Strive today, conquer tomorrow at Kennedy

Kennedy Baptist College is a quality coeducational Christian school for students in Years 7 to 12 located in Perth's southern suburb of Murdoch. Students at Kennedy are equipped to seize opportunities and strive for greatness in all that they do.

Mark AshbyWhat drives one to step boldly where no one has gone before; to overcome obstacles and achieve great things against all odds?

WA pioneer Baptist Minister William Kennedy overcame seemingly insurmountable challenges to establish churches along WA's Great Southern Railway, the Goldfields and the Eastern Hills. Kennedy was known as a man of integrity and audacity by the communities he served, and his passion and determination was infectious.

It is our hope that Kennedy's remarkable qualities of focused dedication and persistence will inspire our young people. Informed by Christian values, we aim to encourage our students to live passionately and persevere to make the most of life's opportunities.

It is the spirit of Kennedy's story that underpins our College values and will inspire our students to fulfil our College motto of 'strive today, conquer tomorrow'.

I would encourage you to take some time to look through our website to gain an insight into who we are and how we approach education.

To find out how your son or daughter can strive for greatness at Kennedy, why not join us for one of our College Tours throughout 2015 or contact our Enrolments team now on +61 8 9314 7722 or

Mark Ashby

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04 October 2016

Office Closed from 12pm on Wednesday 5 October!

As a requirement of the current Sport Centre project, the entire Kennedy campus will lose power. Please be advised that the Administration Office will be closed from 12.00pm on Wednesday 5 October.
We apologise for any inconvenience.

27 July 2016

Higher Learning in Aussie Rules

At Kennedy Baptist College, high school students learned about the training requirements of an AFL player, nutritional information, injury management and prevention as part of an Eagles Insight presentation.

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