Kingsway Christian College held its first ever Alumni Dinner as a formal event at Joondalup Resort Hotel with dynamic guest speakers Aaron Tait of Spark International and Stefania Muscara from the highly popular Channel 7 television series ‘My Kitchen Rules’. Aaron is an alumnus of the College who was deployed to a combat zone as a military officer with the United Nations at only 18 and since has lived and worked in over 55 countries. He is an inspirational communicator and leader and co-founder of Spark International. Stephania taught in the Maths Department at Kingsway for seven years and is a current parent of three girls at the College. Earlier in 2011 she proved to be a talented amateur chef on ‘My Kitchen Rules’ where she reached the semi-finals with her cousin Daniela Pirone on the leading show. Daniela was Stefania's guest at the event.

The College had its first graduates in 1988 and is now reaching the stage where its alumni are changing their role within the Kingsway community by enrolling their children at Kingsway. The dinner was well supported with members of the alumni ranging from 1991 graduates through to those who graduated in the last couple of years attending as well as current and past staff members, parents and board members. Guests enjoyed a delicious three course meal and were also entertained by talented brothers Alex and Ross Conradie, who were part of a band who won the My Big Gig competition in 2010. They have also supported 2007 Australian Idol runner up Matt Corby and are both members of the alumni. 

After dinner and speeches were completed guests chatted animatedly catching up on their lives and reminiscing whilst music was played by our DJ for the evening, Mark Brenton, who is himself an alumnus of the College. Rather appropriately, Duty Manager of the Joondalup Resort that night was Luke Johnson of the Class of 2008 who was Trainee of the Year at Hospitality Group Training’s (HGT) 2007/2008 Annual Awards whilst still at Kingsway. Even professional photographer Brian Smyth was a parent of the College for many years and knew numerous guests. “It was very special that literally everyone at this inaugural event was connected to the College”, said Principal and M.C. for the evening, Peter Burton.