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Learning With Us

Years 7 to 12

Secondary School at LCS offers a time of consolidation and preparation for life outside of school by providing smaller classes and an impressive range of courses.

Our aim in the Secondary School is to produce young people who are equipped for life, work, and service. We hope to build competence, resilience and a Christ-focused vision. While receiving a high-quality education from experienced and supportive teachers, our Secondary School students are also able to participate in sports, social activities, camps, and recreation days.

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Welcome to Secondary School 

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” 

– Philippians 4:6-7

My name is Bonnie Armstrong and I am the Head of Secondary at Launceston Christian School. I’ve been teaching for 18 years and I am passionate about Christian education.

I’m married with six stepchildren and two fur babies.  I am creative, bubbly and determined.  Some of my favourite things include sunshine, chai lattes, quality time with friends, watching movies, eating out, jigsaw puzzles and travel.  My favourite quote is 'comparison is the thief of joy'.     

I strive to be a leader who is encouraging, present and relatable – someone who develops positive and meaningful relationships with staff, students and parents.  I value good communication and love working as part of a team. 

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LCS provides a wide range of subjects for Secondary School students.

At LCS, we want students to value learning and to focus on making progress rather than seeking perfection. Students are encouraged to do their best and to continually seek growth and improvement.

We endeavour to create an environment where all students feel valued, respected and have a sense of belonging. A strong emphasis is placed on developing positive relationships with both teachers and peers. LCS also has a Life Skills program for students who need a modified curriculum that focuses on skills needed for independence and employment.

In Years 7 and 8 students experience a wide range of subjects. In Years 9 and 10 students are able to choose from a selection of subjects that they want to pursue.

Some of the option subjects include Design Graphics, Drama, Design Technology, Math Methods, Music, Advanced Science, Legal Studies, Computing and Visual Art.

LCS also runs an important mentoring and personal development program with all Year 9 students called The Rite Journey. More information about this can be found by clicking on the link provided.

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In year 11 & 12, subjects are chosen for future pathways and LCS offers an extensive range of courses accredited by the Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification Authority (TASC). LCS is also part of a cooperative arrangement with St Patrick's College, Launceston Church Grammar and Scotch Oakburn College. Students wishing to study subjects that are not offered at LCS may study at one of the other schools if subject lines match up.

Students wishing to study VET courses (Vocational, Education and Training) are part of the St Patrick's College VET program.

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