The aim of the School Services departments at St Luke’s is to enrich learning, build learner resourcefulness and inspire innovation.

St Luke’s Grammar School has a rich history of being future focussed, with teachers and students inspired to be innovative, with the support of the School’s information, technology and careers counselling services.



LearningHub and Library

The LearningHubs (Libraries) at both the Dee Why and Bayview Campuses aim to support the needs of students and teachers in an information-rich world.

LearningHub Spaces

The physical spaces are named using the language of our learning dispositions, linking learning intentions and uses of the Library resources. They are: the Digital Resourcefulness space, Makerspace, Think Tank space, Relational space, Active Inquiry space, Mobile learning space and The Oasis. At Dee Why, the mezzanine level is reserved primarily for use by Year 11 and 12 students and consists of two functional areas, Absorption space and Collaboration space.

The spaces provide students with a springboard to access not only the physical collection of fiction, non-fiction, picture books, graphic fiction and study guides, but also to our extensive collection of online resources including, eBooks, eAudiobooks, online magazines, databases of peer-reviewed and full-text articles, online encyclopedias and a range of other subscription-based learning resources.

For more information, including the library catalogue search, please visit our Learning Hub website

Dee Why LearningHub (Library) Hours

Monday to Thursday - 7.30 am to 5.00 pm Friday - 7.30 am to 4.00 pm.

Bayview LearningHub (Library) Hours

Monday to Friday - 7.45 am to 3.10 pm


Information Technology

St Luke’s Grammar School continues to invest in technology programs, infrastructure and software with a focus on providing access to information for families, students and staff as well as the development of meaningful and innovative uses across all classes.

Learning spaces throughout the school are equipped with high speed wireless and internet connectivity, interactive whiteboards and a range of subject specific technologies such as 3D printers, digital media tools and robotics kits.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

The BYOD program allows students in Years 5 - 12 to use their own laptops. This program is augmented with the provision of tablets and laptops for our K-4 students and specialist spaces for artistic and design-centric activities. Students also have access to online textbooks as well as the latest software tools from Adobe, Google and Microsoft.

St Luke's Portal

The St Luke's Portal is accessible to all Staff, Students and current Parents. Parents with students due to commence at St Luke's will receive access closer to their child's commencement date.  The Portal is the place to go for all information. It keeps the St Luke's community informed about key activities taking place across a range of endeavours: Academics, Sport, Performing Arts, Tours, Camps and other Co-Curricular. The Portal is accessible on all devices. 


Careers Counselling

Careers in the Senior School has a number of comprehensive programs and support structures in place to support the students. These include:

  • Individual, parent and student, small group and year group meetings with a Careers Consultant
  • Careers Education Testing
  • ATAR goal setting, Student Recommendation Scheme, Education Access Scheme and School references
  • Year 10 Equip Program, including lectures and workshops throughout the year.