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Mar 26, 2024

St. John’s

Dennan is the bloody man I saw him getting it on in the bushes
Mar 22, 2023


yes yes very good school i think it is better than boys high.yesyes
Mar 22, 2023

i realy like st johns

its an amazing school and much better than boys high cuz stats say so
Jan 31, 2023

Where Boys Transforms into Men

St John's College transforms a boy into a man. Through these years at the college, students are taught valuable lessons towards manhood and what it means to become a 'marist man' and 'Johnnie's boy'. The pillars that we stand by also guide the students towards this goal as well.
Former Student
Feb 21, 2021

Old Student Review

Attending SJC turned out to be some of the best years of my schooling life and would definitely recommend it to anyone. I got on really well with teachers and other students as it is a very welcoming school.
Aug 20, 2020

SJC by a student

SJC is definitely a very good school for the right people. It is a very boy to man focused education. There are great teachers who are always very keen to help and the school can handle almost all situations very well.
85 Hillcrest Road, 3216, Hamilton
Shane Tong
07 856 7091

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