Lakeside College

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Lakeside Lutheran College)
Jump to: navigation, search
Lakeside College
Pakenham, Victoria, 3810
Coordinates 38°3′55″S 145°27′20″E / 38.06528°S 145.45556°E / -38.06528; 145.45556Coordinates: 38°3′55″S 145°27′20″E / 38.06528°S 145.45556°E / -38.06528; 145.45556
Principal Thomas Brennen
Slogan Education for Life - Learning with Purpose.
Song Great Things Happen by the Lake!

Lakeside College, established in 2006, is a co-educational, independent P-12 school located in Pakenham, Victoria, Australia, associated with the Lutheran Church of Australia. The founding principal was Rev. Peter Miller.

The college caters for around 600 students from Foundation to year 12.

School mission statement[edit]

"Lakeside College seeks to provide a caring, Christian environment in which the teachers, parents and students actively collaborate to ensure that all students are provided with the resources and opportunities to reach their potential in the spiritual, intellectual, physical, cultural, social and emotional areas of their lives."[1]


The school opened in February 2006 as a member of Lutheran Education Australia. It has grown since then to now be a full P to Year 12 school, with 10 students graduating from the first Year 12 class in 2011.The first dux of the college was Sam Controneo.[2]

The College changed its name to "Lakeside College" in 2014.

External links[edit]