OP RESULTS | Congratulations to our SEN18RS (graduating class of 2018) on their excellent academic achievements this year. Congratulations to our OP 1 recipients; Edward Fung (Dux of the College), Jai Bofinger (Proxime Accessit), Caesar Qiu, Abi Balaji (Cameron Cup recipient) and Karlym Nam. We wish the SEN18RS the very best for the next stage of their learning journey and look forward to hearing about and celebrating their future success. #JPCpride #JPCqld #JohnPaulCollege #StayConnected#academicexcellence
Welcome to the John Paul College online, interactive newsletter – ‘Burgundy+Blue’. Each week, the community will have access to all the news from across the campus in addition to Mrs Karen Spiller’s Principal’s Voice.
Each Assembly, a Year Twelve student presents their ‘Last Word’ – an inspirational point of view that draws on their experience at JPC.
Yesterday Reilly White talked about family, and what it means to her – support, understanding and forgiveness.
Please enjoy ‘Ranga’s’ Last Word.
John Paul College Year 12 student, Reilly White, has had her design ideas come to life in the new John Paul College Kindergarten classrooms which were officially opened on August 31.
While their peers were dreaming of Easter eggs over the last school holidays, 46 of Queensland’s brightest Year 12 students were dreaming up solutions to real world problems during STEM internships at QUT.
John Paul College Principal, Mrs Karen Spiller (OAM) has today received her Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) from His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC at the Investiture Ceremony at Government House in Brisbane.
Games wrap-up: across the 11 days of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, the John Paul College family united to cheer on four alumni athletes and their display of athleticism, humility, courage and sportsmanship.
Look out for Genevieve LaCaze (alumnus 2006/07) at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Genevieve will be competing for Australia in the 3,000m steeplechase. In the video below, she talks about her formative years at John Paul College and her rise to become Australian champion and a dual Olympian.