Overview

Students: Co-Educational
Years: Prep - Year 12
Founded: 1993


Key Personnel

Principal:
Mrs Jann Robinson

School Council Chair:
Mrs Victoria Hayman


Contact Details

Address: 210 Headland Road Dee Why 2099 (Dee Why Campus) 1977 Pittwater Rd Bayview 2104 (Bayview Campus)
Postal:
Phone: (02) 9438 6200 - Dee Why Campus (02) 9979 5755 - Bayview Campus


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St Luke’s Grammar School

Located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, St Luke’s Grammar School is an Anglican, co-educational day school for children from pre-kindergarten to Year 12. The School comprises three campuses:

The Junior School, located at Bayview from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6

The Junior School, located at Dee Why from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6

The Senior School, located at Dee Why from Years 7 to 12

 
The vision of St Luke’s Grammar School is “Equipping students to make a difference in the world.”
 
St Luke’s aims to be a School that provides a: 
1. Solid Christian Foundation 
2. Strong Focus on Learning Excellence 
3. Steadfast commitment to student welfare. 
 
St Luke’s academic achievements are highly regarded, with the 2017 HSC results again ranking the School as the “Top Independent School on the Northern Beaches”. Recently, St Luke’s introduced a new teaching and learning framework, “Learning@STLUKE’S” that draws together research on how students learn and what dispositions strengthen their capacity to learn. The framework identifies 4 ‘Rs’ associated with learning: Resilience, Recourcefulness, Reflectiveness and Reciprocity.
 
As a Christian school, St Luke’s has added the 5th ‘R’ of Restoration, which focuses on each student developing the characteristics of compassion, humility, justice, kindness and grace. This emphasis on both learning and character development, has not only resulted in continued HSC success, with St Luke’s achieving the rank of “Top Independent School on the Northern Beaches” in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, but has also seen increased participation in community service endeavours.  Many students are involved in mission trips to Africa and Fiji, and, more locally, students are also involved in programs to assist children with disabilities and to help at aged care facilities.       
 
The School also offers significant opportunities for students to participate in, across a variety of fields, including Music, Sport, Drama and Visual Arts.
 
To find out about the school and the enrolment process visit: www.stlukes.nsw.edu.au