St Lucy’s School is a Catholic primary school in the Dominican tradition for students with disabilities. We provide excellence in education that empowers students with the values, knowledge, attitudes and skills to flourish and participate fully in society.
ABOUT ST LUCY’S
St Lucy’s has an enrolment of approximately 140 students with our main campus in Wahroonga, Sydney and satellite classes on the Northern Beaches. At St Lucy’s, we view each child individually in order to unlock their unique potential and to encourage them to become independent. We provide a holistic education, offering outstanding academic programs taught by special educators. Access to the programs is supported through the involvement of the Therapy Team. St Lucy’s caters to primary-aged children from all religious backgrounds. It is part of our mission to raise awareness of issues pertaining to disability in the wider community. St Lucy’s supports students in their pathway to other educational settings when they are ready or as they move to high school.
SATELLITE CLASS PROGRAMS
In addition to our main campus at Wahroonga, we have three satellite classes – two classes (Kindergarten – Year 1) at St Joseph’s in Narrabeen for students starting school and one class at St John’s, Narraweena for years five and six students preparing for high school.
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