St John the Apostle Parish School
Our School was established by the Dominican Sisters and first opened in 1965. The school has grown to 235 boys and girls from Reception to Year 7. Our school is an integral part of the Noarlunga / Seaford parish.
At St John the Apostle School we recognise that each child is a unique individual. We strive not merely to impart knowledge but to bring about Christian attitudes and family values of caring and sharing, of giving, forgiving and thanking.
We strongly encourage a close, working partnership between the home and school, where communication and parental involvement is highly valued and critical to the success of the child. “A child only educated at school, is an uneducated child”. If you are interested in finding out more about our school, or to even have a tour, please do not hesitate to make contact with us.
Fundraising for Catholic Charities:
Recently St John the Apostle Catholic School students showed their solidarity with those less fortunate than themselves by holding a Walk for Water on August 3.
The Christies Beach school fundraiser involved students being sponsored for walking laps of the school while carrying containers of water, in recognition of lack of access to water in overseas countries.
Money raised will be divided between Catholic Charities and a Dominican charity. The event was organised by Jamie Mulcahy, APRIM at St John the Apostle, who has organised similar events at St Raphael’s School, St Catherine’s in Stirling and the former St Teresa’s in Brighton. See photos below! Well done everyone!
(The donations amount includes money raised since 2015).