St Paul's Collegiate School - Hamilton




  1. Lander Centre opens for learning

    St Paul's has reached another milestone in the school’s ongoing construction programme - while giving a nod to history at the same ... Read more…
  2. Bubble blessings from Rev

    Kia Ora Kooutou Warm greetings to you and your respective bubbles. Life in a “bubble“ is certainly a very interesting experience and ... Read more…
  3. We want your best trickshot

    Join us for a lockdown challenge! Read more…
  4. Fitchett House win Arts Day

    Arts Day is a busy competition where this year, students showed off their talents to produce power banners, pavement art, portraits, a ... Read more…
  5. Collector donates art to School

    Collegian David Hill's kindness and generosity have sparked an art movement within St Paul's. Read more…
  6. Good Report morning tea

    The Good Report morning tea is a special occasion for students who receive good marks in their school reports for effort and behaviour ... Read more…
  7. Collegian returns as teacher

    For Collegian Anahia Noble (Harington 2016-2018), returning to St Paul’s as a teacher aide and teacher of Te Reo was a natural ... Read more…
  8. St Paul's families business directory

    We have put together a business directory of businesses owned by St Paul's families. Read more…
  9. They've done it again!

    St Paul's first XV rugby team have had their fourth consecutive win in the Central North Island Rugby competition. Read more…
  10. Oliver Larcombe selected for World Junior Triathlon Championships

    After a successful first place at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Triathlon Championships, Oliver Larcombe (Year 13), has been ... Read more…
  11. Adventure racing teams lead pack

    On Tuesday 10 August, four junior adventure racing teams competed in the Waikato Torpedo7 Get2Go Challenge series run by Hillary ... Read more…
  12. Students receive their sports colours

    A number of students recently received their full sports colours. These are awarded to students who are members of the school 'first' ... Read more…
  13. Five students selected for New Zealand U17 Harlequins squad

    Congratulations to Toby Robb (Year 13), Layken Tua (Year 12), Harry Trumm (Year 12), Niah Church-Jones (Year 13) and Eli Adlington ... Read more…
  14. Kendyl Cowley selected for New Zealand Harlequins U17 Girls' Rugby squad

    Kendyl Cowley (Year 12) has been selected for the 2021 New Zealand Harlequins U17 Girls' Rugby squad. Congratulations Kendyl - we look ... Read more…
  15. Squash players compete in national championships

    The St Paul's squash teams headed to Tauranga from August 6-8 to compete in the 2021 New Zealand Secondary Schools Squash Teams ... Read more…
  16. Students invited to National U18 Hockey Camp

    Congratulations to Sam Lints (Year 13), Flynn Hutchinson (Year 13) and Jamiee Eades (Year 13) who have all been selected by Hockey New ... Read more…
  17. Maths students competes in engineering challenge

    Three St Paul's teams competed in The University of Auckland Engineering Challenge on Saturday 7 August. Read more…
  18. Our service programme partners need our help

    Kia ora whaanau, While there are some benefits during a nationwide lockdown, there are also many things lost to us. For a school such ... Read more…
  19. Winter party for local refugees

    As part of St Paul's service programme, the School has established a partnership with the Refugee Orientation Centre Trust – a ... Read more…
  20. School House win house quiz competition

    Congratulations to School House for taking out the prize for the house quiz competition. Read more…
  21. St Paul's host Southwell School for sports exchange

    Continuing the St Paul's/Southwell School Sports Exchange tradition, Southwell students spent an afternoon in August with St Paul's ... Read more…
  22. Chamber Choir competes at Cadenza

    St Paul's Chamber Choir competed in the Upper North Island Cadenza on Tuesday 17 August. Sadly the competition was cut short due to ... Read more…
  23. June Clifford Silver Award for Matthew Chanwai

    Matthew Chanwai (Year 11) has been awarded the prestigious June Clifford Silver Award at the 2021 NZCT Chamber Music Contest, a ... Read more…
  24. Venessa Joyce awarded second place at singing competition

    Venessa Joyce (Year 11) was awarded second overall for her exceptional efforts at the Hamilton Competitions Society held from 17-19 ... Read more…
  25. Dealing with procrastination

    Read which has been expertly covered on dealing with procrastination. Parents are encouraged to discuss this material with their sons ... Read more…
  26. Managing worry and rumination

    This is a brief document explaining why it is important to manage worry and rumination (constantly thinking the same thoughts). Learn ... Read more…
  27. Focusing on what you can control

    The school Counsellors have prepared the last of a recent series centered on enhancing students’ general knowledge, including ... Read more…
  28. Boosting the positives and undoing the negative bias

    Our school Counsellors have put together an excellent resource that encourages boosting the positives and undoing the negative bias. ... Read more…
  29. Intentions for 2022

    We are in the process of finalising enrolments for 2022 and preparing budget projections for the forthcoming year. Read more…