JOHN PAUL COLLEGE PRESENTATIONWINNER: JOHN PAUL COLLEGE
John Paul College delivers a contemporary co-educational curriculum grounded in traditional values from Early Learning to Year Twelve. Students are at the heart of all they do, and this is reflected in their purpose: To Educate, To Inspire, To Make a Difference.
John Paul College’s performing arts program has a far-reaching reputation for the outstanding professionalism of their productions and performances, the success of their Alumni and the quality of our Performing Arts specialist teachers.
Ensembles have contributed significantly to many national and international events over the past two decades. The biennial musical productions are the envy of local schools and theatre companies showcase our outstanding performers.
Their performing arts program is wide ranging from orchestras, ensembles, rock bands, choirs, cheerleading, dance companies and drama, to nurture talents, introduce students to a variety of performing arts disciplines and create unforgettable experiences for every student.
The program also offers many solo opportunities, small ensemble, and large event performances. Secondary students are proud to showcase the skills they have developed as they flourish in the performing arts.
It was a fantastic morning at John Paul College. Many thanks to the honourable Mick de Brenni MP for presenting the Performing Arts School of the Year Award to John Paul College alongside APATA CEO Yolande Smith, in JPC’s beautiful theatre.
Thank you also to Principal Karen Spiller OAM, Ms Amanda Waddell, the executive team and Arts faculty, Unveil Films and Photography and the John Paul College performing arts students for helping make this occasion something to celebrate.
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