St Luke’s Grammar School has an active and dynamic School Community and warmly welcomes the involvement of parents and carers in a wide range of community activities and programs.

There are many opportunities for parents to become involved at St Luke’s, whether it be organising Year group or School activities and events, volunteering to help in a number of different capacities, or simply attending the many activities and events on offer.


Community Parents

Each Year group at St Luke’s has a small group of volunteer Community Parents, who, as advocates for the School, organise opportunities for fellow Year group parents to build a strong sense of community and to feel connected to each other and the School.

Each year, events such as dinners, Trivia nights, Mothers and Fathers Day breakfasts, morning teas and sporting activities are organised.

At the Bayview Campus, there is a formal Parents & Friends Association, who similar to the role of Community Parents, welcome new families, organise Year group social events and support those in their child’s Year.



St Luke’s values the tireless efforts of our parent volunteers, who assist on a daily basis, in a variety of ways. Opportunities for volunteering include working in the Canteen, Uniform Shop or Library; reading programs in the Junior School, managing or coaching sports teams, or assisting with musicals, drama performances, or other events.

In addition, each Year, as part of our Careers Program, St Luke’s invites parents who are experts in their fields (Corporate, Entrepreneurial, Trades etc) to mentor students and provide valuable insight into future career paths.

It is the policy of the Anglican Schools Corporation that all volunteers must provide a current Working with Children Check and all volunteers must complete the online check and submit their details to St Luke’s for verification. To apply for a Working with Children Check please click here.