WELCOMEJohn Paul College is a Catholic Co-educational College established in 1984 serving the Goldfields Community in Western Australia. From our foundations of PRENDIVILLE COLLEGE 'for Girls' established in 1971 and CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE, CBC, 'for boys' Kalgoorlie established in 1906, we continue to educate young men and women within a Catholic framework of justice, peace and charity. These foundations form the College motto of Justice, Peace and Charity and underpin all activities and relationships we foster at the College
The College offers a diverse programme for students in Years 7 through to 12 based on Catholic teaching and service to others. As well as traditional core subjects the College has an extensive curriculum with opportunities for students to participate in drama, music, information technology and sporting activities. These complement and add diversity to the broader curriculum on offer at John Paul College.
As you travel through the site you will witness the diversity of our community and see some of the ways our mission is lived out through the many facets of life at John Paul College. Parents and students considering John Paul College as a possible destination for high school can sample some of the spiritual, academic, social and sporting opportunities on offer through this site.
- Bradley Hall, Principal of John Paul College
Mary Was The First Sister And Mother Superior Of The Newly Formed Order Of The Sister Of St Joseph.
- Mary MacKillop
Catherine Founded The Sisters of Mercy in 1831.
- Catherine MacAuley
Edmund Founded The Congegation of Christian Brothers in 1802.
He Was Responsible Of Building Many Schools and Churches In Western Australia During His Time in Office (1933 - 1968).
-Archbishop Redmond Prendiville
Bridget Founded The Group Known As The Sisters Of St John Of God.