St Paul’s Open Day
Friday 24 May, 1.30pm–3.00pm
You only need to spend a short time on the campus to quickly sense the spirit of excitement, the breadth of opportunity and the aspiration to achieve that characterises St Paul’s. We’ve opened the classrooms during school time so that you can see the school in action. Come and get a guided tour. Meet our teachers and students. Meet at the Chapel. Starts promptly at 1.30pm.
Centre of Excellence in Agricultural Science and Business
Headmaster Grant Lander announced the School’s plans to launch an innovative Centre of Excellence in Agricultural Science and Business at an address to key agricultural leaders during the Waikato/BOP Young Farmers Regional final.
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St Paul’s produces four of the country’s top 60 scholars
Results from the 2012 national Scholarship Examinations have confirmed that St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton is the country’s highest achieving independent school for their academic performance, gaining 43 Scholarship passes which included 14 Outstanding Scholarship passes. In addition, four St Paul’s students received Outstanding Scholar Awards.
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Williams House 50th Reunion
August 9 - 10 sees Williams house and the first Housemaster of Williams, Evan McCulloch, celebrate 50 years of boarding. If you are a Williams House Old Collegian then come and join the whole school community along with Evan for two days of stories and celebrations. RSVP essential, click here for more info and to register your interest.
Reunion for Old Collegians of the 1980's
Are you a student of the 80's? Then come and join Old Collegians from Williams's house and the St Paul's community on August 9 - 10 for two days of festivities. RSVP essential, click here for more info and to register your interest.
Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship Winners
Aaron Keppler, Scott Hilliar and Jonathan Eyers have been awarded the Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship to study at the University of Waikato. The Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship Programme educates future leaders at the University of Waikato within the values of New Zealand’s greatest adventurer, Sir Edmund Hillary. Sir Edmund Hillary Scholars must excel in academia, leadership and sports or creative and performing arts. Various professional development opportunities and fees support are provided for Scholars. Aaron, Jonathon and Scott will receive around $50,000 for their fees during their study at the University of Waikato.