Senior School

Our Senior School is an energetic and engaging place for students to become mature young men and women who are equipped for their years beyond school.

We aim to produce individuals who are independent, thoughtful and compassionate, and who will provide leadership and service to the community as mature young adults.

We provide a holistic education for all students through a stimulating and engaging program of curricular and co-curricular experiences. We believe that all students have the ability to develop attitudes and skills to achieve their goals and dreams for their future.

Our students can choose from a wide range of academic subjects, enabling them to pursue their passions and plot their course for future studies.

I value the wonderful teachers that have influenced my children in their time at St Luke's has made them more enthusiastic about learning.

Subject Selection

Students entering year 10 can already select subjects similar to those they will choose from in the senior program. All year 10 students undertake English, Mathematics, Social Science and Science subjects. In addition, year 10 students will choose 3 elective subjects from the remaining list, granting them a well-rounded course curriculum that will shape their own personal evolution.

Students entering years 11 and 12 are offered a broad range of subjects from which to choose. With the exception of the subjects indicated in the Curriculum Handbooks, all subjects are OP eligible. Extension English and Extension Music is only offered to students in Semesters 3 and 4 of their senior program, and there are prerequisites required if this is the course of study students wish to undertake.

For more information please download a copy of our Middle and Senior Handbook below:

Next Steps, Year 12 School Leavers

In 2018, 95.9% of Year 12 graduates from St Luke's Anglican School were engaged in education, training or employment in the year after they completed school. 73.% continued in some recognised form of education and training, with a bachelors degree being the most common. A further 22.4% transitioned directly into paid employment with no further study.