Our History

St Paul Lutheran School opened in 1973 under the guidance of St Paul Lutheran Church with 23 students and two teachers. The school began in the upper room of the church complex with some temporary accommodation. In 1974 the first school building was completed, catering for 120 students. This first stage of building included four classrooms, an art room, administration area, and a small area to serve as a library.

Demand for places rose rapidly to the extent that learning spaces were quickly exhausted. The second stage of development in 1978 saw the building of the junior primary section. This was followed in 1983 by the library and in 1992 by further renovations to classrooms and administration areas.

Further land was acquired in 2003 and developed as additional play space. Steady growth in enrolments saw substantial building developments occurring throughout 2005 and 2006. This major building project saw additional classroom facilities and included significant upgrades to ICT facilities and other ancillary areas.

Utilising funds acquired through the ‘Building Education Revolution’ in 2010 saw the development of our state of the art library resource area and ICT suite. Sound proof music rehearsal rooms were also added as part of this development.

St Paul Lutheran School now provides exemplary modern facilities and resources that enable teachers to provide outstanding curricular and extra-curricular programs. We are committed to continual evaluation and improvement of learning spaces with our most recent building refurbishment occurring throughout 2015.