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Our children are the future of the Lutheran Church, and to support their education, the LLL has worked with Navigator College in Port Lincoln to support a significant expansion to its senior school precinct.

Opening in term one this year, students from years 10 to 12 were thrilled to have been able to step into their expanded senior school precinct, featuring state-of-the-art learning spaces.

Navigator is a relatively young college, opening in 2009 to recognise the growing need for Lutheran educational opportunities on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula. The school community includes an Early Learning Centre extending through to year 12, and is the only regional school in South Australia, aside from Faith and Redeemer Lutheran colleges in the Barossa Valley, to offer the International Baccalaureate program.

With a huge increase in demand for quality education in the wider Port Lincoln area, the school had outgrown its facilities. Acknowledging the demand for 21st century career pathways, the school answered the call by adding a new multi-level, state-of-the-art STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) building to its senior school.

We are so grateful to have worked with Navigator to construct two new science labs, a bright and airy art studio, a design and technology space, student hub, four general learning classrooms and multiple flexible learning areas. These highly-prized areas will be appreciated for years to come.

It continues to be a pleasure for the LLL to partner with Navigator and we wish the college every blessing as their current and future students leverage the new facilities available to them now in the expanded Senior School.

It is an honour to support the work of people who love our Lord and Saviour and love the young people that their work touches.

Visit the school: Navigator College

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Year 10 to 12 students of Navigator College, Port Lincoln SA, embrace their new senior school precinct.

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