Rotorua | New Zealand

Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award

Thursday, October 19th, 2017 in News

John Paul College is pleased to continue the Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award at the college in 2018. The awards are open to students from ages 14-25 (students can start at 13 if they are turning 14 during the award time frame). There are three levels Bronze. Silver and Gold and four sections to each…

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2018 Year 13 Leadership Camp

Thursday, October 19th, 2017 in News

If your son/daughter is returning to John Paul College to complete Year 13 next year the students have a year level camp, which all students are encouraged to attend. The camp has many purposes, but the main one is to prepare the students and set the tone for what is an important and busy year. Please read…

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Staff Vacancies

Friday, September 15th, 2017 in News

Three full time teaching positions have become available at JPC; to learn more about them click here

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Scholarship Season is Open

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 in News

Scholarships, grants and awards are a great way of funding your tertiary education. Go here for information about what’s out there and how to get it, along with some links to get you started, including the latest scholarships available.

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Success for JPC at RoboCup Junior New Zealand

Monday, June 26th, 2017 in News

RoboCup Junior New Zealand is a national robotics competition for school students. Its point of difference from many other competitions is that the robotic platform is not specified. This year the competition was held at Hillcrest High School, Hamilton. Under the tutelage of IT teacher Mrs Marisol Bite, both JPC teams gained first place and qualify for the…

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JPC Head Boy Excels at Shakespeare Festival

Thursday, June 8th, 2017 in News

John Paul College head boy Gus Dube wowed the judges at the recent national Shakespeare competition, being singled out for his role as Henry V. Gallery It was a great honour for the school to again be chosen to open the 2017 University of Otago Sheilah Winn National Festival of Shakespeare in secondary schools with a…

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