Living Waters Lutheran College is a coeducational Christian college for students from Kindergarten to Year 12, from the communities of Baldivis, Rockingham, Mandurah and surrounding areas in Western Australia. Since its inauguration in 1997, Living Waters Lutheran College has established a unique ethos and Christ-centred learning environment.
Our philosophy and approach are encapsulated in the College’s mission statement, which is:
“At Living Waters Lutheran College, we share the love of Jesus as we educate those in our care enabling them to realise their God – given potential for a life of service.”
We especially focus on catering for every student’s individual needs with a high emphasis on the social, emotional, physical and academic dimensions.
Student wellbeing and pastoral care are of paramount importance here at our College. Our pastoral care programs aim to nurture and grow our young people into responsible, ethical and empathetic citizens who lead a life of purpose with integrity. We believe that a culture of respect for all members of the school community has a significant effect on students. Not only does it increase engagement and positive learning outcomes, it also strengthens students’ wellbeing and resilience. Students who develop positive and respectful relationships also develop feelings of security, confidence and empowerment.
We work with families to enable students to realise their God-given potential and to achieve personal excellence. We offer the right educational setting to explore and achieve these aspirations while deeply caring for the whole person.
We offer a broad curriculum that recognises student engagement and active learning opportunities. Students are encouraged and supported to do their very best and to take an increasing responsibility for their own goals and achievements. As a College, we recognise that at times students will need assistance and support to achieve their personal milestones in their educational journey. Our Learning Enrichment Centre (LEC) is a network of teachers and staff who support as they pursue personal excellence.
The College offers a wide range of co-curricular activities currently including Performing Arts, Mock Trials, Student Leadership, House competitions, Service learning, Debating and Sport. Student achievement is a high priority and that’s why we endeavour to walk the extra mile to make a difference in every students’ life.
For a taste of our College, please register for a Principal’s tour or, alternatively contact our Enrolments Officer on 9593 1211. I look forward to meeting with you to discuss how we can best cater for your child’s educational needs today and into the future.
Mr Francois Pienaar