Who We Are
One of the greatest gifts an education at St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, bestows is the legacy of mateship and friendship, forged through the strong bonds that develop at Terrace. These bonds are founded on camaraderie, care and support, for all who have worn the red and black. Our network endures and continues to grow after Terracians leave the College.
The GTOBA was established to support the College, its students and the wellbeing of Old Boys. The Association serves as a vehicle for ongoing enrichment, fellowship and continued connection, with the school and with each other. The decorated history of Terrace and its extraordinary success has been achieved through a strong partnership between students, teachers, parents and Old Boys, collectively working together as the Terrace Family.
Jack's Grandfather and Great-Uncle were two of the first 26 students on Day 1 when St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace first opened. Watch the video on the left for some of Jack's reflections of his time at Terrace (1945 - 1951). Click here for an unedited version of his speech.