St Luke's Anglican School

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St Luke's Anglican School
St Lukes Anglican School Coat of Arms
Location
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Coordinates24°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
TypeIndependent
MottoFaith, Performance, Honour
Established1994
PrincipalCraig Merritt
Enrolment750
Campus4 Mezger Street, Kalkie, 4670
Colour(s)Navy, Green, Tartan
Website

St Luke's Anglican School is an independent, co-educational Kindergarten to Year 12 school in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia. The school's motto is Faith, Performance, Honour.

The school was established in 1994, and has approximately 750 students. The school is divided into an Early Learning Centre, primary school, middle school and senior school, all having a head or director. [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 which is hosted by the grade 12 students.[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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