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Hillary Scholarships awarded
2 November 2017
Year 13 students Aidan Phillips and Kate Littlejohn have been awarded University of Waikato Sir Edmund Hillary scholarships.
A tournament of minds
24 October 2017
St Paul’s students put their minds to the test at the regional Tournament of Minds (TOM) competition, held last term at Auckland’s Albany Junior High School.
Hard work equals scholarship success for students
28 September 2017
Year 13 students, Matthew Jayasuria and Fergus Burke have been accepted into the Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC) Scholarship programme, beating 300 applicants for the coveted placings.
Entering the corporate world
6 September 2017
Year 13 student Arthur Rasmussen has a clear career goal – to be a Chartered Accountant.
Students to attend Battle of Passchendaele commemorations
9 August 2017
A website created by four St Paul’s students has won them the opportunity to attend the 100th anniversary commemorations of the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium later this year.
Uncovering historical family connections
14 July 2017
Discovering you are a mokopuna of leading Ngāpuhi chief, Tāmati Wāka Nene; that your great great grandfather was a stretcher-bearer during World War 1; or that your grandmother was a survivor of the 1947 polio epidemic – these are just some of the family connections Year 11 History students are making in class.
Graduates gain prestigious scholarships at international universities
4 April 2017
Two students from St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton have each been awarded prestigious international scholarships to study at sought-after overseas universities.
Construction Class begin building four-bedroom house
13 March 2017
St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Construction Class is building a four bedroom, two-bathroom house under the supervision of St Paul’s builder Gavin Jakes and a number of guest builders who each donate one day per month to mentoring students.
Students rank top in NZ with impressive Scholarship results
16 February 2017
The 2016 New Zealand Scholarship results have been released and St Paul’s students have once again raked in an impressive tally.
Rising star gets a helping hand
7 December 2016
Year 13 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Katie Trigg has recently been offered a Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship from the University of Waikato.
Scholarship offer a dream come true
18 November 2016
It’s a dream come true for Year 13 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Pianika Taylor who says a recent scholarship offer for the University of Otago will be truly life changing.
$25k scholarship for head girl
16 November 2016
Head Girl Teri Wathen-Smith has been offered a $25,000 scholarship to the University of Waikato.
Leadership skills impress during scholarship selection
14 November 2016
It turns out universities are looking for more than academic prowess.
Health science enthusiast awarded $10k
11 November 2016
Year 13 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Mckinley Vollebregt has been awarded an Otago University Māori and Pacific Scholarship which will contribute $10,000 towards course related costs for her pre-medical science degree.
Uni fees covered by Otago scholarship
10 November 2016
Year 13 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Alastair Blackett is off to Otago University next year to study commerce (majoring in accounting and finance).
All-round involvement awards scholarship
1 November 2016
Ben McColgan’s prefect status, academic achievements and continued involvement in extracurricular activities are, he says, the reason why he received a future leadership scholarship to Massey University.
Altrusa Youth Award for "all-rounder"
26 October 2016
Year 12 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Jessica Hood paid a visit to Hamilton City Council where she was awarded the 2016 Altrusa Youth Award by Mayor Julie Hardaker on Tuesday 18 October.
Rotorua locals receive tertiary scholarships
20 October 2016
Hard work and dedication has paid off for two Rotorua students who have been offered tertiary scholarships for next year.
Tertiary scholarships offered to talented students
14 October 2016
More than 25 university scholarship offers have flooded in over the past week for St Paul’s Collegiate School’s 2016 graduates as a result of students’ sheer hard work and the extensive support process currently in place at the school.
One talented student, four leading tertiary scholarships
14 October 2016
Year 13 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Serena Lim-Strutt has been offered four major scholarships to universities across New Zealand, including a three-year academic scholarship to Otago University valued at $45,000.
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