St Paul's Collegiate School - Hamilton


As we near the end of term one, we draw your attention to a few key dates and activities over the next two weeks:

  • Number ones are be worn on Thur 4 April for sports photos and greys to be worn on Fri 5 April
  • Summer sports and house photos - Thur 4 April
  • Harington Fashion Show - 7pm Chapel - Fri 5 April.  All welcome. 
  • Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs - parenting seminar by Paul Dillon -  St Paul's Chapel 7pm - Tue 9 April
  • Garden of Remembrance - full school chapel service - 7.30pm St Paul's Chapel - Sun 7 April 

We hope you enjoy a restful holiday and Easter break and we look forward to seeing you all back in term two.


  1. To criminalise or not? The other side of the cannabis debate

    The following will give you something to ponder before you take up the opportunity to listen to Paul Dillon speak on Tuesday, 9 April ... Read more…
  2. Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs - upcoming parenting seminar

    Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs in 2019 – what’s happening, what’s out there and how much influence do parents really have? Drug ... Read more…
  3. Leave your mark on the Hornsby Learning Hub

    The Hornsby Learning Hub will be one of the most ambitious and significant building projects St Paul’s Collegiate School will undertake. Read more…
  4. A chaplain's reflections on Christchurch

    “This is not us, we are one” Read more…
  5. The house that St Paul's (will) build

    The St Paul's construction class have their work cut out for them with their 2019 project. Read more…
  6. Grandparents take over St Paul's

    It was an honour to host 320 of our student's grandparents on Friday 22 March for Grandparents' Day. Read more…
  7. Funds raised from School Gala is presented to local schools

    Through the fundraising efforts of hosting a community gala last year, our students raised $11,000. After morning tea on Friday 29 ... Read more…
  8. Waikato regional tennis champs round-up

    The following students represented St Paul’s Collegiate School with pride at the Waikato Tennis Championships played on Tuesday, 12 ... Read more…
  9. Boys tennis team beat second seed in summer tournament

    St Paul’s boys’ tennis team was the fifth seed out of ten teams and were placed in a tough pool with the number two and three seeds. ... Read more…
  10. Girls tennis team compete at Summer Tournament

    Being ranked last on the draw before playing had even begun, created a lot of nerves amongst the girls’ tennis team, consisting of, ... Read more…
  11. Successful Maadi Cup regatta for novice teams

    From Monday 25 through Saturday 30 March 2019, the AON Maadi Cup was raced by a strong squad of 34 athletes from St Paul’s Collegiate ... Read more…
  12. Cricketers make final of Northern Districts Gillette Cup qualifiers

    The tournament consisted of two pools, with the top two teams playing off in the final to represent the Northern Districts region at ... Read more…
  13. In the zone at Zone Athletics

    A hot, windless day didn't take the wind of out of the sails of the St Paul's athletics team at the 2019 Zone Athletics. The team ... Read more…
  14. Athletes compete at regional athletics champs

    St Paul's athletes attended the Waikato Bay of Plenty Secondary Schools Athletics Championships at Tauranga Domain on Saturday 24 ... Read more…
  15. Triathlete claims bronze at regionals

    The Waikato Schools Individual Triathlon Championships took place at the Mighty River Domain at Karapiro on Wednesday, 13 March. Read more…
  16. A run, swim and a bike to bronze

    St Paul’s had six teams competing at the Waikato Bay of Plenty Teams Triathlon Championships, which was held at the Lake Karapiro ... Read more…
  17. 3x3 Basketball Summer Tournament results

    The Secondary School 3x3 Championships got underway at the Trustpower Arena in Tauranga, in what was set to be the liveliest ... Read more…
  18. Triathalon gold for Oliver Larcombe

    St Paul’s was represented by three students at the NZ Schools' Triathlon Championship event held in New Plymouth on Friday, 29 March. Read more…
  19. Three boys selected for U15 Sevens Tournament Team

    St Paul’s Under 15 boys’ sevens team competed in the North Island Secondary School Sevens' tournament held at Mt Maunganui. Read more…
  20. Girls sevens rugby play in their first ever summer tournament

    Boots on and mouth guards in, the girls were ready to go. The girls were eager to get on the field, with a game against Rangitoto ... Read more…
  21. Upcoming hockey draws

    St Paul's hockey teams have a number of tournaments in the books over the next few weeks: Read more…
  22. A podium placing at the national athletics champs

    Three students traveled to Christchurch as part of the Waikato Bay of Plenty team for Athletics Nationals. This is an elite ... Read more…
  23. Matthew Chanwai to fulfil his dream

    Matthew Chanwai (Year 9) will be en route to New York this June to perform as a solo cellist at the world famous Carnegie Hall. Read more…
  24. Grease is the word

    Get out your leather jackets and pull on your bobby socks with Rydell High's senior class of 1959. St Paul's 2019 production is Grease, o... Read more…
  25. Overcoming adversity - sermon by Tiaki Rhodes

    Following a horrific accident over the summer break, Tiaki Rhodes (Year 12), faced an uphill climb to recovery. At Sunday chapel on 3 ... Read more…
  26. Inspired to make a change

    Chapel and service prefect, Daniel Rickman, attended World Vision's Scholarship Week in January. The week aimed to expose young people ... Read more…
  27. Use your privilege wisely - sermon by Julia McLean

    At chapel on 24 February, Julia McLean (Year 13), accompanied by her housemates, delivered a sermon on privilege. Read more…