The College offers a range of Co-Curricular activities to suit the needs and interests of students. The two largest activities, however, are our Music and Sporting (TAS) programs.
At Faith Lutheran College Redlands, music making is at the forefront of the College’s cultural, civic and recreational life. Whether your musical interest lies in vocal or instrumental performance, Faith has it covered with an impressive array of choirs, bands and ensembles.
Choices include Concert Band, Stage Band, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass ensembles. Percussion groups in a variety of formats, guitar club, rock outfits and jazz combos offer musical opportunities outside of more traditional formats. Group or individual tuition is available across a broad range of instruments, from guitar, percussion, wind, brass or strings.
Tutors at Faith are all highly regarded professionals, who have a passion for passing on the traditions, skills and industry knowledge needed by future musicians.
Vocal performance is a core element within Faith’s musical community, with choir, contemporary vocal performance and individual voice studies readily available.
Our musicians and singers have collated an impressive range of performance credits, both within the College and the Redlands community at large. The music resources of the College are consistently called upon to support the outside community, the business district and collaborations with other musicians, choirs and other artists support.
The Associated Schools (TAS Sports)
Faith Lutheran College, Redlands has an extensive offering in competitive sports and games. The College’s membership in TAS enables the students in Year 4 to 12 to participate and represent the College in the various sports which are offered. Membership in TAS (The Associated Schools) enables boys and girls to represent their school in a variety of summer and winter sporting fixtures against a number of Brisbane Schools.
Whilst our sporting achievements are promoted and significant, the College places its greatest emphasis upon skill acquisition and participation for enjoyment. All students are encouraged to play at least one sport throughout the year. Students can be involved as players, managers, score-keepers or being responsible for equipment.
Fixtures are played on Saturday each term; approximately nine weeks of competition. Inter-school carnivals are also held for Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics in Term 1, 2 and 3 respectively.