• Remember - Monday 31 April is a pupil free day!

  • Our mission is to strive to acknowledge the self worth and dignity of all of our community members.

  • High class educational facilities.

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Principal's Welcome

St Paul’s is a co-educational Catholic school of approximately 950 students offering a comprehensive curriculum for Years 7 to 12. It is the mission of the school to be inspired by, and live out, Gospel values as we educate young men and women to use their gifts to make our world a better place for all. With its Catholic identity as its foundation, the school seeks to promote these Gospel values through all aspects of the life of the school.

St Paul’s Campus is situated at Booragul in a peaceful lakeside setting, just 20 km from Newcastle NSW, and provides secondary education for students from the parishes of Morisset, Toronto, Booragul, Boolaroo/Warners Bay, Sugarloaf and Cardiff.... see more

Latest News

6.3.18

Celebrating academic excellence in our diocese

Students from across the diocese have been recognised for achieving outstanding academic results in 2017. Before family, frie…

19.2.18

21st Blue Award Presentation

On Monday 12 February, St Paul’s College in Manly, hosted the 21st Blue Award Presentation, celebrating the sporting achievem…

23.1.18

Diocesan sporting achievements 2017

The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle has a proud tradition of sporting achievements as demonstrated by the talented and gifted a…

17.12.17

St Paul’s claim undefeated champions

It was an early start on Wednesday 22 November, as the girls U14's and 16's rugby league teams from St Paul’s Catholic Colleg…

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St Paul's Catholic College is committed to the development of the whole person – physically, spiritually, academically, emotionally and psychologically. Both in school and through many extra curricular activities our foundation and centre in Christ and the values inherent in the Gospel are evident.

The St Paul's community tries to be responsive to student concerns, encouraging them to act on their beliefs – letting students know they have "a voice" and encouraging them to accept responsibility for their community and the wider world.