On Monday 2 November we recognised our annual Founders' Day holiday, which marks 41 years since John Paul College’s inception. In 1979 two single-gender schools, Stella Maris and Marianist College, came together to create the John Paul College we’re proudly a part of today.
Over the past 41 years the College has changed in numerous ways including technological advancements, new state of the art facilities and buildings including the Neff Science Centre, the Ngargee Centre for visual and performing arts, dedicated VCAL Centre and the modern Stewart Centre for Individual Learning.
2020 will make a significant mark in our College history, as we tackled the obstacles that came with Remote Learning, we hope to look back on this unique year with pride and a sense of achievement.
We look forward to what the future holds for JPC.
Take a look at the below images, which provide a snapshot of the rich history behind John Paul College: