St John's College, Hamilton

St John's College, Hamilton

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St John's College, Hamilton

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St John's College is a state-integrated Catholic boys' secondary school in Hamilton, New Zealand. The school was established by the Marist Order in 1961 from Marist School (now Marian Catholic School). The school crest features the eagle of St. John the Apostle, with the motto "Caritas Christi Urget Nos" strewn across the bottom, translating loosely into "Christ's love urges us on". The mission statement for the school is "Preparing Young Men For Life".


St John's College moved to its current Hillcrest Road location in October 1962.


A Pompallier technology centre was opened at St John's College in May 2002, which contains facilities for art, food technology, graphic design and materials technology classes. St John's College has an Astroturf centre, named the Paul Honiss Tennis and Hockey Centre. It was completed in May 2003 on a budget of NZ$250,000.

Academia and culture

St John's College is currently the holder of the Chanel Shield, having won the cultural competition with other Catholic secondary schools from the Hamilton Diocese.


St. John's College has four houses. The houses are named after four prominent figures in the Catholic Faith.

Notable alumni

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