Good Shepherd Lutheran College is a co-educational, independent college operated by the Lutheran Church of Australia established in 1890. It is a Christian school that has developed a reputation in a relatively short time, as providing individual care and attention to its students. The College now has three campuses and is the largest school in the Northern Territory.
The College’s distinctive sub-school structure embraces the specific needs of each age group from Early Learning Centre (ELC) to Senior School. This structure allows for a seamless education from ELC to Year 12.
Good Shepherd is an IB World School, offering the Primary Years and Middle Years Programmes. St Andrew Campus in Leanyer is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme and pursuing authorization as an IB World School in 2016.
Good Shepherd aims to provide an educational pathway for each student that empowers them to develop as successful learners and valuable members of the wider community. It is a strong community; based on firm Christian foundations, enabling students to develop an understanding of the richness of life through the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
‘With Christ at our centre we equip students to become flourishing, knowledgeable and compassionate people who enrich the lives of others with a serving heart’