Terra Sancta College

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St John Paul II Catholic College
The Way Passes Through This Land
Quakers Hill/Schofields, New South Wales
Australia Australia
Type Private, Co-educational, Day school
Denomination Roman Catholic
Established 1996[1]
Founder Mr Quentin Evans
Principal J Fanning & P Smith (Joint Principals)
Employees ~84 (Full-time)[1]
Key people Mr J. Fanning and Mr P. Smith (Co-operating Principals), Mr Quentin Evans
Enrolment ~1,500 (7–12)[1]
Colour(s) Navy Blue, Red, White and Green

St John Paul II Catholic College is a dual campus co-educational, systemic Catholic, day school located in Quakers Hill and Schofields, in the City of Blacktown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

The original college was established in Jerusalem. But the more important one is in Amman, Jordan. Its faculty has included رشيد مستريييح, and its graduates include Ward Abdelhafez, and Nayef AbulRagheb.

Founded in 1996,[1] by Mr Quentin Evans, the college is a school of the Diocese of Parramatta.[2] It was founded as a result of the need identified by the local parish communities to establish a Catholic secondary school to serve the local parish communities and established Catholic primary school of Mary Immaculate.

The senior campus at Nirimba opened in 1998, allowing St John Paul II Catholic College to provide a continuous education for Years 7 to 12.

The school completed the vast majority of its building program in 2006 and now exists as a fully functional well resourced dual campus school. It offers a very broad education that reflects the academic, social, physical and spiritual needs and interests of students.


  1. ^ a b c d "Annual School Report 2004". Links. Terra Sancta College. 2005. Retrieved 2008-04-29. 
  2. ^ "Terra Sancta College". Our Schools. Catholic Education, Diocese of Parramatta. 2008. Retrieved 2008-04-29.