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Students take out Waikato Speech Competition
30 April 2020
While speeches are traditionally delivered in front of a live audience, the Waikato regional competition of the Race Relations Speech awards held in mid-April 2020, were presented via Zoom due to NZ’s Covid-19 lockdown.
Jana Stokes ranks high amongst top scholars in the country
12 February 2020
Results from the 2019 New Zealand Scholarship examinations have confirmed some impressive results for 11 St Paul’s students who passed their scholarship exams. There were a total of 26 scholarships received with two being outstanding scholarships.
Bright future ahead for top achiever
27 May 2019
With his sights set on Cambridge University, Simon Han will get to experience a taste of Cambridge life these July school holidays.
Auckland scholarship for top achievers
4 December 2018
Three St Paul’s students were awarded the University of Auckland top achievers scholarship.
Tertiary scholarships awarded
19 November 2018
St Paul’s has once again had a significant number of senior students gain tertiary scholarships for 2019.
Accelerating his career with PwC
14 November 2018
Year 13 student Conor Horrigan is on track to a promising law career – having been accepted for the PwC Accelerate programme.
Diving into research in Africa
24 September 2018
A unique research trip has given Year 12 student Alice Cao an insight into the ecological systems of lakes in Africa.
Students say “bonjour” to New Caledonia
30 May 2018
They say when you’re in France you must do as the French do.
Young leaders come together at Asia-Pacific convention
16 May 2018
In the spirit of cooperation and collaboration, student leaders from across Asia-Pacific came together last month for a week of discussion and cultural activities.
Conducting research in Malawi and Tanzania
14 May 2018
A Year 12 student has proved her ability to tackle biological problems and deal with biological experiments is top in the country.
New Zealand Land Wars should be taught in high school, says Waikato history teacher
6 April 2018
A Waikato history teacher believes Kiwis need to learn about the New Zealand Wars as part of the national curriculum.
Impressive academic results wrap up 2017
15 February 2018
Our 2017 examination results have continued the impressive trend set in recent years.
Remembering Passchendaele – A trip of a lifetime
6 December 2017
For Tony Wu, Conor Horrigan, Dylan Woodhouse (all Year 12) and Lucy Tustin (Year 13), travelling to Belgium to attend the Battle of Passchendaele commemorations was an eye opening and memorable experience.
A stream of scholarship success
21 November 2017
News of our senior students successfully achieving university scholarships has been trickling in these past few weeks.
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.
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