The Week Ahead - End of Term 1, 2024

Monday 1 April

From the Head of College

From the Head of College

Dear Parents and Caregivers,

As we arrive at the end of Term 1, there are so many accomplishments on which to reflect. I think it was very fitting that last Saturday, at our Open Day, we were able showcase to visitors and prospective families what makes 91AV an outstanding College, as well as the numerous opportunities on offer at 91AV. 

Our Christian values, quality relationships and transparent communication continue to serve as the foundation from which we operate as a College. We also have the added advantage of being a small College, which still provides the learning experiences and opportunities found in bigger schools.

From the College Pastor

From the College Pastor


Term 1 is nearly over – and how quickly it has flown by! Did you observe any Lenten practices? Did they help you draw closer to Christ, who gave his life for you and me on that cross?

As we near the end of Term 1 we are not only nearing the much-needed holidays but also the celebration of Easter, quite early this year, as it is linked to a combination of the lunar and solar calendars. (Easter is on the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after the Northern spring (our autumn) equinox).

Community News

From the Director of Marketing and Enrolments

What an extraordinary Open Day we had at 91AV Lutheran College!

It was a wonderful celebration of our community and a true testament to the hard work and dedication of our students and staff. A very big thanks to the student, parent and staff volunteers who contributed their time to make the event a success.

Lutheran Youth Program

Please see the flyers below for more information about the Lutheran Youth Group Term 2 events, as well as the youth event on April 19.

From the Director of Pastoral Care and Wellbeing

As the first term of the 2024 school year draws to a close, it’s a timely reminder for all of our college community to pause, rest and take a breath. Regular rest is essential toward maintain positive mental health and wellbeing. As students finish their schooling commitments in the final days before entering the Easter Holiday period, many will look back on this time with varied reflections.

Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Concert Band - Mega Band Workshop

Our Stephen Street Campus Symphonic Wind Ensemble members have been volunteering their time to support and guide the 91AV Lutheran College Concert Band students on a Wednesday afternoon in band sectionals.

This is a fantastic leadership opportunity for the Symphonic students which promotes peer learning as well as developing musical independence. 

The Concert Band students appreciated these sessions and found them valuable in getting assistance to learn their parts together as a group and meet some of the more experienced performers. 

This has enabled growing students' confidence, not only in playing but also in their ability to assist others on their instrument. Given the success, we will hold these sessions at least twice a term moving forward!

This has formed some fantastic bonds in preparation for our very first MEGA BAND workshop which occurred in Week 10 involving all Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Concert Band students combined.

Project Based Learning at 91AV

Junior College

From the Junior College Director of Campuses

After 10 weeks of learning, camps, excursions and sporting events, we have made it to the end of Term 1 at the Junior College. The end of a term is a time to reflect on all the achievements of our students and to celebrate the progress they have made. 

Yesterday all parents received our Term 1 Student Engagement Reports which outlined the social and emotional aspects of your child’s learning and how they have settled into the 2024 school year. We trust these reports have given you an insight into how your child is working within their classroom.

JC Sports News

Friday Sport - Term 1

Last Friday saw the culmination of our primary sports fixtures for term 1, in which we participated in Girl's Touch football, Mixed Tennis, and Boys' AFL. 

Our 91AV teams performed exceptionally well, in the new trail format, which saw teams compete over 4 weeks playing two games each day. 

Our 91AV students demonstrated fantastic sportsmanship and produced some great results. They have been improving each week with their skills and knowledge of team sport.

JC P-2 Track and Field Carnival

The JC Prep to Year 2 Track and Field Carnival will be held on Friday 26 April 2024 at the Hume Street Campus. All students are to be dropped at HSC by 8.20am and will finish at approx. 12.30pm. WSC students will then return to their campus via College bus.

For more information, please click on and .

Outside School Hours Care

Hume Street Campus

HSC Weekly Events

Please  to view HSC's Events for Term 2 2024, Week 1.

HSC Aussie Hoops Program

HSC Staff News

It is with sadness that I let our community know that Mrs Leticia Riddle will be taking time for the remainder of this year to spend some extra time with her children.

HSC Tennis Coaching - Term 2 2024

Tennis coaching will be available in Term 2, 2024. Please click below for the relevant information:

Warwick Street Campus

WSC Weekly Events

Please to view WSC's Events for Term 2, Week 1 2024.

WSC Tennis Coaching - Term 2 2024

Tennis coaching will be available in Term 2, 2024. Please click below for the relevant information:

WSC Aussie Hoops Program

Stephen Street Campus

Sport News

Sports News – Term 1, End of Term

From the Director of Stephen Street Campus

As I started to pen this article, I needed to pause, as I was almost about to start by talking about Semester 1 rather than Term 1, such is the magnitude of what has already happened this year at 91AV.

Unfortunately, one of our final big events for the term – Cross Country, was unable to go ahead due to a very wet start to Week 10.

Nevertheless, as mentioned, this term has still been full of highlights across all areas of Stephen Street Campus.


Welcome from the Leadership Team