Our Facilities

Our College is based on two campuses in Everton Hills, just a kilometre apart. The campuses are tucked away from main roads and public view and characterised by well-equipped facilities, a leafy environment and ample recreation and sport spaces.

Kindergarten to Year 6 (including Outside School Hours Care) are based at the Junior Campus on Rogers Parade West, and Years 7-12 at the Senior Campus on Henderson Road.

Prince of Peace has provided a happy and safe place for our children to reach their potential. — Mrs B (parent)


Junior Campus

At the Junior Campus, students enjoy spacious, air-conditioned classrooms equipped with interactive white boards and some (with a plan for all in due course) equipped with REDCAT hearing systems that allow the teacher’s voice to be heard by every child, regardless of where they are in the room.

Our youngest students enjoy their own spaces at Prince of Peace. The Kindergarten and the three Prep classrooms are each set in their own areas with separate play spaces, allowing our youngest students dedicated spaces to learn and grow, and to make a smooth and gradual transition to school.

Students enjoy two play areas, one for Years 1-3 and one for the older students, and together with the large oval, upper oval and hard court areas, there is plenty of space and lots of fun for all.

The campus has an exceptional Resource Centre that provides traditional library space, a media room and a computer lab where students work collaboratively. Additionally, there is a well-equipped music room and instrumental practice rooms. Students enjoy the privilege of using the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church for worship and other events.


Middle and Senior Campus

Opened in 2009, the Middle and Senior Campus been designed to achieve maximum benefit from the shape of the site, providing bright, airy learning spaces.

The balance of specialist spaces and general learning spaces ensures the campus is able to provide a wide range of subjects in a small class environment.

Specialist spaces include:

  • new multi-purpose hall with seating for 500 – includes drama studio and stage for performances (opening October 2023)
  • agile learning spaces
  • three Science laboratories
  • Visual Art studio
  • computer labs
  • Food Technology kitchen
  • Music studio
  • Design Technology workshop

Campus facilities will continue to expand to meet the needs of increasing student numbers.

Great care has been taken in developing the outdoor environment at the Middle and Senior Campus. The creative work of our grounds team in planting and the development of seating and shade areas gives the campus a very special feel. When you visit our Senior Campus, take time to stroll through the Worship Walk, depicting the ten core values of Lutheran Education Australia, along to the Outdoor Worship Area.

Looking Back and to the Future

This small beginning was the result of the vision and commitment of the congregation of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, which was at that time based in West Chermside. Over time, the school grew and transitioned from single to double and finally to triple streaming in each year group.

With approximately 450 students at the Junior Campus, development of grounds and facilities is almost complete, with only minor improvements and additions planned for the near future.

In 2009, vision once again become reality with the opening of the Senior Campus, just a kilometre away. Year by year the campus grows, with the goal of no more than five classes per year group in the future. 2012 was a milestone year, with the graduation of our first Year 12 class.

The ongoing development of the Middle and Senior Campus is challenging and exciting. Additional facilities are planned and developed to match the needs of increasing student numbers. This staged development will continue to take place over the next ten years and beyond, with the provision of additional classrooms, specialist facilities, and sports centre.