Choosing the right school is one of the most important decisions a parent can make, and it seems that even more people on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula are choosing Maitland Lutheran School as the best fit for their children.
Maitland Lutheran School was originally established in 1877 at nearby Kilkerran, with the land purchased for the current site in 1964. The first students were registered in 1966, marking 55 years this year of education.
The school has grown from around 50 students to more than 300 due to the demand for its quality Christ-centred education, with a middle school for years six to nine and a fully-equipped tech studies centre constructed in 2013.
With an increase in enrolments and interest in Christian-based education in the Yorke Peninsula area, Maitland Lutheran School has expanded its classroom facilities to accommodate the new students, including replacing the old transportable classrooms and building a new Upper Primary building.
The new Upper Primary building consists of five new classrooms, a dedicated music room, a common learning space and staff preparation area. Maitland Upper Primary students are now embracing their new learning space with great enthusiasm.
Maitland is a currently Foundation to Year 10 Christian school that will be expanding to Year 12 in 2023. This expansion is exciting for not just the school but for families across the entire Yorke Peninsula, and it’s pleasing to see the word of God is reaching more homes on Yorke Peninsula.
The LLL is blessed to have collaborated with Maitland Lutheran School, and we think it’s simply fantastic to work with such schools throughout Australia, helping children to “grow into Christ”, now and into the future.
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Maitland Lutheran School, SA, is growing to accommodate student enrolments.
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