Victory Lutheran College at Wodonga is a thriving school, and with support from LLL, is in the middle of a building expansion and renovation program.
Victory Lutheran Primary School was founded in the early 1990s on the site of the old Drages Airworld museum, catering for 42 students in Prep to year six. In little over a decade demand had significantly grown, leading to its expansion to year 12 and being renamed as Victory Lutheran College. Enrolments have since surpassed 800 students.
Priding itself on academic achievement, Victory provides outstanding facilities in science, music, art and technical trades. Creating a strong community where students are recognised as individuals with their own dreams, abilities and beliefs, the school offers an innovative curriculum within a Christian community.
With ever-growing enrolments, the school has embarked on a building program where the construction of a year three-four Learning Hub is nearing completion, including six new primary classrooms with adjoining collaborative learning spaces. The hub includes a staff room, amenities, withdrawal spaces, an outdoor covered area for the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation (SAKGP) and storage.
The Learning Hub will foster modern teaching that allows flexibility in a collaborative environment, as well as catering for students with learning needs. The Learning Hub will be ready for term one in 2022, providing a great start to the academic year.
And the works won’t stop there – with plans underway for a drama facility. The drama centre will be followed by the modernisation and renovation of three original primary school blocks, converting them from four general primary learning areas to three and including a central collaborative space.
At Victory Lutheran College there is a shared vision for a Christian Community – Together in Excellence, Learning today – Leading tomorrow. The College collaborates with the local congregation in these pursuits, as we inspire tomorrow’s leaders today.
The ground is broken and buildings are well underway at Victory Lutheran College.
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