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  • Starting at Faith

    Our Vision:
    To develop creative,
    responsible, inspired individuals prepared for the challenges and rewards of their world.

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  • Starting at Faith

    Our Mission:
    We provide a caring and dynamic learning community dedicated to the promotion of resilience, talents and the attributes of every individual in their quest for personal excellence.

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3 – 5 Years  Early Learning Centre

Our Early Learning Centre offers a high quality early childhood program for children aged from three to school age. The children in our care are individuals and unique; we are strongly influenced by the Reggio Emilia approach and emphasis is placed on promoting self-esteem, emotional wellbeing, communication, socialisation, collaboration and self-help skills.
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Foundation to Year 6  Junior School

Our caring team of dedicated educators work with each student to foster personal excellence and resilience, preparing each individual for the next step in their educational journey.
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Year 7 to Year 9  Middle School

Faith Middle School students are recognised as individuals. They are empowered, with the support from teachers and parents, to design their own learning plan from within our elective program this is relevant and engaging to them.
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Year 10 to Year 12  Senior School

We provide a dynamic ‘real life’ learning community to support each student’s quest for personal excellence. Offering a comprehensive curriculum from Year 7 to Year 12.
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Our Vision

To develop creative, responsible, inspired individuals
prepared for the challenges and rewards of their world.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do I have to be Lutheran to attend the College?

Faith is open to students and families from all backgrounds and beliefs.

Do you offer out of school hours care?

At our ELC and Junior Campus, out of hours care is available. Click here for more details.

What is the enrolment process?

The first step of the process is to complete an online enquiry form, or contact the Enrolment Coordinator via 8561 4200.

From here we will share additional information specific to the intake year of your child.

What is the IB MYP?

The IB MYP is the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program.

This is the methodology by which students currently in Year 7, but ultimately all Middle School students, will learn through.

Faith is a candidate school for the IB, which means we are working with the IB program to ensure how we are Teaching and Learning is true to the IB philosophy. For more information on the IB Philosophy, please click this link.

What are your intake years?

Where places are available, we are able to offer enrolment in all year levels from ELC to Year 12.

What is the Middle School elective program?

Every semester the students in our Middle School get to select an elective to participate and learn from that is above and beyond the Australian Curriculum. This program is designed to provide our students with more experiences and opportunities to learn about varied and different things.  This program helps them discover what else is available in this world that they may not otherwise have the chance to experience. Elective topics include such things as Share Trading, Geo Caching, Knitting and Small motors.

Do you have boarding facilities?

Whilst we do not have a boarding house, we do have a Homestay Program that enables students to live and study in the Barossa.

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Passionate young changemakers... Words that were used to describe these dynamic Barossa Youth Council members including two representatives from Faith last night after they presented at the Foundation Barossa board meeting regarding social issues impacting our region. Special shoutout to Lane Blieschke Class of 2017 who mentored these students.
Faith Lutheran College Alumni - Middle & Senior School

Passionate young changemakers... Words that were used to describe these dynamic Barossa Youth Council members including two representatives from Faith last night after they presented at the Foundation Barossa board meeting regarding social issues impacting our region. Special shoutout to Lane Blieschke Class of 2017 who mentored these students.
Faith Lutheran College Alumni - Middle & Senior SchoolThe Youth Council - Inspiring & helping shape the future of the community

Last night Foundation Barossa’s Youth Council presented at our Board Meeting on their assessment and recommendations on funding for this year’s community grants.

The Ambassadors had clearly put a lot of work into diligently researching the grants and building out their cases for some of the social issues that impact the Barossa. Based on their eloquent and compelling cases we have approved funding for over $6,000 of Community Grants this year. We will share more on the successful recipients over next few weeks, but their work will assist projects such as wellbeing, homelessness, food security and all ability sports.

We would like to extend a big thankyou to this year’s Youth Council:
Zahra Devlin & Angus Pickett from Tanunda Primary School & Disability Unit
Jack Herzich, & Abbey Mattners from Nuriootpa High School
Reo Gerhardy & Jaxon Rasmus from Faith Lutheran College - Middle & Senior School
Edward Schutz & Harrison Boehm from Redeemer Lutheran School

The Board were all incredibly impressed with these Young Ambassadors, and very much appreciated the opportunity for us to see issues through the lens and experiences of these passionate young change makers. You really are an extraordinary group of young people, and we would like to thank you all for your hard work, insights and advocacy.
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Always a pleasure to welcome Ashton Hurn - Liberal for Schubert to the College. Today Ashton spoke with Principal Steve Wilksch about the two latest infrastructure grants from the Marshall Government. During Ashtons visit, a couple of our Year 12 Tech students were delighted to talk through final Year 12 assessment projects.Image attachmentImage attachment

Always a pleasure to welcome Ashton Hurn - Liberal for Schubert to the College. Today Ashton spoke with Principal Steve Wilksch about the two latest infrastructure grants from the Marshall Government. During Ashton's visit, a couple of our Year 12 Tech students were delighted to talk through final Year 12 assessment projects. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for having me! 🙌🏼

Its getting closer! 

Excitement is building as we get closer to sharing The Other Other Tale of the Three Little Pigs on the main stage of the Barossa Arts Centre. 

Each family can purchase up to four tickets from the Barossa Arts Centre - phone: 08 8561 4299.

We cant wait 🐷🐷🐷

It's getting closer!

Excitement is building as we get closer to sharing "The Other 'Other' Tale of the Three Little Pigs" on the main stage of the Barossa Arts Centre.

Each family can purchase up to four tickets from the Barossa Arts Centre - phone: 08 8561 4299.

We can't wait 🐷🐷🐷Have you heard the other 'other' tale of the three little pigs?

Students have been enjoying rehearsals this term and look forward to performing in front of family and friends on Friday October 29.
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Tickets are now available via the Barossa Arts Centre website.

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Welcome to Term 4!

It was a lovely sunny day for a Bush Block adventure.

Our ELC children enjoyed a walk in nature with our Year 12 Child Studies class. A range of activities were developed and shared by our senior students, filling the afternoon with fun, adventure and new friendships.
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Rohan Semmler Kristee Semmler

Nice photo britney!

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