St. Paul's College
St Paul's College is a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition for boys in Reception to Year 12.At St Paul's College, they are committed to four core values: Faith, Relationships, Excellence and Diversity. Affectionately known as FRED, these are the values on which college has built their community of students and families.Their values are underpinned by respect and humility and the belief that one must be of genuine service to others.The college welcomes all boys and encourage them to achieve personal excellence through the values of Faith, Relationships, Excellence and Diversity.St Paul's core values of Faith, Relationships, Excellence and Diversity serve to create a clear direction and a sense of understanding of our life's purpose and meaning.
St Paul's College was established following the closure of St Laurence's primary school for boys in Ovingham, where the Christian Brothers had been for 53 years. St Paul's College's common goal is to offer positive opportunities for growth through education. By opening hearts and minds through their pastoral care, academic and co-curricular activities they lift and liberate boys and together with families produce young men, committed to justice and solidarity as well as the pursuit of personal excellence.As an all boys' school, St Paul's College employs particular teaching techniques that have been designed to suit the specific needs of the boys.
St Paul's extensive co-curricular program allows all boys to become involved in activities outside of the classroom. The program caters for all interests and levels and allows boys to undertake many different sporting endeavours or activities such as debating and public speaking, music performance, singing and drama. In addition to providing important opportunities to be active, which in turn benefits boys' physical and mental health, the program also helps to build positive relationships between staff, students and families.
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