Welcome to our Junior College
At Concordia Lutheran College’s Junior College, we strive to provide a happy, healthy and safe place for your child during the important early years of Prep to Year 6.
Built on rich academic foundations, our dedicated team of teachers and support staff instil in our students the importance of being lifelong learners, as well as proactive members of the community.
Concordia is fortunate to have two vibrant Junior College campuses based at Hume Street and Warwick Street in Toowoomba. Each campus has its own strong sense of community that provides students with a supportive, nurturing learning environment.See More
Welcome to our Middle College
Students enter Concordia’s Middle College in Year 7. The three years they are here, from Year 7 to Year 9, is an important bridge from the Junior College to the Senior College.
While much of our approach remains the same – enviable resources, dedicated teaching staff, a commitment to lifelong learning – there are some subtle changes that will help prepare students for future academic challenges.
These include working closely with a limited number of teachers, building up a truly supportive relationship, as well as the introduction of electives.
Welcome to our Senior College
Our acclaimed Senior College, comprised of Years 10 to 12, is the final stepping stone of education at Concordia. Our passionate staff work closely with students with a focus on future goals, notably post-secondary career pathways. This comprehensive preparation manifests itself in mature students who value lifelong learning, and leave with strong leadership skills and the ability to flourish in their next steps.See More
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Staff, students, parents and guests enjoyed a spectacular day of fun and excitement at the Concordia CUA Colour Run on Wednesday 13 September.Read More
Concordia Lutheran College students received outstanding results at the Toowoomba Eistedfod. Congratulations to all the talented students who took part in the event.Read More
The Queensland Schools Orienteering State Championships in Brisbane from 29-31 July saw 85 well-trained students come together from 38 Queensland schools to show off their finely tuned navigational skills.Read More