St. Paul Catholic High School

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St. Paul Catholic High School
Address
1001 Stafford Avenue
Bristol, Connecticut, (Hartford County) 06010
United States
Coordinates 41°42′8″N 72°54′50″W / 41.70222°N 72.91389°W / 41.70222; -72.91389Coordinates: 41°42′8″N 72°54′50″W / 41.70222°N 72.91389°W / 41.70222; -72.91389
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Motto "All things to all men."
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1966
School district Archdiocese of Hartford
Superintendent Dr. Dale R. Hoyt
President Cary Dupont
Principal Cary Dupont
Chaplain Father Alex Avendano
Grades 912
Color(s) Blue, White and Crimson             
Slogan "Not in Our House"
Song Irish Blessing
Athletics conference NVL - Naugatuck Valley League
Mascot Falcons
Accreditation New England Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Dean of Academic Life James Cooper
Dean of Student Life Albert Wallace
Athletic Director David Dennehy
Admissions Director Matthew Crowley
Website

St. Paul Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Bristol, Connecticut, USA. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford. Its mascot is the falcon, and its colors are blue, white, and crimson. The school is known for their performing arts, as well as for their athletics.

Background[edit]

St. Paul was established in 1966 and was originally staffed by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Today St. Paul Catholic High School is a thriving school both academically and spiritually. [2]

Athletics[edit]

St. Paul has a long and rich athletic tradition dating back to the 1960s in such sports as basketball, baseball, and swimming.

The St. Paul girls' basketball team won the 2009-2010 Class S State Championship. The championship game was played at Mohegan Sun Arena.

St. Paul offers over 20 varsity sports.

Notable alumni[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ NEASC-CIS. "NEASC-Commission on Independent Schools". Retrieved 2009-07-28. 
  2. ^ SPCHS. "School History". Archived from the original on 2007-06-07. Retrieved 2007-05-11. 

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