Immanuel Arts Festival celebrates fortieth year

The 40th Immanuel Arts Festival is only a week away. A popular and well-known event on the Coast’s cultural calendar, the event will run from 20 to 23 May and there's something for every budget. A lavish Gala Opening will be held on Thursday 20 May before the Festival opens to the...

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Class of 2020 celebrate ATAR success

Immanuel graduates are ready to take on the world and after 2020, that’s saying something. With COVID-19 and remote learning interrupting their schooling, the Class of 2020 is comprised of resilient young adults who have achieved across a wide range of areas and who are ready to begin the next stage...

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Immanuel student named top soccer player on the Coast and Aussie champion

Immanuel soccer player Kiara Rychvalsky is thrilled after being announced as the Sunshine Coast's player of 2020. The popular Year 12 student, also a surf lifesaver, can now add Australian Champion to her growing list of accolades after winning the flags event in her age group at the 2021 Aussie Surf Lifesaving...

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ILC Students win USC writing competition

We're so proud of Year 7 student Milla D. and Year 9 student Zak K., both winners in their respective categories of the Telling Stories Writing Competition. At a ceremony at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), Zak went on to win the overall competition and was awarded the Professor Gary...

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Super surfer

Congratulations to Year 8 Immanuel student Sarah Young for her super surfing achievements. Sarah competed in the 2020 U14 Queensland Grommet Titles which were held on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast where she placed fourth and fifth respectively to finish fifth overall. The top five surfers then qualified for the national...

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Not all heroes wear capes

Not all heroes wear capes and Professor Trent Munro (ILC Class of 1992) is a fine example. One of Queensland's leading scientists, he led the charge to find a cure for COVID-19. Prof. Munro is a Senior Group Leader at The University of Queensland's (UQ) Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology...

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Immanuel opens new recycling shed

Immanuel’s hardworking ECO Club members have opened a $50,000 recycling shed to coincide with World Environment Day 2020. The Club has more than 70 members across the Primary and Secondary Schools and students have started using the facility for their Recycle-it-Right program. “Students use the purpose-built recycling shed to sort waste into...

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Welcome back students

Immanuel students and staff are thrilled to again be a Prep to Year 12 campus where all can embrace face-to-face learning at the conclusion of the College's Staying Connected remote learning program. "A big shout out to all the teachers, support staff, parents and students for doing such a fantastic job...

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School TV Special Report - Coronavirus

Since the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first reported in China in December 2019, many countries have now reported cases of infection, affecting people of all ages from different nationalities. This pandemic is having an adverse effect on many aspects of our life - everything from travel restrictions to shopping habits, even the...

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Success of Staying Connected

In the finaI week of Term One, Immanuel Lutheran College trialled its remote learning program, Staying Connected. Using Microsoft Teams, OneNote and other modes of communication, and the hashtag #HomeButNotAlone, the focus was on ensuring staff and students remained connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Immanuel was strongly positioned to enter...

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