The school of choice for our community, one of the best schools in Western Australia, and a driving force in the development of the dynamic Pilbara region.
We take pride in the all-round achievement of our students and strive to instil high personal goals through various academic and sporting initiatives and extra curricula programmes.
St Luke’s College is a Catholic co-educational college founded on the dual ethos of the Christian Brothers and the Presentation Sisters. We are a Catholic learning community seeking to develop young people to be the best they can be, make a positive difference in the world and actively live their faith.
The College opened in 1987 and is the Pilbara’s only Catholic secondary College, currently catering for 455 students from Years 7-12 from the city of Karratha, as well as the surrounding towns of Dampier, Wickham, Roeburne and Point Samson.
Term Three, Number 8 - 20 August 2016
The ATOM Photo Comp 2016
Call for Entries
Open to all primary and secondary student photographers
Employment - Science Teacher
St Luke’s College, Karratha, is seeking a full-time, temporary teacher of Science/ Mathematics and Religious Education, commencing Term 3 and concluding 31 December 2017.
Teachers have been very busy organising Outdoor Education Camps, Bishops’ RE Literacy tests, King and Queen of the Mountain, FeNaClNG, assemblies, parent-teacher meetings, Year 12 Breakfasts, Geography Field Trip, Percussion Incursion, Cossack Art Excursion, House Masses, First Aid training, Skippers’ Ticket sessions, Athletics Carnival, student resilience guest speaker, staff professional learning and our STEAM week showcasing Science projects are just some of the extra events which have taken place already this term.
Year 7 interviews for 2017
Year 7 interviews for 2017 have now commenced and places are filling quickly. It is always a pleasure to meet students who are joining the College, along with their families.
Last week’s Athletics Carnival was a wonderful event demonstrating not only some excellent athletic achievements, but great behaviour and participation by our students. I particularly appreciate when students who are not athletically gifted still commit to attending these events in order to cheer on their house, or support the College by undertaking jobs on the day – this is a true demonstration of commitment to all areas of College life!
Year 9 Retreat
Year 7 Red Dog Excursion
Year 12 Breakfast
Nickol House Mass
29th, 30th, 31st August 1st, 2nd September
30th, 31st August 1st, 2nd September
5th, 6th September
ACC Athletics Perth
R U OK Day
Year 12 Breakfast