Lourdes Hill College, Hawthorne QLD







Established: 1916

Principal: Kay Gleeson

Address: 86 Hawthorne Road, Hawthorne 4171


Key Information


89 Teaching

72 Non Teaching


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VET Available

About our school

At Lourdes Hill College, each student is nurtured to become a global star who champions achievement and grows as a leader in the community. With technology bringing education, classroom design and learning to new heights, Lourdes Hill’s cutting-edge approach combines the Good Samaritan ideal of balance, citizenship and hope for the future.

The College takes pride in its academic success. Students are regularly in Queensland’s top performing Year 12 students for academic achievement. And, while most students follow the ATAR pathway, the College provides a wide range of opportunities for students to engage in Vocational Education and Training (VET) to complement their learning, enabling students to follow their passions. As well the successful VET program, Lourdes Hill College is the Recognised Training Organisation (RTO) for the Diploma of Business.

Learning continues beyond the classroom. Our co-curricular and extra- curricular programs inspire our students to learn new skills, develop their leadership abilities and provide service to the College and the community.

We offer an extensive range of Co-curricular activities which provide valuable and engaging experiences for our students. These include Debating, AFL, Netball, Rowing, Dance and Robotics and the opportunity to work alongside Eat Up Australia, Rosies and the Wesley Mission.

Quick Facts

  • Nurtures an inclusive and contemporary Catholic Learning community
  • Inspires young women to create a better world
  • Educates and empowers students to embrace a love of life and learning
  • Provides Middle and Senior School Student leadership opportunities
  • Wellbeing program designed to align with students’ specific stages of development
  • Academic Mentoring program pairing students with mentors
  • Inclusive Mirragin program for our First Nations students
  • Strong alliances with our stakeholder groups
  • Co-curricular opportunities in Sport, Service and Culture
  • Extensive range of service groups.

More from the school

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 566 543 559 567 562
Year 9 608 598 595 613 612

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 569 565 564 562 567
Year 9 612 591 591 625 602

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au

Campus Locations

Main Campus

86 Hawthorne Road, Hawthorne, 4171

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