St Paul's Collegiate School - Hamilton


School events in March

  • House Haka competition - Wed 6 March, 2.30pm held in school gym - all parents welcome
  • Swimming Sports - Tues 12 March - programme for the day can be found here
  • Year 11 father and son breakfast - Tues 12 March - 7.30am
  • Year 9 and 10 parent teacher interviews - Friday 15 March
  • Year 11-13 day parent teacher interviews - Tuesday 19 March
  • Year 11-13 boarding parent teacher interviews - Friday 22 March
  • Grandparents Day - Friday 22 March - 10am-1pm


Other events in March

  • 60th reunion celebrations Friday 8 - Saturday 9 March
  • Open Day at St Paul's - Saturday 16 March - more details here 


School Shop

St Paul's School Shop has all uniform and stationery requirements for our students. To contact the School Shop, please phone 957 8841, email shop@stpauls.school.nz or visit their online storePlease note the upcoming school holiday shop hours and changes to Saturday trading dates on the shop website.


  1. An exciting year ahead at St Paul's

    We have made a superb start in our 60th year as a school. We have a record roll, impressive external examination results, and quite a ... Read more…
  2. Free parenting resource, now available to all our parents

    We recognise that never has it been more challenging for parents to raise happy, healthy and resilient children. Parents need to be ... Read more…
  3. Pastoral care - support for your child

    One of the special features of St Paul’s is the strength of our pastoral care system. Read more…
  4. New teaching and support staff join St Paul’s

    The new year sees a number of new teaching and support staff join St Paul’s. We welcome the following staff to our school community and ... Read more…
  5. Staff changes for 2019

    2019 has brought with it a number of role changes, particularly amongst our boarding and house leadership. Read more…
  6. New well-being progamme introduced this term

    Further to the Headmaster’s prize-giving speech and follow-up article in the December issue of the Informer newsletter, on the theme of ... Read more…
  7. Celebrating 60 years with legacy projects

    To celebrate the school's 60 years, we have put together some legacy projects that celebrate our school's history, special character and ... Read more…
  8. Happy birthday to... us!!

    On Tuesday, 12 February 2019, St Paul’s Collegiate School turned 60 and to celebrate, a timeline of the past six decades was unveiled in ... Read more…
  9. 60 years - The Big Welcome Back Reunion

    This week we will welcome back past students and staff for The Big Welcome Back Reunion, celebrating 60 years of St Paul's. We have a ... Read more…
  10. Another strong year of NCEA and Cambridge results

    Our 2018 results in external qualifications are very similar to the excellent performances that have been achieved by our seniors in ... Read more…
  11. 2018 - a massive year for scholarships

    Scholarship is the most demanding and prestigious of secondary school examinations and is sat in subjects studied by the candidate. Read more…
  12. Graduate lands prestigious uni placement

    2018 graduate Sasha Patil (Harington 2016-18) is heading to the sunny Gold Coast to pursure a double degree in Medical Science and Medicine. Read more…
  13. St Paul's careers service

    Students at St Paul’s are provided with careers guidance and support in making vocational/educational decisions. Read more…
  14. Waves above the rest at surf lifesaving champs

    Hannah Simpson (Year 12) emerged as a champion at the North Island Surf Lifesaving Championships held in Waihi from 16-17 February. Read more…
  15. Rowing season in full swing

    St Paul's rowers have been busy on the water, competing and training as they lead up to Maadi Cup at the end of March. Read more…
  16. Lindisfarne College exchange

    Once again students competed against Hasting's Lindisfarne College in an annual sporting exchange whihc took place from 10 - 12 February Read more…
  17. Students feel the heat on Athletics Day

    The weather had been hot in the weeks leading up to the annual athletic championships, and so it wasn’t surprising that it dawned hot and ... Read more…
  18. Swimmers' summer success

    St Paul’s had several swimmers in action over the December to February period. Read more…
  19. Sporting highlights

    Sitiveni Lose performed outstandingly in the recent Colgate Games (i.e. for young people under 14 years of age, gaining a gold medal ... Read more…
  20. Northern Districts scout St Paul's cricketers

    Three St Paul’s boys made the Northern Districts under-17 team and were selected to take part in the national under-17’s tournament held ... Read more…
  21. 1st XI Cricket win three out of three at North Island Cricket Festival

    On Monday, 28 January, St Paul’s 1st XI took on St John’s for the start of the Cricket Festival competition. Read more…
  22. Students reflect on Cambodia trip

    At a recent assembly, senior students from last year's Cambodia trip spoke of their experiences in early December 2018, as they embarked ... Read more…
  23. A Chaplain in the slums

    In this month's Informer, I have been asked to share a little of the experience of the school service trip to Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Read more…
  24. Waitangi reflections

    The following moving sermon was given by Head of Social Sciences, Mrs Christina Nicolaas. Read more…
  25. Young cellist strikes a chord in national orchestra

    Matthew Chanwai (Year 9) has been selected to be a member of the New Zealand Secondary Schools Symphony Orchestra (NZSSSO) 2019. Read more…
  26. Students fine tune their skills at music camp

    On 18 January, students from the Big Band, Concert Band, Guitar Group and Drumline participated in the 2019 Music Camp. Following the ... Read more…
  27. Chaplain's Comment from Rev Peter Rickman

    In December our Chaplain, Rev Peter Rickman, shared his reflections on the meaning of Christmas. While the festive season has now passed ... Read more…
  28. Our ever-changing campus

    Over the past few months, a number of capital projects have been completed, while others are just beginning... Read more…
  29. Third classroom arrives at Tihoi

    The third classroom arrived at the Tihoi campus on Wednesday, 16 January to complete the replacement of the academic buildings. Read more…
  30. Drama centre is opened

    Following months of construction, the eagerly awaited drama and performance centre was blessed and opened in time for 2019 classes to begin. Read more…
  31. 2020 enrolment process has commenced

    Enrolment interviews have started for the 2020 intake. Read more…