Our College aspires to support, nurture and grow our students’ holistically, with a specific focus on a student’s academic, spiritual and emotional welfare. Students' spiritual and emotional wellbeing are supported through a variety of Christ-centred programmes.
From daily devotions to a scripture-based Behaviour Management Policy, students are nurtured to grow with confidence and self-belief. Students have the opportunity to further develop healthy relationships and self-confidence with leadership opportunities, chances for service and a variety of extra-curricular activities. The College has a College Counsellor, College Chaplain and Year Level Coordinators to walk with the students on their journey of life.
Contact can be made with the Good News Lutheran College Counsellor and College Chaplain through SEQTA Direct Message, your child's TEAMS account or email:
College Counsellor: firstname.lastname@example.org
College Chaplain: email@example.com
God’s grace is a gift to us all and as such the word of God, with the Gospel of Christ at its heart, informs all human relationships, teaching and learning and all activities of our community.
Support of students also extends to a support of their families.
Good News Lutheran College works together with parents/guardians to help sustain the best environment at home, to enable each student to best understand and use the gifts and abilities given to them.
St Philip's Lutheran Church provides an opportunity for fellowship, for students and families.
College staff meet weekly in Prayer Groups to pray for the students, the staff and the College community. Good News Lutheran College believes that both staff and students should 'Live Christs Mission' through prayer, service and worship. Staff have daily staff devotions and prayer to focus on Christ each and every day.