St Paul's Collegiate School - Hamilton


As we come to the final weeks of school in 2018, we bring your attention to a number of end of year functions and events. These events are listed in more detail in the term calendar and on our website. We wish our seniors well with their exams and look forward to celebrating student successes across both the junior and senior school at our various graduation and assembly services later this month. 

Junior school events

  • Grandparents Day for new families - Mon 5 Nov - 10.30am in dining room
  • Mid-term break for junior school - Mon 12 Nov
  • Information evening for parents of Tihoi intake 1/2019 - Mon 12 Nov - 4.30pm in dining room
  • Junior examinations - 14-16 Nov
  • Year 10 Enterprise evening - Fri 23 Nov - 7-9pm in dining room
  • Tihoi intake 2 graduation ceremony - Sat 24 Nov at Tihoi
  • Re-entry service for Tihoi intake 2/2018 students - Thur 29 Nov - 8.25am in Chapel
  • Year 10 graduation ceremony and junior class prizes - Thur 29 Nov - 9am in Chapel
  • Year 10 graduation ceremony morning tea for parents - Thur 29 Nov - 10.15am in dining room


Full school events 

Attendance at full school events is compulsory for all students

  • Carol service - Thur 29 Nov - 7pm in Chapel - students to meet at 6.30pm in houses
  • Final assembly - Fri 30 Nov - 10am in Chapel
  • Leavers' service - Fri 30 Nov - 5.30pm (note time has changed) in Chapel - students to meet at 5:15pm in their houses
  • Prizegiving - Sat 1 Dec - 10am - students to meet at 9.00am in their houses.
St Paul's 2018 school magazine, the Collegian will be printed and delivered before Christmas. Order your copy online here.  

  1. Biennial twilight Gala another great success

    The months of hard work paid off and St Paul’s senior students once again delivered an outstanding community gala event. Read more…
  2. Alice Cao learns a whole new world through Biology

    A unique research trip has given Year 12 student Alice Cao an insight into the ecological systems of lakes in Africa. Read more…
  3. Great results from Otago Junior Mathematics Competition

    Ninety-four Year 9, Year 10 and Year 11 St Paul’s students participated in their respective year levels, attempting to answer up to six ... Read more…
  4. Social action training for student at World Vision Senior Scholarship week

    Daniel Rickman has been nominated to represent St Paul's at World Vision Senior Scholarship week being held in Auckland early next year. Read more…
  5. Economics students excel

    Two students gained a distinction award after sitting the University of Auckland Business School New Zealand Economics Competition at the ... Read more…
  6. Mathematical skills tested

    The problems are designed to test mathematical thinking and questions are designed so that they can be answered just as quickly without a ... Read more…
  7. Golf Day

    Sunday 25 November 2018 - 10am shotgun start - Morrinsville Golf Club Read more…
  8. Swimmers succeed at national champs

    Our swimmers are among the best in the country, securing top 10 results at the 2018 New Zealand secondary schools swimming championships. Read more…
  9. Ben competes well in Australian State Champs

    Ben Littlejohn was part of the NZ Junior swim team that took part in the Australian State Champs Teams event in Canberra over the holidays ... Read more…
  10. Medals for swimmer in NZ Short Course Champs

    Thomas Griffin and Brendan Hunt both swam at the NZ Short Course Champs in Auckland. Brendan swam well, achieving two personal bests in ... Read more…
  11. Collegian magazine - order now

    St Paul's 2018 school magazine is now available to order. Read more…
  12. Rico D’Anvers awarded prestigious title

    Rico D’Anvers was awarded “Sportsperson of the Year” for the Cambridge BMX Club Read more…
  13. Netball team finish in top 10

    Results from the UNISS Netball Tournament 2018 held in Mt Maunganui. Read more…
  14. Hockey team places well in Rankin Cup

    This year the national tournament was held in Tauranga and Mount Maunganui, with St Paul's team based at Papamoa close to the beach. Read more…
  15. Second XI football team win their division

    St Paul's second XI football team had an amazing season, going undefeated in division 3 of the Waikato Secondary Schools’ competition, ... Read more…
  16. Football caps awarded

    Caps are awarded to students involved in mainstream sports who reflect outstanding achievement in their particular sport, and the length ... Read more…
  17. Ski team takes to the slopes

    St Paul's ski team places 14th in the North Island Secondary School competition Read more…
  18. Boys' badminton team dominate WSS division 2 competition

    This has been one of the most successful years for boys’ badminton at St Paul’s. Read more…
  19. Congratulations Travis

    Travis Cashmore was selected in the Waikato Tainui Waka U17 rugby side. Read more…
  20. New classroom arrives at Tihoi campus

    The term break provided an opportunity for the second of three new academic classrooms for the Tihoi Venture School to be moved from the ... Read more…
  21. Waitomo Adventure packages - online auction

    Looking for a different type of Christmas gift this year ? Read more…
  22. Support for community fridge needed

    Hundreds of families across Hamilton rely on support from a number of food bank providers, but there is a real shortage of fresh produce ... Read more…
  23. Chapel service delivered by Year 9 classes

    Kia Ora E Te Whanau One sure way to put the fear of God into a junior school student is to mention the fact that they have to plan, ... Read more…
  24. "Vulnerability" by Anna Hamilton

    What do you think defines you? What will be said about you once you leave this earth? How have you made an impact? Read more…
  25. "Contentment" by Year 9 student Daniel Williams

    Everyone in this room has something that they enjoy doing; stuff that they like having; perhaps friends or family that they enjoy being ... Read more…
  26. "Patience" by Year 9 student Max Robinson

    The dictionary definition of patience is “the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or ... Read more…
  27. "Diversity" by Year 9 student Riley Jones

    Imagine that you’re walking through a shopping mall on your way to meet your friends. Now watch this video clip about how different and ... Read more…
  28. Final word from Head Girl, Sarah Jackson

    Final boarders’ chapel service for 2018 – sermon delivered by Head Girl, Sarah Jackson on Sunday 16 September Read more…
  29. Second hand uniforms

    We are always on the hunt for good-quality second hand uniform items and our new parents are welcome to come and view this selection. Read more…
  30. Parents' Association

    The next meeting for the Parents' Association is Sunday 4 November 2018, starting at 7.00pm in the Pavilion. Read more…