At Trinity Lutheran College our students experience a quality education program enhanced by a quality learning environment with well-cared for grounds and wonderful facilities. Take a look…
Facilities for Future Leaders
Our building program is ongoing as we strive to provide a high standard of education to continually meet the changing needs of 21st century learners.
Trinity Lutheran College is excited to have received $1M from the Australian Government Capital Grants Program towards the renovation and refurbishment of the Mungo and Hattah Wings in the first stage of plans at Trinity.
Secondary Refurbishment (Mungo and Hattah Wings)
The project aligns with the College Master Plan to provide quality innovative learning spaces that promote best education practises, support inquiry learning approaches and offer access to technology services that enhance all learning opportunities. In order to further support our College pedagogy and align with our strategic direction, the development of these existing and additional learning spaces to that which is flexible and innovative, fostering 21st century learning pedagogies is critical.
Other stages of the project include upgrades to the Courtyard, Hawthorn Wing and Library refurbishment and the inclusion of an Outdoor Nature Play area.
Upon completion, the project will enable students and staff to engage in collaborative learning opportunities that promote quality teaching and improved student outcomes, sustainable facilities and increased community use of our facilities through regular community based activities. The projects are expected to be completed in 2023.
This handy Campus Map will help you find our office, sub-school areas, library, canteen, the Nest and other key buildings.
NOTE: All visitors to Trinity Lutheran College are required to first sign in at our office.
The exception being visitors / patrons using our Sunset Hall or Mallee Sports Hall facilities after hours per scheduled bookings.