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At St Luke’s Anglican School, students are given many opportunities to develop their leadership skills, attitudes and abilities. Our definition of leadership spreads further than just the formal leadership positions across our Primary, Middle and Senior schools.
Four talented St Luke’s students delivered compelling speeches in a bid to win the Lion’s Public Speaking trophy – a highly anticipated event highlight within the Lions Youth of the Year Program.
St Luke’s Art Feast brought together work of nationally recognized artists, student art and all things creative. Loaded with creative inspiration and a strong community spirit the first annual Art Feast was a resounding success!
The Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge is an American innovation and entrepreneurial competition that landed in Australia his year and our St Luke’s team has made it to the finals!
You and your child are invited to experience St Luke’s Anglican School ELC. Have the chance to meet our wonderful teaching staff, learn about the flexible and open-ended learning environment, and our award winning Early Learning program.
School communities need to be inclusive and nurturing, rather than exclusive and alienating. People who are proactive with their lives have a positive impact on others. We know that people will rise to meet opportunities when they are allowed to be positively involved and play to their individual strengths. At St Luke’s Anglican School, students are given many opportunities to develop their leadership skills, attitudes and abilities. Our definition of leadership spreads further than just the formal leadership positions across our Primary, Middle and Senior schools. Our students demonstrate leadership every day. They lead by being positively involved in many different activities; by being great role models and great team members.
Three students from St Luke’s Anglican School have been invited to the Kennedy Space Centre in the United States, after winning the Australian Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge.
Not one but four St Luke’s students represented Queensland this month at the 2018 Australian Junior Athletics Championships. Not one but four of them finished their events within the top 10 in Australia. And all four athletes achieved new personal best results - some by a substantial margin.
This year the St Luke's Art Prize was awarded to the entire Year 11 Art Class for their recreation of the painting "Felix the Magic Dragon" by Rae Heint.
The new Policelink App is now the fastest way that you can report non-urgent matters to police.
We're very excited to announce that our Art Feast celebrations will be taking place Saturday and Sunday, 8 - 9 June 2019!