Kalgoorlie students’ win with Christian mental health message

14 November 2019

A stunning John Paul College production has won first place in the Short Film Category at the 2019 Act, Belong, Commit YOH Fest. 

YOH Fest is among Australia’s biggest health-themed youth performing and visual arts showcases and allows WA schools to take an innovative approach to health education. 

Through Jesus, Land, Spirit & Hope, We Can Belong

The film titled "Through Jesus, Land, Spirit & Hope, We Can Belong" won the short film category at YOH Fest.

Posted by John Paul College – Kalgoorlie on Wednesday, 30 October 2019

The task involved JPC students working together constructing and performing their own dance sequence, play, musical composition, short film or art piece based on a relevant youth health theme.  

Competition was tough, with thousands involved throughout WA. 

JPC stole the show with, “Through Jesus, Land, Spirit and Hope, We Can Belong.”

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