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VCE Studio Art Excursion

May 30, 2019
VCE Studio Art students visited the Hamilton Art Gallery this week to complete an analysis of two works currently on display. Read More

Reading @ Home

May 30, 2019
Thank you to those families who are making the effort to read to and listen to their children read on a regular basis at home. Developing a love of reading,... Read More

Year 7 2020

May 30, 2019
Over the next few weeks, we have begun undertaking our Confirmation of Enrolment Interviews with students and families for Year 7 in 2020. It is exciting to share with families... Read More

Western HUB Conference

May 30, 2019
Last week, our staff had the pleasure of attending the Western Hub Conference at Tarrington, where over 100 Lutheran staff gathered to hear international speaker, Mr Derek Bartel, and LEVNT’s... Read More

First Holy Communion

May 23, 2019
Last Sunday was a very special day for 5 Good Shepherd College students who took part in their first Holy Communion. Every blessing to Ashlie, Kahli, Victoria, Angela and James.   Read More

Yr 10 Camp – Grampians Expedition

May 23, 2019
Last week I had the pleasure of spending 5 days in the bush with the year 10 students. We pack-hiked and mountain biked up and over three ranges of the... Read More

Yr 5/6 Sovereign Hill Camp

May 23, 2019
The Year 5/6 students had an amazing time away at Sovereign Hill, Ballarat last week. They explored the township of Sovereign Hill and learned so much about the Australian gold... Read More


May 23, 2019
Just a reminder that this Friday is a Student Free Day for all students as staff attend the Western Hub Conference at Tarrington. This comes at a great time for... Read More


May 16, 2019
The Chemistry students are looking at properties of carbon allotropes, including dry ice. Instant ice cream anyone?   Read More

Year 10 Camp

May 16, 2019
The Year 10’s are on camp at the moment in the Grampians. They are doing well as they help each other get through the challenges of the camp. They will... Read More