Senior School

A Message from Head of Senior School - Mr Peter Cummings

Peace Lutheran College Senior School represents the cultural diversity that is Australia and that is something we celebrate every day.  Our students have the opportunity to mix and forge friendships with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures.  I truly believe that these qualities make for a richer and more rewarding experience for students in their senior school years.

Our dedicated staff strives to deliver a quality education in a school community that truly represents Australia.  Through small class sizes and specialist teachers, we give more time to the individual needs of our students.  Our professional caring teachers offer advice and well informed direction to make sure every senior student graduates having had the best support to embark on their adult lives and careers.  Peace Lutheran College has one of the finest records in Cairns for graduating seniors being accepted on their tertiary course of choice.

Mr Peter Cummings
Head of Senior School
pcummings@plc.qld.edu.au

It is a great place to be!

We offer an outstanding program of academic, vocational, sporting, cultural and social experiences to our students as well as opportunities for spiritual growth. The learning programs offered are in line with the most modern educational thinking of the day.

Peace has a proven record of Academic Excellence. Our students are prepared for Tertiary Entrance and other study options that include TAFE and Workplace Traineeships.

See attached for all documents required for Senior School.

Peace Lutheran College is now offering Year 10 students the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.

In the Senior School there are also the Year 10 Camp, Leadership Camp, Year 12 Leadership Retreat, Debating teams and much more.

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A Calendar listing due dates for all assignments will be issued to students as early as possible each term.  Teachers, students and parents are advised to check carefully that the total workload for the student is not excessive.  All information relevant to the execution of the assignment should be given as early as possible.