St. Paul's High School (Winnipeg)
|Saint Paul's High School|
Sicut Miles Christi|
(Soldiers of Christ)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic (Jesuit)|
|Colour(s)||Maroon and White|
St. Paul's High School is a Jesuit Roman Catholic, all-boys university preparatory high school located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The school has approximately 600 students attending and has an active alumni community.
St Paul's College was founded in 1926 under the Oblate fathers at a location on Selkirk Avenue in Winnipeg. It has operated since 1931 by the English Canada Province of the Society of Jesus, a religious order of priests and brothers, also known as the Jesuits with Fr. John Holland, SJ, being the school's first rector. This period also saw the school relocated to its second location on Ellice Avenue in Winnipeg with construction being completed in 1939. In 1964, the high school located to its current location on Grant Avenue in Tuxedo, now part of Winnipeg.
- Mark Chipman '78 - Founder & Chairman of True North Sports & Entertainment, Governor of Winnipeg Jets
- Reg Alcock '66, federal cabinet minister under Paul Martin
- Donovan Alexander '03, Edmonton Eskimos defensive back
- Greg Bryk, actor - A History of Violence, Saw V, Men With Brooms
- Gary Doer '66, former premier of Manitoba and former Canadian Ambassador to the United States of America
- John Ferguson Jr., Ex-General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, MHSAA Darts semi-finalist (1986)
- George R. D. Goulet, best-selling Métis author
- Angus Reid, founder of the Angus Reid Group, now known as Ipsos-Reid
- Robert Donner '81, software engineer at Microsoft and developer of Microsoft Minesweeper
- Duvie Westcott, Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman.
- Daniel Woolf, principal of Queen's University
- Paul Baxter, NHL and WHA defenceman, NHL assistant coach
- Michael Mahon, President, University of Lethbridge
- Mark Kingwell, Political Philosopher, University of Toronto
- Michael St. Croix '11, New York Rangers
- Chris Driedger '12, Ottawa Senators
- "St. Paul's High School : About". www.stpauls.mb.ca. Retrieved 2017-09-23.