St Paul’s College is a Catholic, Champagnat Marist school for boys from Year 7–13. We enrol students primarily in Years 7, 8 & 9. Enrolment at other levels is subject to availability.

In line with our commitment to the Special Character of St Paul's College and the Integrated Schools agreement between the Ministry of Education and the Diocese of Auckland, students who are Catholic or "establish a connection with" the Catholic faith are given preference.

Our catchment area includes local suburbs especially Grey Lynn and Ponsonby as well as suburbs such as Avondale, Henderson, Pt Chevalier, Mt Roskill, Blockhouse Bay, Onehunga, Mangere and Manurewa to name a few. 

For more information, please refer to the St Paul's College Information Booklet.

St Paul's College enrols the family

How to Enrol

  1. Submit a completed Enrolment Pack 
  2. Ensure ALL required documents are submitted to avoid delay
  3. Applications will be assessed and you will be contacted

What to Expect

Once a completed pack has been submitted, the College will assess your application and contact you for an interview. This is a formal interview and the prospective student and family are required to attend. 

Please note: The application will only proceed to the interview stage if ALL relevant forms and documents have been submitted.

When do I hear back?

The College aims to respond to families within two weeks. If you have not heard back within this time, please contact Mrs Sarah Lindsay, Enrolment Manager. 

What happens next?

After the interview, the College will send you an Acceptance Letter and Form that should be signed by parents and students and returned to confirm your place at St Paul's College. 

Later in the year (generally Term 4), the College will invite you in for Orientation Day, please make yourself available for this as it is compulsory.