Launceston Christian School

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Launceston Christian School
Launceston Christian School logo.png
Location
Launceston, Tasmania
Australia
Information
Type Private
Denomination Non-denominational Christian
Established 1976
Principal Adrian Bosker
Staff 90
Enrolment 630
Colour(s)

Green, Maroon & Black

              
Website

Launceston Christian School (Inc.) is a private, co-educational day school based in Riverside, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Established in 1976, the school is operated and controlled by an Association'.http://www.lcs.tas.edu.au/association/lcs-constitution/], Launceston Christian School caters for around 630 students from Kindergarten through to Year 12. The principal is Adrian Bosker.[1]

School organisation[edit]

The school's mission statement is "To glorify and honour God through Christ-centered education". The school is organised into a Junior School (K-6), Middle School (7-9) and Senior School (10-12). There are three team houses: Barrow (Red), Tamar (Gold) and Melaleuca (Green).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Launceston Christian School", Association of Independent Schools of Tasmania, accessed 15 April 2009.
  2. ^ "LCS Overview"

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 41°24′08″S 147°05′25″E / 41.402185°S 147.090345°E / -41.402185; 147.090345