St Paul's Collegiate School - Hamilton


We hope you might be enjoying some time out during the school holiday break. 

As we prepare to return back to the final term of the year, we remind you of a number of house and sports dinners that all take place in the first few weeks back. These are listed below but are also listed in the term calendar that has been posted to you and can be viewed on our website

First day back at school on Monday 14 October, students will attend Chapel at 8:00am and then move outside for the unveiling ceremony of the school's new sculpture (in front of Williams House) which commemorates 60 years of St Paul's and 40 years of Tihoi Venture School.

  • Monday 14 Oct -  Hockey dinner  
  • Wednesday 16 Oct - Football dinner
  • Friday 18 Oct - Clark House dinner and Hall House dinner
  • Sunday 20 Oct - Williams House dinner and Hamilton House dinner
  • Monday 21 Oct - Harington Boarding House dinner
  • Tuesday 22 Oct - Netball prize giving dinner
  • Friday 25 Oct - Sports and Cultural Awards
  • Monday 28 Oct - Sargood House dinner
  • Tuesday 29 Oct - International Students dinner
  • Wednesday 30 Oct - School House dinner
  • Thursday 31 Oct - Prefects end of year dinner
  • Friday 1 Nov - Last day for senior students
  • Sunday 3 Nov - Fitchett House dinner




  1. Full circle moment for the Hornsby Library

    Demolition of the old Hornsby Library has taken place and preparations for the construction of the Learning Hub are in full swing. Read more…
  2. World-renowned sculptor's latest piece to be installed at St Paul's

    St Paul's Collegiate School is excited to unveil a sculpture commissioned by Paul Dibble to celebrate 60 years of the school and 40 years ... Read more…
  3. Rico competes on the world stage

    Rico D’Anvers (Year 13) competed in the BMX Elite World Championships with 70 Junior Elite Men all after the same goal... world number one ... Read more…
  4. Capping off the sporting year

    The following students have been awarded their caps in their respective sports, having reached the required criteria. Read more…
  5. Swimming success at national championships

    The New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Swimming Championship for 2019 was held at Te Rapa Waterworld from 12-15 September. Read more…
  6. Junior A Hockey - the underdogs take the game

    Our Junior A boys’ hockey team was made up of Year 9 and 10 boys, with Oscar Coxhead (Year 11) playing in goal. Playing in the D Division, ... Read more…
  7. Boys' hockey put in best effort at Winter Tournament Week

    With a young and inexperienced Division 1 team, St Paul's Collegiate School Boys' 1st XI hockey team set out to Christchurch to compete in ... Read more…
  8. Girls' Hockey qualify for Federation Cup 2020

    After a long string of games the St Paul's 1st XI Girls' Hockey team were on still form to qualify for next year's Federation Cup, while ... Read more…
  9. U15 hockey team steps up at a tough Tanner Cup

    The ninth annual Tanner Cup Hockey Tournament hosted by St Paul’s Collegiate School saw the 12 best hockey schools from the North and ... Read more…
  10. Girls' Football play on despite injuries at tournament

    The St Paul's Girls' Football team put in a fantastic effort at the recent Kathy Seaward Tournament in Whangarei. Read on for a run down ... Read more…
  11. Boys' 1st XI Football top last year at National Tournament

    At the Lotto Premier National Tournament held in Napier, St Paul’s 1st XI boys’ football side was placed in Pool A, along with St ... Read more…
  12. Netballers compete against the North Island's best

    The Upper North Island Secondary Schools Tournament is always the highlight of the season for secondary school netball players. With the ... Read more…
  13. Rugby quad compete at St Paul's

    This was the twelfth year that the under-16 Rugby Quadrangular Tournament has been contested. The four schools involved were Sacred Heart ... Read more…
  14. Girl's Lacrosse - Back to back winners

    What a way to end a season! St Paul's Girls' Lacrosse team win gold for the second consecutive year. Read more…
  15. Basketballers in the zone at Winter Tournament Week

    During Winter Tournament Week, our Premier Boys' Basketball team travelled to Whanganui to compete in the 2019 Schick Central Secondary ... Read more…
  16. Badminton players go hard at local and national comps

    St Paul's boys and girls badminton teams both competed at the Waikato Badminton Secondary School Competition last term, finishing with ... Read more…
  17. A weekend of intensity on two wheels

    Cycling New Zealand Schools Northern Tour Over the weekend of 7th and 8th of September Thomas McAdams, Riley Wills, Isaac Reay, Oliver ... Read more…
  18. Skiers hit the slopes

    The St Paul's ski team have been spending the better part of their weekends on the slopes of Mt Ruapehu, preparing for the competition ... Read more…
  19. The sound of singing success - Chamber Choir perform at Big Sing

    On Sunday 25th and Monday 26th August, the St Paul's First Fifteen Chamber Choir had the incredible opportunity to attend and compete in ... Read more…
  20. Maths students zero in on a successful year

    St Paul’s students can participate in three maths competitions across the course of the year. As each competition follows a different ... Read more…
  21. Junior leaders announced

    At a recent assembly, we recognised fourteen Year 10 students that have been selected as junior leaders. These young men have shown growth ... Read more…
  22. Orator extraordinaire Miah McDonald named 2019 senior speech champ

    The 2019 Senior Speech Finals were held in the latter half of Term 3. Out of an impressive field of 14 competitors, four students were ... Read more…
  23. The power of now - chaplain's comment

    For this month's Informer, Revd Peter Rickman urges us to find some time amongst the chaos of life. Read more…
  24. Starting small on the road to the top

    “If you want to change the world, start off by making your bed.” Caleb Weck (Year 12) delivered the sermon at a recent Clark House chapel ... Read more…
  25. Relive 2019's best bits - pre-order your Collegian Magazine today!

    What a year it's been! Don't miss out on the chance to relive all the highlights from 2019 by pre-ordering your copy of Collegian Magazine. Read more…