2021 Academic, Sport and Performing Arts Scholarships
Applications for 2021 Academic, Sport and Performing Arts Scholarships close Monday 6 April 2020.
For more information visit: https://stpaulsags.vic.edu.au/enrolment/scholarships/
St Paul’s is a co-educational Anglican school which is founded on the ethos and values of the Anglican Church. We are a multi-campus school with campuses in both Traralgon and Warragul.
We are a community committed to learning and, as such, we strive to provide engaging and enriching learning experiences for all of our students. Our aim is to nurture the talents of each and every child; supporting in areas of challenge and extending in areas of accomplishment. From the child-centred and play-based activities of our Early Learning Centres through to the mastery of key skills and the pursuit of individual passions through a diverse range of specialist subjects and programs, St Paul’s aims to foster not only academic potential but a joy of learning which will be life long.
For us, learning is much more than that which takes place in the classroom. Our school offers a broad range of co-curricular programs including sport, music, drama and outdoor education. In addition, our students are active participants in their communities, contributing and raising awareness through service to others. Within our own community, there is a strong emphasis on cross-age mentoring and the provision of authentic, age-appropriate leadership opportunities for our students.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Enrolments Officer on 03 5623 5833 if you would like further information or a tour of the school.
Book a tour and experience for yourself what St Paul’s has to offer.
Tours are a great way to discover more about St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School. Tours of all campuses are available by appointment and offer families the opportunity to speak with staff and observe the students as they learn.
Alternatively there are several open days scheduled throughout the year for parents to participate in guided weekend tours of the School.
For further information and to book a tour of St Paul’s, please contact:
Telephone: +61 3 5623 5833
St Paul’s is a happy school, a place where students and staff care for one another and are grateful to be a part of this remarkable learning community. From humble beginnings in 1982, we have grown to be a school of approximately 1,500 students and 250 staff, becoming one of Australia’s leading regional schools.
Known for strong academic achievement and broad co-curricular offerings, St Paul’s embraces the importance of recognising each child as an individual. This is made possible by our ‘four schools in one’ approach, with a Junior School and Secondary School at each of our campuses in Warragul and Traralgon. In this way, each child can be known and catered for with a personalised approach by staff who know their students well.
Students and staff at St Paul’s consistently comment on the distinct sense of belonging that they feel here, together with a generosity of spirit. With personalised learning and pastoral care at the core of our purpose, we believe in the development of the whole person and equipping our students to live meaningful, purposeful lives as contributing members of modern society.
Educators must lead by example and I believe that the staff of St Paul’s do this well. For instance, if we want our students to be optimistic, diligent, compassionate and resilient then we must strive to display these attributes ourselves. We must be honest and whole-hearted in our dealings with people and genuinely care that our students become the best that they can be. In my experience, schools with teachers and leaders who exhibit these qualities form a special bond with their students, which leads to mutual respect, school pride and a unique sense of belonging. In an environment such as this, each student can be provided with the best opportunity to thrive. This is what a St Paul’s education offers.
Websites, however, can only convey so much. The best way to experience a school is to visit. I encourage you to contact the School and make a time to have a look around.
Cameron Herbert, Principal
(as voted by site visitors)