Unite to Ignite
The CJC House system is a historic feature in Catholic Junior College, with the houses initially named after the saints Patrick, Joseph, Michael, Albert, John and Gregory.
These six houses would be a symbol of the college's treasured legacy, giving students a balanced life in the college, a sense of belonging and camaraderie in competition. The CJC Houses participate in a wide range of activities and competitions, both physical and non-physical:
- College Cross Country
- College Sports Carnival
- Inter-House NAPFA Competition
- Post-Exam Inter-House Games
- Subject-based competitions
- Talent competitions (e.g. Sing-off, Dance-off)
- Academic achievements
- Behaviour and discipline
Four Houses, One CJC
Reintroduced in 2012, the House system would maintain four existing names, taking on the colours of the college: Albert (Yellow), Michael (Orange), Patrick (Red) and Joseph (Green). These names were chosen because they reflect our treasured legacy, taking on the names of our founders and principals. Each CJC House is headed by a PE teacher as House Master / Mistress and led by a committee of JC2 students: a House Captain, a Vice-House Captain, a House Secretary, a House Games Representative, House JC1 Level Representatives and various Sports Leaders.