St. Paul's College
St Paul's College is a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition for boys in Reception to Year 12. It is the member of Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA), a body of schools, entities and offices offering a Catholic education in the tradition of Blessed Edmund Rice. EREA schools strive to offer a liberating education, based on a gospel spirituality, within an inclusive community committed to justice and solidarity.
Spread over eight hectares, St Paul’s campus hosts dedicated Primary and Secondary schools. It includes a football oval, soccer pitches, six tennis courts and two cricket wickets including a turf wicket, which is complemented by a fully-equipped, modern gymnasium. The school cater for the developmental needs of boys maturing into young men through a comprehensive program of pastoral care that includes camps and retreats at each year level.
St Paul's College co-curricular program includes musical ensembles, chess, debating, the Pedal Prix, and an annual musical production in partnership with our sister school, Kildare College, with whom it shares its Year 11 and 12 timetable. In addition, students can compete in sports teams in a wide variety of traditional sports. Many of the graduates go on to university having achieved excellent results in Year 12 and receiving academic awards for their merits, while others undertake trade careers having achieved recognised qualifications at its Trade Training Centre and beginning their careers as part of their SACE studies.
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