties
and/or ESL backgrounds there are Learning Support Programs. Before and
after-school care is available in the Junior School. School tours and/or a
prospectus are available upon request.

From the school: St Luke’s Grammar School aims to educate, develop
and inspire students to make a difference in the world. The focus is in
preparing students to live a well-considered and meaningful life, beyond the
school gate. As a co-educational school, St Luke’s also provides the
opportunity for shared educational experiences and enables local families to
make a balanced lifestyle choice in minimising travel for their children. With
consistently strong HSC results and solid academic outcomes for both girls and
boys, St Luke’s is building the reputation of being the school of first choice
on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

Religion: Anglican

Type:

Years : Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12

Boys/Girls: Co-ed

Day/boarding: Day

Enrolment: 900 students

Fees:On application. Family discounts, and Academic and Music Scholarships are available.

Principal: Mrs Jann Robinson

210 Headland Road, Dee Why 2099

Ph 02 9438 6200

Fax 02 9905 1654

http://www.stlukes.nsw.edu.au

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 900 students
Phone
02 9438******* 02 9438 6200
Fax
02 9905******* 02 9905 1654
Address 210 Headland Road, Dee Why 2099
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