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About Us

Geelong Lutheran College is a Christian school promoting lifelong learning in a nurturing environment. Our aim is to provide a quality Christian education for the people of Geelong.

The history of Geelong Lutheran College dates back to 1962, when our first campus, St John’s Newtown was established. The St John’s Newtown campus delivers a dynamic, engaging and holistic curriculum catering for the developing needs of learners from 3-year old Kindergarten to Year 6.

Geelong Lutheran College Armstrong Creek, established in 2009, is a co-educational Primary and Secondary school offering education for students from Prep to Year 12.

Together, the two campuses operate as Geelong Lutheran College, catering for children from Kindergarten aged three to Year 12. In 2024 we have 1,040 students enrolled at our Armstrong Creek campus and 339 at our St John's Newtown campus.

The Lutheran Education system is the second largest non-government system providing for over 40,000 students across Australia. Lutheran education has a long and proud tradition of education since 1839, springing from a strong Lutheran desire to educate their children within a Christian context.

Lutheran schools are inclusive, and cater for students from a wide-range of backgrounds. Lutheran schools are well-known for their quality, values-based Christian education.