We are now seeking nominations for the 2018 Old Collegians’ Awards. Winners will be announced at the annual 2018 Old Collegians’ Awards Breakfast on Friday 10 August 2018. To nominate an Old Collegian for an award under the categories of Academic Excellence, Service to the College, Service to the Community and Excellence in the Workplace please visit online nomination form

St John’s celebrated its people of influence on Friday 4 August at the 2017 Old Collegians’ Awards breakfast.

Old Collegians, former and current staff, students and the wider community gathered at Hillstone St Lucia to recognise the achievements of several of our past students and listen to guest speaker (and former teacher) Ian Lightbody. The OCA President and Old Collegian Zach Raftery (2006) reminded the students that “the red blazer is not forever but the mark it makes will stay with you forever”.

Award winners recognised the positive influence that the teachers have on students in helping to shape their future, enabling them to become People of Influence. Congratulations to the 2017 award winners


Award Winners for 2017:

Head of College, Old Collegian of the Year  Thomas Paul (2004)

Academic Excellence Award   Annette Sultana (2007)

Excellence in the Workplace Award  Paige Willemse (2009)

Outstanding Service to the College  Lachlan Nuttall (2014)

Outstanding Service in the Community Award  Lisa Owen (2000)









Criteria for Awards

Award for Excellence in a Profession or the Workplace

The nominee must demonstrate evidence of significant contribution and success in an area of chosen industry/profession.

 Award for Academic Excellence

The nominee must demonstrate evidence of outstanding research, leadership and input into the academic community.

Award for Outstanding Service to the Community

The nominee must demonstrate evidence of significant contribution to the community at local, state, national or international level.

Award for Service to the College

The nominee must demonstrate evidence of contribution to the life of St John’s Anglican College (Forest Lake College) after graduating.