Everyday life at St Peters is vibrant and pulsing. Our students have access to a range of co and extra-curricular activities, all of which contribute to a well-rounded education. Our College community provides equipment and coaching for over 25 sports. Students involved in the Sport program have the prestige of being involved with a number of formal sporting associations. These include, but are not limited to, Queensland Girls Secondary Schools Sports Association (QGSSSA) and Associated Independent Colleges (AIC)

Our Music program is also an integral part of life at St Peters, with over 400 music lessons scheduled each week. Students have the ability to try out for productions, ensembles, choirs and bands. The Performing Arts Centre (PAC) is the artistic and cultural hub for the St Peters community. High profile international and local musicians and ensembles perform at the College regularly, sharing the stage with students during performances. 

Other cocurricular activities include our iconic Outdoor Education Program, Ironbark; the Duke of Edinburgh award and Robotics. In a world where technology plays an increasingly important role, Robotics is fast becoming an essential life skill. Our Robotics program caters for students in Years 5-12 and instills cooperation and valuable problem-solving skills.

Equipped for the future

Care, dignity & respect

Pastoral Care & Ministry

The heartbeat of St Peters is the gracious love of Christ. As a Christ-centred community, all who enrol and work at St Peters are treated with care, dignity and respect.
Pastoral Care & Ministry
Outdoor Education Program


Ironbark is pioneering outdoor education program based at the College’s Ironbark Centre near Crows Nest, Queensland.
Ironbark Outdoor Education
Bands, Choirs & Strings


St Peters is recognised for having one of the most outstanding Music programs in Australia. We are renowned for providing an engaging, exciting and empowering musical journey for all all students from the Primary Years to the Senior School.
Primary, Girls & Boys


Our comprehensive Sport program allows students to choose from over 25 sporting opportunities. All students can partake in sport at St Peters, with fixtures beginning in the Primary Years and continuing through to the Senior School.
Internationally recognised award

Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a youth development and leadership program for young people aged from 14-25 years.
Duke of Edinburgh
Technology of the future


Robotics is a cocurricular activity available to students from Years 5–12. All students are catered for, from beginners to students aiming to compete at an international level.
Extended learning opportunities

Extra-Curricular Interest

St Peters Lutheran College offers many extra-curricular activities in which students can be involved. Each student is challenged to discover, develop and use their gifts and talents for personal growth and service to others.
Extra-Curricular Interests