Lutheran schools look forward to a bright future, continually raising the bar for quality education and building thriving communities where every individual is valued as a loved child of God.
In the early years Lutheran schools refused government funding to protect their independence. They focussed on teaching the Christian faith based on their Lutheran heritage, using the German language. Attendance was compulsory for children of the congregation.
Lutheran schools gradually broadened their curriculum to embrace a wide range of subjects. They moved from a focus of teaching their children in their own communities to welcoming in the broader community and constantly strove to be among the best educators in Australia.