Greg Miller | Principal
St Luke's Catholic College

Greg Miller, Principal, St Luke's Catholic College

Greg Miller is a visionary educational leader with a strong desire to transform learning. Since May 2016, he has served as Principal Leader of St Luke’s Catholic College, Marsden Park, Sydney, Australia. St Luke’s is establishing the ‘new normal’ for preschool to post-school learning by combining five educational services of preschool, primary, secondary, out of hours schools care and a high needs hub, within the one Catholic learning community. This all takes place within an extended school day, 6:00am to 6:00pm, Monday to Friday, and support the school’s vision to nurture faith filled, curious children to become creative contributors and innovative problems solvers for a changing world. 

Previous to his current role, Greg served as the Secondary Schools Consultant in the Diocese of Broken Bay which followed 7 years as Principal of Mater Dei Catholic College in Wagga where he stridently advanced the quality of learning and leadership. With a Master of Education - Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation, a Master of Education - Leadership, and a Graduate Certificate in Boys’ Education, Greg epitomises lifelong learning. 

With an ability to ‘get people on board’, Greg’s passion for learning wins commitment from staff, students and the wider community. As a creative, strategic and analytical thinker, and with the invaluable support of excellent staff, engaged parents and supportive community partnerships, Greg acts with and with the ‘fierce urgency of the now’ by collaboratively working with other educational thought leaders to ensure St Luke’s is #futureready now.



Day 2 @ 10:00

Designing and establishing a new normal for pre-school to post-school education

  • Introducing new data sets for students to understand who they are and what they can do
  • Linking talents and strength with general capabilities
  • Creatively using time for students lead and direct self-paced learning and passion
last published: 20/Mar/19 21:15 GMT

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