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Welcome to the Good News Lutheran School website. Our commitment to a high quality education within a caring and Christ-centred environment has created a school that we are very proud of.

Good News is a small school, open to students from all backgrounds. As such, we have a rich and varied community that prides itself on inclusivity and the valuing of everyone. We serve the Centenary Suburbs, including Middle Park, Westlake, Jindalee, Mount Ommaney, Jamboree Heights, Sinnamon Park and Riverhills, as well as surrounding suburbs such as Corinda, Darra, Forest Lake, Springfield, Kenmore, Chapel Hill and Fig Tree Pocket.

At Good News we believe parents are the prime educators in a child's life and we seek to work in partnership with you to develop each student as a whole person spiritually, academically, physically, socially and emotionally. Each child is seen as a unique creation of God, born with special gifts and talents to be nurtured and developed appropriately, and who needs to be cared for and encouraged through their individual life journey.

We welcome your interest in our community and encourage you to explore our website fully. Please understand that some aspects of the site may only be accessed through a secure parent portal.

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Principal's Blog - JC Refugee

An angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream. “Get up,” he said, “take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt.” (Matthew 2:13a)

In this week’s chapels, we continued learning about the humanness of Jesus. Mrs Neldner and Mrs Eckermann shared the story of King Herod and the lengths he went to to ensure he remained king. Fearing that Jesus would de-throne him, Herod ordered all of the young boys to be killed. To stay safe, Jesus, Mary and Joseph fled to Egypt, becoming refugees in the process. It’s not often that we think of God’s Son as a refugee, especially when he was referred to as the King of Kings. He started life in a stable and spent his childhood homeless. Being God’s Son did not earn him speci ...
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