Learning in Residence
Concordia Lutheran College is pleased to introduce an innovative new concept in boarding for Middle and Senior College students – Learning in Residence.
Concordia’s boarding students now benefit from a dedicated after-hours study program to enhance their studies and boost academic outcomes.
The College library at our Stephen Street Campus is now open until 8pm from Monday to Thursday during term time, providing dedicated support from our experienced Teacher-Librarian and a range of talented and professional educators. Pre-service teachers will work with the students in the Library Resource Centre until 8pm from Monday to Thursday.
Residential Tutors are available both in the formal academic prep sessions and at times outside of formal study periods to assist students in their studies.
Our goal for the Learning in Residence program is to cultivate a deeply embedded culture of learning and academic growth within our boarding community.
Our female boarders will relocate to Giabal House on our Stephen Street Campus at the commencement of Term 3, 2018. This modern, refreshed facility provides our female boarders with a centrally located residence, so they no longer need to cross South Street.
This new location has provided new opportunities for enhanced pastoral care across our girls and boys boarding houses and has provided an additional level of security for all boarders. Our secure residential facilities include external camera surveillance and all boarding staff living onsite.
Pastoral support is provided through specialist House Parents and a dedicated Housemother who works with students, parents, staff and the wider school community to help students enjoy the residential experience.
The implementation of these recent changes and upgrades has created a truly modern, coeducational residential learning community at Concordia Lutheran College.
We encourage you to visit us to see firsthand the exciting new developments and tour our beautiful campus. To make an appointment, please complete the below form.