Lumen Christi College is situated at the foothills of the Darling Ranges in Martin, WA. The picturesque rural setting belies the closeness of the College to the Tonkin and Albany Highways, and ease of access to and from the Gosnells railway station.
The spacious campus of approximately 20 hectares houses a range of contemporary learning facilities with ample room for students to engage in a breadth of academic, artistic, sporting and recreational activities.
Having grown steadily over the years, Lumen Christi College has extended and updated facilities to keep pace with changing needs and educational trends. Completion of the Senior Transition Centre in 2012 enhanced access to careers guidance and VET opportunities and created specialist facilities to support the College’s Learning Support Program. Extensive refurbishment to the creative and manual arts areas provided the College with state of the art facilities in keeping with those of a special trade centre. These have increased options for skill development towards chosen career paths for Lumen Christi students.
In 2015 the College opened the doors to its new Junior Transition Centre for Year 7 students. Equipped with state of the art classrooms, a lunch room, special Year 7 only lockers, communal assembly area and outdoor areas, the Junior Transition Centre also houses the Head of Year 7, a staff member dedicated to the well-being of our youngest students.
Grounds & Maintenance
The beautiful grounds at Lumen Christi College provide a friendly welcome and a positive learning environment. Care of the extensive lawns, passive areas, flower-beds, wooded areas and the College buildings is undertaken by a dedicated team of full-time and part-time staff.
Water used to reticulate the lawns, playing fields and flower beds is drawn from a man made lake within the College grounds. The lake is also used for water safety training and other activities within the outdoor education program.
Coordination of the Grounds, Maintenance and Cleaning teams is undertaken by the Property Maintenance Manager, Ian Robinson.