St John's College Library | A place for study and Liturgy

St John's College Library | A place for study and Liturgy

Science at St John's College

Science at St John's College

English for Speakers of Other Languages

English for Speakers of Other Languages

Te Whata Kōrero o Hato Hoani

Te Whata Kōrero o Hato Hoani

Visual Arts at St John's College

Visual Arts at St John's College

Bugsy Malone | Combined schools production with Sacred Heart Girls' College

Bugsy Malone | Combined schools production with Sacred Heart Girls' College

St John's College Senior Guitar Group | Performance at Founders Theatre

St John's College Senior Guitar Group | Performance at Founders Theatre

St John's College Swimming Championships

St John's College Swimming Championships

Tough Guy Challenge

Tough Guy Challenge

Hockey at St John's College | Goal set up

Hockey at St John's College | Goal set up

Preparing Young Men for Life

St John's College has 750 boys from Year 9 to Year 13, and is located on Hillcrest Road, Hamilton. Built on the Marist tradition, it emphasises family spirit, promoting an environment where students are well looked after. Staff and students form a community where they can support each other on a daily basis.


Shave for a Cure

On Friday 22 May, during lunch time in the gym, the following boys will be shaving their heads to raise money for research into blood cancer.

The following boys will be taking part: Brodie Tilsley, James Brennan, Josh Smith, Kieron Hall, Finn Lally, John Paca, Dyrel Lumiwes, Chase Hennessy, Dwayne Carvalho, Robert Te Ripo, Anthony Sinclair, Patrick O’Connor, Noah Connolly, Lachlan Kerr, Kees, Eric and George

The staff shaving will be, if sufficient money is reached: Matua Tim, Mr Masom.

We need to raise $1500 and Mr Plant will shave half his beard.

 

2019 Information Evening, 14 May

Parents and prospective students are invited to attend our Information evening for new enrolments for 2020.

The evening will start promptly at 6 p.m. on 14 May with a presentation in the gym. That will be followed by tours of the school itself, finishing around 8:30pm