St Paul’s SEISA Swim Win
It has been another successful year for students in the St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Swim team who have once again brought home the championship title from the SEISA Swimming Carnival at Melbourne Sports Centres.
The St Paul’s Swim team comprised of Junior School and Secondary School students from both the school’s Warragul and Traralgon Campuses. A number of younger swimmers commendably competed in higher age groups to fill gaps, with many of them outshining their older competition.
A highlight of the competition was the U/21 female 4x50m Medley Relay team of Molly (Year 12), Zoe (Year 12), Abby (Year 12) and Ruby (Year 9) who broke the previous record for this event from 2018, which was held by St Paul’s.
Phoebe (Year 7), Brody (Year 8), Mollie (Year 12), Molly (Year 12) and Josh (Year 12) were St Paul’s Age Champions on the day.
Molly won her sixth Age Champion award, having won the award for her age group each year she has competed.
SEISA (South Eastern Independent Schools Association) hosts team sports, cultural events, carnivals and a leadership weekend for students from Newhaven College, Gippsland Grammar, Beaconhills College and St Paul’s allowing students to compete against some of the best schools in Gippsland in friendly competitive competitions.
Construction of a $10 million Futures Centre at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is well underway and has great significance to former student, Jye Neilson, who is returning to the school as part of the building project team.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Easter Egg Hunts are all about community.
Students have an exciting new musical opportunity in pipes and drums as part of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School celebrated new beginnings with an official sod-turning event at the site of the school’s new Early Learning Centre and Primary School in Drouin on 10 March.
The 2022 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is Xavier Haberl of Traralgon who received an ATAR of 99.5.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently celebrated the new facilities at the Warragul Junior School with an official opening and dedication.
Three local Year 10 students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School were recently offered and have accepted a place in the Monash Scholars Class of 2022 to 2024.
Over 400 educators, allied health professionals and parents were welcomed when St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School opened its doors recently for the Sharing Best Practice Gippsland conference.
Forty years ago, local families founded St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, and in the decades since, the school has amassed a rich history and a collection of remarkable stories.
The St Paul’s Academy of Music at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is poised to launch an exciting new opportunity with the formation of the St Paul’s Academy of Music Pipes and Drums.