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Lucas Martin at helm of new dealership
30 May 2022
Former Head Boy Lucas Martin (Hamilton 2009-2013) has risen through the career ranks in record time.
Halter recruits only the best
30 May 2022
Being part of the Halter movement is a journey Collegians Steve Crowhurst (Williams 1996-2000) and James Hunt (Hall 2009-2013) are incredibly proud to share.
Ryan and Kat Dippie launch Fife Lane restaurant
30 May 2022
Collegian Ryan Dippie (Clark 1996-2000) is passionate about people and service.
2022 cricket awards
23 May 2022
After a successful season on the cricket pitch, the St Paul’s Collegiate School cricket athletes celebrated their achievements with an awards ceremony on Friday 20 May.
Graham Smith selected to coach Europe swim series
16 May 2022
Current head coach of the St Paul’s Swim Club, Graham Smith, has been appointed as coach of the New Zealand senior men and women’s team heading to the Mare Nostrum swim series in Europe.
Steri-Needle takes the St Paul’s Crocodile Pit win
13 May 2022
Probiotic honey, phone apps, and innovative agricultural tools were just some of the products pitched at the Year 13 Agribusiness Crocodile Pit.
Gold medals for St Paul’s shooters
11 May 2022
A sunny day up at the Auckland Metropolitan Shooting club grounds made for a great day of clay target shooting.
ANZAC First XI Girls' Hockey Tournament
4 May 2022
The St Paul’s First XI Girls' welcomed nine hockey teams from around the country to the ANZAC Girls' Hockey tournament and they were treated to some of the finest autumn weather the Waikato region has ever produced.
ANZAC First XI Boys' Hockey Tournament
4 May 2022
The First XI boys' team hosted 11 other schools from all around the North Island from Monday 25 April for three days.
St Paul’s students set to go head-to-head
26 April 2022
Two teams from St Paul’s Collegiate School heading to FMG Junior Young Farmers of the Year grand final in Whangārei.
Laura Littlejohn named fastest female sprinter in New Zealand
11 April 2022
From 4-9 April, four St Paul’s swimmers took on the 2022 New Zealand Swimming Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.
Three gold and a bronze for St Paul’s at the Aon Maadi Cup
6 April 2022
Held from 28 March to 2 April, the New Zealand Secondary Schools Rowing Championships (Aon Maadi Cup) is the most prestigious event on the rowing calendar.
Milan Hood paints gift to Williams House
1 April 2022
After assisting Gary Schofield (Hall 1970-1974) with a painting of Shrek back in 2018, Housemaster Matt Holdgate insisted 2021 was the year Milan Hood (Year 13) should begin creating his own masterpiece for Williams House.
Sam Mitchell kickstarts annual artwork acquirement
15 March 2022
Headmaster Ben Skeen and Head of Visual Arts Jonathan Cameron collaborated on ideas to spruce up the artwork around the school.
Scholastic Centurions of 2021
18 February 2022
On Friday 18 February, the St Paul’s Collegiate School Scholastic Centurions were recognised for their successful 2021 academic year.
28 Scholarship Exams for St Paul’s
11 February 2022
St Paul’s Collegiate School achieved 28 Scholarship exams, including three Outstanding Scholarships for the top-tier national exams at the end of 2021.
2022 Heads of School
9 February 2022
On Wednesday 9 February, the 2022 Heads of School were announced at Chapel of Christ the King by Headmaster Ben Skeen and predecessors Gretel Muir and Frazer Tam.
Pioneer Student of Agribusiness
8 February 2022
After growing up on a dairy farm and kiwifruit orchard in the Bay of Plenty, Kate Wilkins (Harington 2012-2014) thought she would never pursue a career in horticulture.
Tanika Naidoo chosen for World Vision Youth Ambassador position
1 December 2021
Year 13 student, Tanika Naidoo’s involvement in driving participation in the World Vision 40 Hour Famine at St Paul’s over the past three years has earned her selection for the prestigious role of World Vision Youth Ambassador for 2022.
Joanna Li receives Altrusa Youth Award
30 November 2021
This year’s Altrusa Youth Award recipient is known for her extraordinary academic achievements, admirable dedication towards service programmes and authentic leadership within her chosen fields.
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