John Paul College strengthens CQ ties

Strong bonds formed at John Paul College


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John Paul College (JPC) has a proud reputation as one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic Early Learning to Year 12 co-educational, independent schools.

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John Paul College (JPC) has a proud reputation as one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic Early Learning to Year 12  co-educational, independent schools.

JPC principal Karen Spiller said Beef 2018 provided a perfect platform to build the colleges footprint in Central Queensland.

“We have 1950 day students and 52 boarders enrolled at the college this year, so we came to Rockhampton to showcase the boutique boarding experience JPC provides.

“The accommodation within a village atmosphere makes boarding at JPC a very special experience.  We welcome boys and girls from across Qld, from rural and indigenous communities, neighbouring states and neighbouring countries, to the John Paul family,” Ms Spiller said.

“We want the very best for each of our boarders and our priority is to provide them with a happy, safe and supportive home environment.

“The small comparative size of our boarding house means our boarders get to know each other very well throughout their years spent at JPC, leading to strong bonds of friendship being forged that often continue through their adult lives.”

The story John Paul College strengthens CQ ties first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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