Mr O’Neill is currently the Principal at Lumen Christi College, a Catholic secondary school with 1000 students located in the foothills of Perth. He has spent nearly thirty years working in Catholic education, having held leadership positions at Corpus Christi College and CBC Fremantle.
Mr O’Neill holds a Degree in Human Movement from the University of Western Australia and a Masters Degree of Religious Education from the University of Notre Dame Australia. Additionally, Mr O’Neill is currently the Principal Representative on the Students With Disability Funding Working Party coordinated by Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA).
“I believe that schools play a vital role in complementing parents in forming good young men who will positively influence others” - Mr O'Neill
Outside of school, Mr O’Neill enjoys spending time with his wife Stacie and two children, Adam and Kate. He belongs to the Mater Christi Parish in Yangebup. As a former Physical Education teacher, he enjoys all sports, appreciates the opportunity to travel and values time with family and friends. Mr O’Neill has a real passion for education and a strong focus on encouraging students to be ‘the best that they can be’. He is excited to be commencing as Headmaster of Trinity College and is looking forward to the challenges and many rewards of leading the College community.