St Luke's College
Tel: 08 9144 1081
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
St Luke's College was first founded in 1987 in reponse to the booming industries of the region. As the Pilbara's only private secondary school st Luke's College caters for close to 400 students from the Years 8 to 12 from the Karratha township and the surrounding towns of Roebourne wickham point Samson and Dampier.
Our Mission & Vision
We are a Catholic learning community developing young people to be the best they can be make a positive difference in the world and actively live their faith. Our vision is for St Luke's College to be the school of choice for our community one of the best schools in Western Australia and a driving force in the development of the dynamic Pilbara region.
The College boasts a host of excellent modern facilities. There's a computing network that extends across the entire campus and with broadband links to the internet. There are also three modern and well equipped science laboratories adedicated home economics room music room amanual arts base with a woodwork and metalwork room and an art studio with an outdoor preparation area and kiln. The school's Gymnasium and Performaing Arts Centre has basketball volleyball and badminton facilities as well as a performing arts stage. The College also has it's own playing fields and outdoor hard courts for basketball netball and tennis.
"Seek Truth and Justice"The students are challenged to know Christ and in their search for truth deepen their relationship with Him. Justice implies that the students put into practice what they know to be right and good and use their gifts and talents in the service of others.
The logo consists of two crosses; one in bold detail and the other smaller cross in silhouette which are central features of the logo. The cross is the universal sign of the Christian. The larger cross is the symbol of Jesus Christ our model brother and guide. The cross also implies sacrifice for others. The smaller cross is the symbol of our cross. We are called to be followers of Jesus Christ and face the challenge of carrying crosses as Christians. The road through the cross and to the horizon with the name of the College on either side represents the journey of life. The time students spend at the College contributes to their formation as Christians. The rising sun on the horizon is both a symbol of the Pilbara where it is much in evidence and a symbol of the Christ the Light and Life of the World.
2012 will be the year of the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of St Luke's College. We plan to celebrate this in 2012 and welcome interested people to become part of the organising committee! Contact email@example.com for further information.