As an alum, a past parent, current parent, grandparent, or friend of St. Paul, we thank you for being a part of our vision "to be a truly great Catholic high school". Here's St. Paul news you can use - delivered to you once a month during the school year. Enjoy!
Faith Feature
This Thursday, January 23rd, close to 160 St. Paul students, faculty and staff will travel to this year's March for Life in Washington D.C.

When they arrive participants will attend a Vigil Mass at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception where the Most Reverend Joseph Naumann, Archbishop of Kansas City, KS, and Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities will be the principal celebrant.

The next morning the group will attend Mass at the hotel with Archbishop Leonard P. Blair and will hear from Dr. Monique Ruberu, Ob/Gyn. Participants will then head to the Washington Mall listening to prominent pro-life speakers before marching to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Vigil Mass for Life at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (starting at 5:30pm on Thursday, January 23) and the speakers at the March for Life (starting at noon on Friday, January 24), will be available through live coverage at or through Facebook .
Kindness Campaign
St. Paul's Kindness Campaign is student-led features submissions of kind acts they see here at St. Paul on a daily basis. We will feature one each month, but be assured there are many acts of kindness in the halls, classrooms and offices here at SP.

This month, swim team captain Miranda Grustas '20 asked administration if the weekly Thursday morning chapel Mass could be said in memory of swim coach Meegan Martin who passed away in late December. Many students (swim team and others) attended to remember and honor beloved Coach Meegan Martin.
Alumni News
Congratulations to St. Paul graduate Steve Pikiell '86. He has been the Rutgers men's head basketball coach for four seasons now and the Scarlet Knights were just ranked No. 24 by The Associated Press on Monday. It's their first time in the poll since they were No. 18 in the final rankings of the 1978-79 season.

photo credit AP
Melissa Lyder '19 is a freshman at UConn. She has decided to participate in a HuskyTHON, the University's effort to raise funds and awareness for the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital (Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford). She would love our help in raising funds for these children.The effort culminates in an 18-hour dance marathon, where thousands of UConn students come together to dance for those who can’t.

To make a donation CLICK HERE!
The project in History class was... using the MineCraft program, construct a Gothic Cathedral focusing on notable features of their Cathedral when presenting their finished product. The Cathedral had to be from the 1100’s to 1600’s. Only the facade was necessary but the pictures I have are from two students who went way beyond expectations!
The project in Spanish 2 class was... build your dream house and present, in Spanish, to the class. most students chose to use MineCraft and did an amazing job. Each student had to create all of the rooms, garden, garages, pool, and then label house rooms, items, and accessories by using vocabulary words from the Spanish 2 unit. In class, each student presented their house and described it using the grammar and vocabulary.
Admissions News
With the new year here and thoughts of your student in a new school come this Fall, why not consider St. Paul Catholic High School for your student's high school career.
Our competitive, college-preparatory program prepares students for the rigors of college and beyond. See all we have to offer at our open house and then register for our
placement exam which will take place on Saturday, February 22 at 8:00am *. Register today at
Performing Arts Spring Musical
THIS SPRING the St. Paul Performing Arts cast and crew are thrilled to present the timeless classic Matilda ! Make sure to save the date and remember tickets will be on sale beginning in March.
St. Paul 2020 Events - Save the Date
St. Paul Athletics
The Boys Basketball team hosts Wolcott on Wednesday. Freshman @ 4:00, JV @ 5:30, & Varsity at 7:00.

The Girls Basketball team heads to Wolcott on Wednesday. JV @ 4:30, & Varsity at 6:00.

The Indoor Track Team travels to New Haven Athletic Center/Hillhouse HS this Friday 1/24.

Good luck the Bristol Swim Co-op at home Friday, 1/24 at 3:45 vs. Conard.

The Wrestling team heads to East Catholic High School this Saturday, 1/25.
Fundraisers and Events
Alumni News
Are you or do you know a St. Paul Alum? 
We are looking for St. Paul Alum to share a testimonial, a quote, and good news! 

Do you have good news to share too? 
Recently married? 
New baby? 
Other Fun News and Photos?
Visit our Alumni Page on our website OR email with a few words about your time spent here at St. Paul Catholic High School, a quote about the faculty, staff, sports, performing arts, or academics. 
Trip to Italy & Greece - Summer of 2020 - 7/14/20-7/22/20
Why Are We Going? Everyone has the opportunity to...
  • Step outside the classroom and engage with the world firsthand
  • Go beyond his/her comfort zone and experience new foods, cultures and people
  • Receive an experience that will help him/her stand out on college applications
  • Learn how to navigate new situations with a broader global perspective
  • Have a life changing experience

What's Next?
There are a limited number of 30 spots available! For more trip details or to enroll visit  or call EF's Traveler Support Team from Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM at 800-665-5364.  
I hope your child will be able to attend this unique opportunity! Please email Dr. Gnoza at with any questions!
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