Welcome . . .
This website provides a brief insight into the holistic nature of our College and a extensive resource for our students and their parents. It includes an overview of our Special Character - who we are as a community, what we stand for and how our holistic vision extends to student achievement and support in Pastoral Care, Academia, Sport, Arts and Culture. By expanding our vision to these particular spheres, we believe we can develop a young man who is balanced, well-rounded and able to face a competitive secular world with confidence.
This is the vision of a ‘St. John’s Man’. St. John’s College is a hidden jewel. It has evolved through the vision of the Marist Fathers and provides a first-class education as the only Catholic Boys’ School in the Hawke’s Bay. We provide a stimulating educational programme with an emphasis on literacy and numeracy, an excellent range of sporting opportunities, activities to celebrate our cultural heritage and a great house system which fosters school spirit and competition.
Enrolment for Yr 9 students – 2019
Fri 13th - End of Term 1
Mon 30th - Start of Term 2
Tues 8th - Parent Conference 4-7pm
Wed 9th - Parent Conference
Note School closed for pupils as teachers involved with Parent/Teacher conferences
Thu 10th - Prospectus Evening (for new Yr 9 students 2019) - 7pm
Fri 11th – Sun 13th May - O’Shea Shield – St Catherine’s, Wellington
Thu 17th - Parents Evening
Friday 18th - Year 9 and Year 10 Social at Sacred Heart College
Friday 1st – Mon 4th June
College Closed for Queen’s Birthday weekend Please note Friday
Tue 12th - Taste of St John’s Day (for prospective 2019 Year 9 students)
Sat 16th - St John’s/Sacred Heart combined Ball
Thu 5th - Feast Day Mass, Sacred Heart Church
2017 at a glance . . .
As we look back at another wonderful year at St. John’s College, the list of achievements is worth celebrating. We hope your son has made the most of the opportunities presented to him and he enjoyed the year. Here is a small synopsis of what have we achieved in 2017:
The following students received Year Level Excellence endorsements for 2017.
YEAR 11 - Excellence Endorsements
Zachary Barrett, Liam Brown, Ben Gardiner, Kitt McEvoy, Mitchell McLeod, Isaac Powell, Brad Selwood
YEAR 12 - Excellence Endorsements
Phillip Halpin, Reilly Hannan, Ethan Kerins, Shea McDonald , Glen Oliver, Sione Roberts, Gurjas Sekhon, Zachary Story, Caleb Thompson, Luca Vignolini, Cody Ward
YEAR 13 - Excellence Endorsements
Liam Ward, Jake Dunn, Blake Hill, Nathan Hunteleslag, Samuel Phillips, Hayden Robertson, Richard Russell
The following students received Year Level Merit endorsements for 2017.
YEAR 11 - Merit Endorsements
McKenzie Brown, Caleb Burke, Antoine Collins, Mark Day, Ben Evans, Jameel Geor, Jamie Gilbertson, Lachlan Gouder, Guerreiro Heatherwick, Keighkyb Hodges, Max Ireland, Tayden Lemalu, Samuel Lunny, Sam Lynskey, Cayleb McFlynn- Rautao, Toby Mills, Cameron Morrison, Jamie Nichols, Liam O’Brien, Hamish Ross, Keegan Sachs, Gurkarn Singh , Harmanpreet Singh, Tarshdeep Singh, Finn Smith
YEAR 12 - Merit Endorsements
Kadin Binnie, Dylan Bishop, James Bourke-Nuku, Jobenpreet Chahail, Stanley Chalmers, Joshua Chamberlain, Toby Chittenden, Zayne Coffey, Christopher Dove, Kane Elms, Riley Greaney, Sean Hughes, Caleb Leddie, Keegan Milne, Jaden Moffitt, Patrick Muldowney, Kadyn Newport, Liam O’Rorke, Alex Onesi, Anaru Puketapu, Viliami Tuakalau, Joshua van Hooijdonk
YEAR 13 - Merit Endorsements
Jonty Grieve, Daniel Kelly, Aeron Makowharemahihi, Joseph Ramirez, Christopher Tichborne, Vincent Vanu
YEAR 9 DEBATERS
Our Year 9 Debaters qualified for the HB Debating Finals. This was held on 15th December and our team of Tim Donkin, Alan Uthup and Caden Mouat-Harvey performed well. They narrowly went down by one point to Iona College.
Sam Heaven was joint top Culinary Student in the country, at the National Championships in Auckland last month. Sam Heaven and Daniel Moss won the National Culinary Challenge, crowned National Champions and won $19,500 in prizes.
Ryan Maney has won a flying scholarship with funding which hopefully will take him through to solo level in a fixed wing – private pilot’s license.
Joshua Adegoke: Selected for the Regional Athletics Academy 2018. ECNI Champs - 1st Intermediate 400m, 2nd 100m, 2nd 200m
Andre Carter - Selected for the Regional Athletics Academy 2018. ECNI Champs - 1st Intermediate Discus, 3rd Shot Put
Andrew Oliver - ECNI Champs - 1st Open 300m Hurdles, 2nd 100m Hurdles
Dylan Homan - ECNI Champs - 1st Junior Javelin
Liam O'Rorke - ECNI Champs - 3rd SNr 800m, 3rd 1500m
Mark Day - ECNI Champs2nd Snr 2000m Steeples, 3rd 3000m
Jaden Moffitt - ECNI Champs 3rd Snr 400m
Kyle Groner- was selected in the National Super City Development team. NZ U14/15 softball team. HBU16 National All-Star Baseball Team.
Jayden Peterson - 2018 HB A Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Jack Gardner - 2018 NZ Development, HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Ben Evans- 2018 NZ Development, HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Andre Carter- 2018 NZ Development, HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Toby Mills - HB B Grade Rep, HB SS Regional Champs - Gold. NZ SS National Champs - Silver.
Kitt McEvoy - HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Kalder Woods-Pritchard - HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Caleb Thompson -HB B Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Jacob Harrison - HB C Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Gold. NZSS National Champs - Silver.
Nathaniel Green - HB C Grade Rep, HBSS Regional Champs - Silver.
JNR Canoe Polo Team - HBSS Regional Champs - Silver
Max Williams -National Track Cycling Champs 2nd - U17 Individual Pursuit Time Trial and 2nd in the 7.5km scratch race.
Jaden Murphy - U16 Touch Nationals. The team placed 14th. Selected into the Touch NZ Talent Identification Programme.
Kyle Groner, Jahdiel Asovale and Michael Beech -U16 HB Baseball travel team.
Any parents requiring information about buses should phone Mr. Tony McBride on firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Uniform – Term 1. This is the short sleeve shirt. Juniors wear their grey shorts and seniors (Yr11 upwards) have the option of wearing trousers. Footwear: Roman sandles
Shop Hours will now be 3 – 4pm Tuesday and Thursday. Please keep to these hours.
St John's College stationary is sold by OfficeMax. You can purchase from the Hastings store. Our stationary lists are available at the store. The College gains a donation of 10% of all of our stationary sales purchased through OfficeMax. Please quote account number 4084373 to ensure the College earns the reward points.
USE OF CELLPHONES, FACEBOOK, EMAIL
Students are not to use their cellphones during the school day. We would appreciate if parents would not contact their sons via Facebook, Email or cellphones during school time. If parents need to contact their son please phone the office and we will pass the message on. This also applies if your son is feeling unwell. He must come to the office and the office staff will assess him and if needed parents will be phoned
PASTORAL CARE SURVEY
Here's the link to the form "Pastoral Care Survey 2017 ": CLICK HERE
2018 Term Dates . . .
Tuesday 30th January – Friday April 13th
Monday 30th April – Friday July 6th
Monday July 23rd –Friday September 28th
Monday October 15th – To be advised
Fundraisers . . .
The chairs are $75 each, and are of sturdy construction from premium grade decking timber (90mm x 19mm) CLICK HERE
Please email Chris Hansen at St John’s College to place an order.