I have watched Peace change immensely over the last 13 years I have been a student. Buildings have been erected, walkways constructed and gardens planted, yet somehow Peace, in its essence, has remained the same extraordinary place. I am infinitely grateful to my parents for enrolling me at the College to start school in 2005. In my time, I have made many lifelong friends and been presented with so many opportunities. Peace has continually been the largest part of my life. Graduating felt surreal, letting go of not only classmates and beloved teachers but also the atmosphere of Peace itself. The tight-knit and friendly environment allowed me to know well everyone in my grade as well as grades above and below me. It was something so essential for success in my studies and something so difficult to say goodbye to. Thank you Peace for everything.
News & Events
Victory for our Legal Students
In September, Year 12 students Emily and Alisha proudly represented Peace Lutheran College in the CQU Legal Mooting competition. The girls did an amazing job, winning the competition. Amongst the adjudicators was Magistrate Nerida Wilson who congratulated the girls on their professionalism and presentation, commenting on their high standard, comparing them to a similar level presented by university students in a recent moot she had judged. Thank you to CQU Law student, Karen Longhurst who mentored the girls in the lead up to their presentation. She did an amazing job and was a great support for the girls.
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Peace Boarding Dominate on the Field
Well done to our Peace Lutheran College Boarders who were awarded for their recent victories in AFL with their team Cairns City Lions AFL Youth Girls team for 2018 - Caitlin Stephen (awarded Most Determined), Jen Wosomo (awarded Best & Fairest), Nardia Amini (awarded Best & Fairest and Runner-Up), and Julie Wereh (awarded Most Consistent), along with Alexia Ware and Keyonia Sinnamon. Great job girls!
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State Finals for Shakespeare Enthusiasts
Peace Lutheran College's two amazing Shakespearean performers, Emma McMullen, and Holly Cummings presented their 'Taming of the Shrew' piece at Shake & Stir Theatre Co.'s statewide competition on 1st September and have just been advised they have won regionals at the 2018 QLD Youth Shakespeare Festival. Drama teacher, Mrs. Serafin said, "The girls were absolutely amazing." The girls will now compete at the State Finals in Brisbane on 19th and 20th October at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. This is such an incredible achievement - congratulations girls, we are so proud of you. All the best for the State Finals!
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