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Scholarship invites three month language exchange
28 September 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School student Kathy Hastie has been awarded a scholarship that will contribute $4000 towards a three month language exchange to Spain.
Kiwi student shines in language competition
17 September 2016
It’s always great to see your name at the pole position of any ranking, and for Conor Fuller, his number-one result came from learning a second language.
Number 1 in the world for Spanish
15 August 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School student Conor Fuller placed first in the world for Spanish in the Language Perfect World Championships while fellow student, Mirjan Mayer placed top in New Zealand for German.
Students top ICAS Science exams
5 August 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School students ranked as some of the best in New Zealand following the ICAS Science exams.
Two of NZ’s brightest students
25 May 2016
Two students – Hugo Brown (2015 graduate) and Felicity Whale (2016 Deputy Head Girl) – managed to pass 14 New Zealand Scholarship exams between them, four of which were endorsed ’outstanding’.
Student receives NZ Premier Scholarship Award
13 May 2016
St Paul’s 2015 graduate Hugo Brown was presented with a Premier Scholarship Award by Education Minister Hekia Parata and Prime Minister John Key on Thursday 5 May at the Top Scholars Award Ceremony held at Parliament House in Wellington.
Students report impressive NCEA and Scholarship results
22 February 2016
Hugo Brown picked up accounting and passed a scholarship level accounting exam in the same year.
St Paul’s sets new record with NZ Scholarship
11 February 2016
The New Zealand Scholarship results have just been released and St Paul’s Collegiate School students have set a new record for the School.
Uni programme cements love for science
5 February 2016
Mckinley Vollebregt was offered the Nga Mahi-a-Ringa Putaiao Scholarship to attend Otago University as a secondary school student for one week, from 17-22 January.
Science student scores $50k scholarship
17 December 2015
St Paul’s Collegiate School student Hugo Brown has been awarded a scholarship valued at $50,000 to attend the University of Auckland where he plans to study engineering.
Hugo Brown awarded Dux for 2015
16 December 2015
Hugo Brown was awarded Dux of St Paul’s Collegiate School for 2015.
Future journalist offered gig at Youth Parliament
10 November 2015
Year 11 St Paul’s Collegiate School student Thomas Watson has been offered a spot in the press room at the 2016 Youth Parliament.
Leadership – a drawcard for Otago University
3 November 2015
The leadership qualities of St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Head Boy, Jack Davies, was a big drawcard for Otago University’s scholarship board who offered the 17-year-old a $45,000 scholarship.
Academic prowess locks-in $45k scholarship
3 November 2015
St Paul’s Collegiate School student Lara Wilson has been awarded a University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship valued at $45,000.
Three students to attend exclusive agri-leadership camp
2 November 2015
Three St Paul’s Collegiate School students – Ben McColgan, Quinn Bowie and Greer Baldwin – have been chosen to attend the Rarobank Agri-Leadership Camp from 25-28 January next year.
Scholarship success for science student
1 November 2015
Two life-changing university scholarship offers were awarded to St Paul’s Collegiate School student Bethany Langton during the September holiday break.
Scholarships stream in for St Paul’s students
30 October 2015
University scholarships are streaming in as tertiary institutes try to attract St Paul’s students, who are once again being recognised as some of New Zealand’s brightest.
Health science degree covered by scholarship
30 October 2015
Non Seehamart has been awarded a $45,000 Otago University Academic Excellence Scholarship for the 2016 tertiary year.
Second in Waikato’s wacky ChemQuest competition
29 October 2015
Thirty schools gathered at the University of Waikato for the annual wacky ChemQuest competition which quizzes students with obscure chemistry questions that relate chemistry to pop culture, music, video games and facts.
Universities line up for budding lawyer
29 October 2015
An Otorohanga local, Josie Butcher, has been offered four tertiary scholarships for study in 2016 valued at more than $100,000.
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