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Twenty-seven outstanding young leaders from secondary schools across the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta were recognised through the Bishop of Parramatta awards for student excellence in 2019. Read more...
St John Paul II Catholic College Schofields has been selected as one of the recipients of the NSW Premier’s ANZAC Memorial Scholarships for 2019. Read more...
Year 12 student Elouise Munnoch has been offered a conditional scholarship of $20,000 to attend Western Sydney University at the end of completing her HSC following her successful university studies in 2018. Congratulations Elouise!

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Maddison Cauchi (Year 8) and Kaylee Vanwidjgaarden (Year 12) competed at Arndell Anglican College's Interschool Equestrian competition on Saturday 18 August.
On Wednesday 22 August, Laura Sherwood and Stephanie McGavin (Year 12) received their Certificate III in Health Services Assistance at the Human Services graduation ceremony at Nepean Hospital, having undertaken this course with Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District.
Congratulations to StJPII Year 12 student Michael Osei-Adamako who over the weekend traveled to Guangzhou, China with the Western Sydney Wanderers FC U/17 Academy team to play in the Evergrande International Tournament.
Year 10 student Harry Bazley for the past 9 years has had the privilege of being the Melbourne Storm ballboy for their away games. Harry has been a part of the Melbourne Storm setup throughout the salary cap scandal in 2009 all the way up until the Grand Final win last year and into 2018. Harry arrives early for games, helping set up the warmup and stays back after the game to assist clean up. His role allows him to mingle with players and staff before and after games as well as running out with the players. We caught up with Harry to get an insight into what his experience has been like.
Today we celebrated the achievements of students in both Stage 4 & 5 who have shown commitment to our RISE UP values! Well done to all students who received their certificates, as well as our music students who sung four songs for us throughout the assembly!
Throughout this year, Year 8 have been engaged in a Homeroom Challenge to support and encourage their participation in everyday life here at St John Paul II Catholic College.
This afternoon we had our Stage 5 Semester 1 Awards Ceremony! Over 50 students from Years 9 and 10 received an award today - an incredibly exceptional achievement!