The rise of St Paul’s, from its small beginnings to its present position as a premier school in the Waikato, began on 12 February 1959 when the School opened under headmastership of Mr W. Ford at the current site on Hukanui Road, Chartwell, Hamilton.
Sport is an essential part of student development at St Paul’s Collegiate School, with participation in both summer and winter sport a compulsory part of school life. Catering for a full range of abilities St. Paul’s offers a huge selection of sports options for students, including:
Athletics, badminton, climbing, cricket, cycling, canoe polo, golf, mountain biking, rowing, shooting, squash, swimming, tennis, touch rugby, water polo, volleyball
Badminton, basketball, golf, cross country, cycling/multisport, golf, hockey, netball, rugby, football/soccer, rock climbing, squash, table tennis, water polo, weight training, shooting
St. Paul’s teams have enjoyed great success across all codes over the last few years, especially in rugby where their 1st XV team has won the Central North Island 1st XV Competition 3 years’ in a row, winning every single game.