St Paul's Collegiate School
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|St Paul's Collegiate School|
State in Fide
Stand Firm in the Faith
|77 Hukanui Road
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||130|
|Gender||Boys (Years 9–10)
Coeducational (Years 11–13)
|Colour(s)||Black and gold|
St Paul's Collegiate School is a private (independent) Anglican secondary school in Hamilton, New Zealand. Opened in 1959 originally as a boys only school, the school began admitting girls in years 12 to 13 in 1985, then girls in years 11 to 13 in 2010.
St Paul's Collegiate was founded by the local Anglican community including the parents of some Southwell School students, but today only a small proportion of St Pauls students are former Southwell students.
The school also owns and operates Tihoi Venture School, located on the edge of the Pureora Forest Park around 50 km west of Taupo. Year 10 students attend Tihoi for two terms (18 weeks) as part of an adventure-based character development and education programme.
As a private school, St Paul's Collegiate receives little funding from the government and charges parents of students tuition fees to cover costs. As of 2014, the school fees are approximately NZ$19,050 per year for day students and NZ$29,800 for boarders. The exception is in Year 10 with the 18 weeks at Tihoi Venture School, where the fees are NZ$25,170 for day students and NZ$30.400 for boarders. Fees for international students are higher.
At the March 2012 Education Review Office (ERO) review of the school, St Paul's Collegiate had 675 students, including 31 international students. The school's gender composition was 85% male and 15% female, or 72% male and 28% female once the boys-only Years 9 and 10 are excluded. Around 71% of students at the school identified as New Zealand European (Pakeha), 9% as Maori, and 5% each as Chinese, Indian, and Pacific Islanders.
|Clark||a boarding-only house founded in 1967, named after former school board chairman G. I. Clark|
|Fitchett||a day house founded in 1999, named after the chairman of the school board Marcus Fitchett|
|Hall||a day house founded in 1973, named after foundation board member Harry Hall|
|Hamilton||a day house founded in 1964, named after the school's location in Hamilton city|
|Harington||the sole girls' house founded in 1985, named after former school board member Pamela Harington|
|Sargood||a boarding house founded in 1961, named after Sir Percy Sargood, whose Sargood Trust donated funds to build the boarding house.|
|School||a day house founded in 1959. It was formerly also a boarding house.|
|Williams||a boarding house founded in 1963, named after A. B. Williams who donated funds to build the boarding house.|
- Rod Carr - Vice Chancellor of Canterbury University
- James Dallinger - member of New Zealand rowing crew, Beijing Olympics 2008
- Paul Gerritsen - member of New Zealand rowing crew
- Lance Hohaia - member of the New Zealand Warriors Rugby League Team
- Peter Latham - cyclist
- Toby Lynn - rugby player, Waikato Chiefs
- Simon Upton - former Cabinet Minister
- Daniel Vettori - New Zealand Black Cap captain
- Jeremy Wells - TV personality (also attended Wanganui Collegiate School)
- Chris Wood - All Whites footballer
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- "Fees for Domestic Students 2014" (PDF). St Paul's Collegiate School. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
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- "Boarding houses at St Paul's". St Paul's Collegiate School. Retrieved 6 September 2013.