2021 March Open Day

 

The John Paul College Open Day on Wednesday 17th March at 4.30pm, has reached the capacity allowed under current COVID - 19 restrictions and registrations for this event are now closed. 

If you missed the opportunity to register for the Open Day, we encourage you to book in for one of our weekly College Tours.

Book a College Tour


Open Days provide families the opportunity to learn more about the John Paul College ethos and the countless opportunities we offer to our students.

Hear from our College Principal, John Visentin, enjoy a student-led tour around our expansive 14-hectare grounds and state of the art facilities and chat to our experienced teaching staff.

 

 “John Paul College is a vibrant learning community where each student is supported and challenged to achieve excellence. We offer an education that promotes resilience and faith in action. We are committed to maintaining high positive expectations and are attentive to the needs, goals and abilities of every student.”  Principal, Mr John Visentin

 

We are now accepting enrolments for 2023, applications close on 20 August 2021.  

Limited places are still available for Year 7, 2022.   Visit the Enrolments page for further details. 


 

 

Request an Enrolment Pack

 

Families interested in learning more about the College and the Enrolment process can do so by requesting an Enrolment pack to be sent to them.  

The pack contains important information regarding College Fees, Curriculum, Key Enrolment dates and an Enrolment Form. 

 

Request an Enrolment Pack 

 

 


COVIDSafe Event Checklist - The John Paul College Open Day is a registered event and the College has undertaken COVIDSafe measures to ensure the safety of the community. 

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