Plus Ultra 2025, our Strategic Intent builds on the successes of the past 75 years, and lays out our collective vision, ambition and direction for St Peters in the years ahead. 

In charting our course for this decade Plus Ultra 2025 is future focused and embraces leading practice, next practice and innovation; yet at the same time remains true to the vision of our founding Headmaster Mr W C Schneider, whose great hope for St Peters was that it would be ‘a school where your sons and daughters will get the best possible training, a school which should do much good for the church and the country’.

You can view Plus Ultra 2025 in detail here.


After two years work, you can read about the development of a new Masterplan for the Indooroopilly campus below. This exciting initiative will guide the physical development of the College for the next decade with the overarching objective to ensure cohesive campus development in a way that maximises the capacity of the built environment.


St Peters Lutheran College is owned and operated by the Lutheran Church of Australia Queensland District (LCAQLD) and governed by a College Council. This council is elected by the LCAQLD Synod. The St Peters College Council meets regularly and receives reports from the Head of College, who oversees the daily management and operation of St Peters. 

St Peters Indooroopilly and St Peters Springfield are part of an Australia-wide network of Lutheran pre-primary, primary and secondary schools, called Lutheran Education Australia (LEA). Approximately 40,000 students are enrolled in Lutheran schools across Australia. St Peters Lutheran College is the largest Lutheran school in Australia.