There must be something in the waters here at Lockington, with many of our former students going on to many great achievements!
Here are a few notable examples of previous LCS students!
Travis Fimmel (born 15 July 1979) is an Australian actor and former model. He is best known for his role as Ragnar Lothbrok in the History Channel television series Vikings, as well as beginning his journey to fame by modelling for Calvin Klein.
Travis attended his primary schooling here and was for all intents-and-purposes, was your run-of-the-mill student raised on a dairy farm.
Travis to this day is a Locky person through-and-through and often is spotted within the community during some of his off time!
Col Pearse (born 10 July 2003) is an Australian Paralympic swimmer who was born and raised in the Lockington/Bamawn community. At the age of two, his right foot was amputated from below the ankle following a collision with a ride-on lawnmower.
Col attended his entire primary schooling here at Lockington Consolidated School, often referred to as a larrikin with a heart of gold!
Besides swimming, Col played junior Australian Rules football for the Lockington Cats under-12s, wearing a blue-and-white hooped prosthetic foot inspired by his beloved Geelong Football Club.
Sharelle Jane McMahon (born 12 August 1977) is an Australian former netball player who captained the Australian national netball team. She played in the goal attack and goal shooter positions.
Sharelle attended LCS for her entire primary schooling journey, and it is said to be where she began her love and passion for netball.
Brad McEwan (born 28 April 1971) is an Australian television presenter and sports journalist. Brad has previously been a sport presenter on the Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne editions of 10 News First and is best known for his hosting duties on Network Ten's Sports Tonight.
Brad grew up in Lockington and attended his primary schooling here at LCS.
Brad is still an active member of the Lockington Community, offering his time and support for the town, demonstrated by his efforts to help save the local swimming pool!
Ronald Iddles is a former Australian police detective. His conviction rate was 99% and he was dubbed "Australia's greatest detective".
Ron was born in 1955 and grew up on a dairy farm within the Lockington/ Rochester communities. Ron attended his Primary Schooling here at LCS.
If you venture into the town of Rochester, you will see a laneway dedicated to the life and work of Ron (pictured below)