The first step in the application process is to request an application package. You can do so by calling John Yunyk '03, Director of Admissions, directly at (204) 831-2327 or even easier, request one using our online form.
The following required documents must be submitted in their entirety by the closing date for applications (Unless otherwise indicated):
St. Paul’s recognizes that not all schools will have completed a second term prior to your family’s interview. For those schools that have completed a second term, the submission of the second term report card is required.
The following optional supporting documents must be submitted in their entirety by the closing date for applications. (unless otherwise indicated):
The non-refundable application fee is $100. Cheques can be made to St. Paul’s High School and should be submitted with the Application Form. If the application fee is prohibitive, please contact the Director of Admissions.
All students applying for grade 9 and grade 10 must write an entrance test. The entrance test is a four-hour, primarily multiple-choice test that is designed to assess the ability of students in English, Mathematics, and general reasoning. Applicants are offered a choice of two possible dates for writing the test. To register for one of the entrance tests, simply indicate your preference in the designated area on the first page of the Application Form.
All applicants will be granted interviews and will be contacted by email during the months of February and March (or by phone if an email address has not been provided) to schedule the interview. Interviews will take place starting the first week of February until the end of March . Most interviews will be scheduled Monday through Thursday between 3:30pm and 5:30pm. It does take some time to schedule the large number of interviews that occur. The school asks your patience as we move through the interview stage.
An Important Note:
The Admissions Committee will not schedule an interview until the file is complete. It is the responsibility of the applicant’s family to ensure that all required documents have been sent to the Admissions Office in a timely manner.