John XXIII College
Catholic co-educational day school; Prep to Year 12.
A Catholic school: the College operates under the authority of the Catholic Archbishop of Perth. Religious education and Catholic teaching and forms of worship are central in the life of the College. In this context, the College welcomes persons of other denominations who are committed to supporting the Catholic ethos of the College (subject to the availability of places).
Co-educational: boys and girls associate together in classes, in activities and socially.
A Kindergarten to Year 12 school: on the one site, there is a primary school and a high school.
- A family school: the College provides continuity in education through primary and secondary schooling thereby developing a strong sense of family in which parents and staff support each other on behalf of the growing student.
A school of excellence: the College has a sound reputation for academic and co curricular achievements; teaching and classwork reflect this emphasis. The programs, staff and resources provide for wide ranging interests and abilities of all students.
A well-resourced school: the College Council provides quality surroundings and facilities.
- A pastoral school: the College strives to meet the developmental needs of each student.