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John Paul College has achieved an enviable reputation in the Frankston region as a school that offers a sound and comprehensive curriculum in excellent facilities. This reputation is the result of an active and collaborative partnership involving the school and its families. The college aims to provide an environment that will enable students to recognise their own worth and develop their full potential. Opportunity is provided for students to develop a personal relationship with God, out of which values and ideals will be shaped within the Catholic tradition of faith and learning. Entry priority is given to students from the five neighbouring parishes of Frankston, Frankston East, Seaford, Langwarrin and Chelsea. Applications for Year 7 close in February of the year prior to admission. Applications are also most welcome from non-Catholic students seeking a Christian education. Depending on vacancies, applications are also taken throughout the school year.

Facilities: The school is located in a 14-hectare suburban setting with a gymnasium, sporting fields and a track, plus a variety of ball courts. John Paul College has state-of-the-art IT facilities as well as excellent facilities for science, drama, music, food technology and creative arts.

Curriculum: The VCE curriculum includes Commerce, Information Technology, Humanities, Mathematics, Physical Education, Religion, Science, French and Italian, as well as Drama, Studio Arts, Graphics, Technology (Food and Wood), Home Economics, Music and Music Craft. Additional features of the curriculum include programs that assist students with special needs, either in support or extra challenge. John Paul College also has a comprehensive career planning and course selection program.

Sport: Inter-school teams are fielded in swimming, athletics, football, cricket and cross-country.

Extra-curricular activities: Students are encouraged to become involved in debating, public speaking, choirs, music tuition, drama productions and work experience.

Student welfare programs: Pastoral care and discipline are based on respect for self and others, with an emphasis on development of mature self-discipline

Religion Catholic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 950 students
Fees Less than 4k
$3900 for year 7, $4500 for year 12 (music tuition is extra)
03 9784******* 03 9784 0200
03 9781******* 03 9781 5810
Address McMahons Road, Frankston 3199
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