Welcome to Western Australia’s premier college for gifted and talented arts students.
We provide children from across the State with Gifted and Talented Arts Programs and all students study a comprehensive range of academic subjects alongside their specialist course.
At John Curtin, your child will participate in classes with like-minded peers who share their passion and desire to excel under the guidance of expert teachers.
Our students’ learning occurs within a caring, supportive environment. Our dedicated and professional specialist teachers provide an academically balanced educational program with a focus on gifted and talented learning.
An innovative, stimulating and rewarding education in a supportive learning environment awaits your child at John Curtin College of the Arts.
Donations of prizes for Chaplain’s Quiz Night requested
It’s that time of the year again when the college community can support the Chaplain and repay the wonderful support he gives our students.
In September he will be holding his popular Quiz Night and Silent Auction event. It will be held at the East Fremantle Bowling Club on 13 September at 7.30pm.
To ensure the success of this evening the Chaplaincy Committee is putting out a request for donation of goods or services that can be included as prizes for raffles and items for the silent auction. They are also requesting non-perishable items for a food hamper, which can be dropped off at the canteen.
Goods or services can be offered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Uniform Shop closed Wednesdays for Term 3
The college uniform shop will be closed on Wednesdays from the beginning of Term3 and will re-open later in Term 4.
Trading hours remain unchanged for Mondays and Fridays 8am – 11am.
The store will be open Monday 21 July pupil free day.
Four Soccer Excellence students awarded Seb Nye Scholarships
John Curtin’s Seb Nye Scholarship is a prestigious award that is presented to one student in each year group within the specialist soccer program and based on performance throughout the previous 12 months.
Sebastian John Nye was a young man who spent four and a half years in the “Soccer Excellence Program” at John Curtin College of the Arts from 2006 to 2010. Seb died in a car accident in December 2010.
Seb’s parents have very kindly donated money to the college to be used specifically for the purpose of the scholarship in memory of Seb.
Congratulations to the following students who are the recipients for 2014.
Amy Le Roux Year 12
Daniel Santich Year 11
Oliver Watson Year 10
Daniel Kader Year 9
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