John Paul II High School, Greymouth
|John Paul II High School|
|Type||Integrated secondary (year 9-13) co-ed|
|Motto||Christ is the Key|
|Established||1980; 37 years ago|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||304|
|Principal||Mr Kieran Stone|
|School roll||174 (February 2017)|
John Paul II High School, Greymouth is an integrated Catholic, co-educational Year 9 to Year 13 (Form 3-7) secondary school located in Greymouth, New Zealand. The school was founded in 1980 from the amalgamation of two schools, St Mary’s High School, operated by the Sisters of Mercy (who arrived in Greymouth in 1882) and Marist Brothers Boys’ School operated by the Marist Brothers (founded in 1892). John Paul II High School was integrated into the State education system by the agreement of the proprietor of the school the (Catholic Bishop of Christchurch) and the Minister of Education in 1983. The staff of the school is now made up of nearly all lay people.
- Pat Gallager, The Marist Brothers in New Zealand Fiji & Samoa 1876-1976, New Zealand Marist Brothers' Trust Board, Tuakau, 1976.
- Greymouth Sisters of Mercy centennial, 1882-1982 : Convent of Mercy Greymouth, Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Convent Brunner, Sacred Heart Convent Cobden, St. Joseph’s Convent Runanga, Greymouth Evening Star, Greymouth 1982.
- Reflect, rejoice : Sisters of Mercy celebrate one hundred years in Greymouth, Mercy Centennial Planning Committee, Greymouth, 1982.
- Michael O'Meeghan S.M., Held firm by faith : a history of the Catholic Diocese of Christchurch, 1840-1987, Catholic Diocese of Christchurch, Christchurch, 1988.
- Peter Kerridge, Marist memories, 100 : a 1992 record of the presence in Greymouth over the last one hundred years of the Marist Brothers, the schools that have developed in that time, and the activities of some of the pupils who have been prepared so well for life in the community, 1892 - 1992, Marist Brothers Centennial Celebrations Committee, Greymouth, 1992.
- Michael King, God's farthest outpost : a history of Catholics in New Zealand, Viking, Auckland 1997.
- John Paul II High School School Prospectus 2012