Our Saviour Lutheran School is a community that learns, loves, laughs and lives together. We value learning, because it opens doors to the future and enables children to understand and appreciate more about their world. We show love to others because we recognise God’s love for us and want to share it through a friendly smile, a helping hand or a kind word. We laugh together and live life with enthusiasm because that helps us to grow, to make friends and to seize life’s endless opportunities.
By embracing all that Our Saviour offers and by working in partnership with our dedicated and professional staff, we’re confident that your child will leave our school with the skills, attitude and energy equipped to lead the life you’d want them to live and prepared for the next phase of their learning journey.
At St Catherine's we value commitment to a shared educational vision of working collaboratively at every opportunity. Together we foster an environment where learning is valued, promoted and celebrated. We provide an environment that inspires learning through innovative and creative teaching pedagogy catering for all students. In this way, we believe every student is capable of successful learning and they will develop the skills to take responsibility for their learning. We promote a culture of inquiry and value the importance of positive and caring relationships.
At St Catherine's we view children as active citizens and are observant of their voice in our daily interactions. Engaging with children's voices and involving the children in the learning process, deepens their experiences as it becomes child centred and relevant to their experiences.
At St Catherine's we offer a curriculum that is student centered with an emphasis on building relationships and sharing new knowledge. We are committed to the implementation of innovative and contemporary teaching practices that aim to meet the needs of students through honouring their active engagement, providing differentiation and the integration of the Australian Curriculum.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) are embedded into the nine learning areas. Our specialist teachers are in the areas of Music and Drama, Italian and Physical Education.
St John's Grammar School is a community. It is a partnership of parents, students, staff and the Anglican Church.
Students benefit enormously from the individually focussed education provided by our dedicated, passionate staff. We strive to make all groups in the School community feel they are an integral part of our School and encourage participation, involvement and a sense of belonging.
We aim to offer a safe, nurturing, welcoming and positive environment for our students. Our picturesque Adelaide Hills setting provides unique, natural surroundings which enhance the wellbeing of students and staff alike.
Student successes are celebrated in the School community. Leadership and learning opportunities are readily available and encouraged – for staff and students. Extensive and regular communication between teachers, parents and students ensures close, informative and supportive relationships are established, enhancing the community feel.
Individual skills and strengths are encouraged and developed. We have a culture of positive achievement in which all students are expected to do their best. Academically, on the sporting field and in pursuits such as debating, music, choral eisteddfods and drama productions, high standards are expected and most often achieved.
Students thrive in our caring environment and by the time they leave St John's Grammar, they are confident, well educated, mature young adults ready to take on the challenges, and successes, of the next phase of their life.
When you look through the classroom windows at St Peters Lutheran you will see our Early Learning Centre to Year 7 students:
St Peters is part of the Australia wide Lutheran School system which includes preschool centres, primary schools, secondary schools and R-12 schools, educating well over 20 000 students.
St Peters Lutheran School , where the message of Jesus Christ is communicated and celebrated, is a caring supportive learning community that encourages global consciousness, responsible action and life-long learning.
This co-educational Early Learning to Year 7 School was founded in 1999 by St Peters Lutheran Church at Blackwood as part of its commitment to serve the local community. This provided an opportunity to create a school of which students, parents and staff could feel proud.
Pilgrim is currently a single-stream Reception to Year 7 school, which aims to provide the highest quality Christian education.
Our school is part of an amazing campus, with excellent facilities that start at preschool level, including a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Centre, where worship is held every Tuesday and Thursday morning. The academic standards at Pilgrim are high and we work in partnership with parents to achieve the best results for each child.
Pilgrim celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2012 and every year it has been known for the high level of Christian care for children and their families.
A hallmark of our Year 7 graduates is that they are trained to be leaders and they move onto local secondary schools as confident, responsible and caring young people.
Pilgrim School has students from a variety of suburbs, including Aberfoyle Park, Flagstaff Hill, Happy Valley, Woodcroft, Morphett Vale, Clarendon, Cherry Gardens and O'Halloran Hill, extending out to Hallett Cove.
Mercedes College is an International Baccalaureate Reception to Year 12 co-educational Catholic school in the Mercy tradition. We enjoy a reputation of academic excellence, and for educating young people to serve as school and community leaders.
Our College offers a progressive, internationally focussed curriculum supported by family and community values. In response to our rapidly changing world, we aim to equip students to be life-long learners and global citizens by fostering internationalism and participation in international education.
Our Aims are embodied in fundamental Catholic principles and beliefs. We encourage respect and value human dignity, the questioning of the society in which we live and the ability to look beyond self-interest and help those in need.
We aspire to realise the potential of all young people who are enrolled at Mercedes College, and educate them to be the best person they can be - intellectually, spiritually and socially. Our students take pride in being members of our thriving community.