St Luke's Anglican School

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St Luke's Anglican School
St Lukes Anglican School Coat of Arms
Location
Bundaberg, QLD
Australia
Coordinates 24°51′13.64″S 152°23′15.5″E / 24.8537889°S 152.387639°E / -24.8537889; 152.387639Coordinates: 24°51′13.64″S 152°23′15.5″E / 24.8537889°S 152.387639°E / -24.8537889; 152.387639
Information
Type Independent
Motto Faith Performance Honour
Established 1994
Principal Craig Merritt
Enrolment 750
Campus 4 Mezger Street, Kalkie, 4670
Colour(s) Navy, Green, Tartan
Website


St Luke's Anglican School is a Kindy to Year 12 school in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.

The school was established in 1994, and has approximately 750 students. [1]

Houses[edit]

The college has four Houses that compete throughout the year with each other in cultural and sporting competitions. The main events are the yearly: Swimming Carnival, Athletics Carnival, Cross Country Carnival and the Rock-Pop-Mime.[2]

The Houses (with House colours) that compete are as follows:

  •      Hoog House
  •      Morris House
  •      Browning House
  •      Noble House

It is important to note that the House colours are taken from the school's Coat of Arms.[3] The Houses are named after important figures in the Australian Anglican Church.

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