Welcome to high school Year 7, 2025
We are delighted that you are considering becoming members of our community in 2025. As Year 7 students, you will engage in the extensive curriculum offered here at St John's College.
You will study six core subjects for the entire year and two elective subjects for rotations of one term each. You will also experience elective subjects from the arts, the humanities and technologies.
Impact Online Stationery details.pdf
Morning roll call and Pastoral Care will see you, as a Year 7 student, paired with a Year 9 student and a Year 11 student who will be your "Buddies" throughout the year.
You will then remain with your Pastoral Care teacher and with your same PC group until you graduate Year 12 in 2030.
Teachers and Classrooms
You will be taught by a variety of teachers who are specialists in their subject area. You will have the opportunity to move throughout the campus as you access specialist facilities.
Specific Events for Year 7 Students Only
Welcome BBQ in Term 1 - Reflection Days - Buddy Afternoons (Years 7, 9 and 11) - End of Year Activities.
Year 7 2025 Parent Information Evening will be held in February, 2024.
Each interview involves a meeting between parent(s), student and a member of the Senior Leadership Team. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about the College. It is also a chance for us to get to know your family.
Applications can only be made through our Online Enrolment process, accessed via our college website (www.stjohns.qld.edu.au ). Please ensure that your Online application for enrolment, including all required documentation as per the checklist, is received by the college office by Friday 8 March, 2024. You will be contacted once we have received your fully completed application to arrange an interview. (Feeder schools for Year 7 2024 students have kindly offered to send the Principal’s Reference to St John’s College on your behalf if you ask them to complete the form for your son/daughter).
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Enrolment Policy and Procedure
Consideration for enrolment of students will be based on a combination of the following:
St John's College Enrolment Policy
St John's College provide a quality education in an environment that nurtures children in the Catholic faith and Christian based Pastoral care.
Families seeking enrolment are required to express and commit that they share the expressed values of the school and are willing to support and contribute to the school's mission, vision, ethos, and charism.
While the College community recognises and accepts an obligation to respect all religious beliefs and Indigenous Spirituality, it is imperative that the Catholic life, nature, and ethos of the College be maintained across the whole school population.
Guidelines for Enrolment at St. John's College
The process of enrolment is to be guided by principles and values of the Good Samaritan Order: Prayer, Community, Hospitality, The Word of God, Listening, Balance, Compassion, Healing, Humility, Stewardship, Peace and Partnerships.
We are also guided by our Johnnies Way Framework: “We are called to be Neighbour to all" by being: Transforming, Reflective, Inclusive, Collaborative and Engaging.
The following Brisbane Catholic Education guidelines and processes for inclusive education are followed at a school level and can be viewed at the below links.
Inclusive Education (bne.catholic.edu.au)
2017 EASP Procedures Flow Chart.pdf (stjohns.qld.edu.au)