St Pauls Catholic College

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St Pauls Catholic College
198 Old Prospect Road
Greystanes, New South Wales, 2145
Motto Many Gifts – One Community
Denomination Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) St Paul
Established 1958
Principal David Bourne
Staff 82
Teaching staff 58
Grades 7-12
Gender Male (single-sex)
Number of students 879
Houses Mackillop, Florey, Churchill, Greenway, Bennelong
Colour(s) red/blue/yellow
Sports Football, soccer, basketball, table tennis, AFL, rugby league

St Pauls Catholic College is a private boys' High School in Greystanes, New South Wales. It is named after the Christian patron, St Paul. It was originally named St Simon Stock High School and Newman High School. It is behind the OLQP Parish in Greystanes and next to OLQP Primary School, in which the school is intimately involved. Its vicinity becomes the host of the annual Maltese Festival around September.


St Paul's Catholic College was founded in 1958, commonly referred to as the new Catholic School in the district of Pendle Hill. It was originally named St Simon Stock School.

The school took its as motto Esto Vir, which means "Be a Man".

Over the years, the school took on a new name and motto. The 19th-Century English convert and thinker John Henry Newman was the inspiration for the new name and the new motto was "Heart speaks to Heart".

Finally the school was renamed again to St Paul's. The new motto for St Paul's is "Many Gifts...One Community".