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The St. Paul's High School Alumni Association (SPHSAA) helps alumni stay connected to St. Paul's and provides opportunities for alumni to give back to the school. The Alumni Association is proud to be represented by alumni from the Class of 1955 to the Class of 2016 who support our mission and vision.
To encourage the fellowship of former students of St. Paul’s High School through social, educational, cultural, and professional means;
To disseminate information among former students relating to the development of St. Paul’s High School;
To establish and maintain through appropriate resourcefulness a continuous, uninterrupted long term link with all Alumni as well as with St. Paul’s High School and the Community at large and;
To promote the High School through continued alumni interest and to share their knowledge and experience, both academic and otherwise, with current students of the High School
Jason Kopytko '88
Shannon O'Brien '86
Michael Catanese '13
Gordon Auld '10
Kevin Booth '78
Douglas Crabb '88
Manny Fran '86
William Dickson Gould '06
Amar Gupta '93
Brad Havixbeck '89
Darla Hooker (ex officio)
Brett Lesperance '86
Kevin McCulloch '62
Christian Pierce '09
P.J. Prendergast '88
Simon Scott '10
Thomas Semchyshyn '16
Dustin Spiring '13
George Steciuk '55
Reg Turnbull '09
Randy Van de Mosselaer '86 (ex officio)
Grant White '02
As part of the Alumni community, it’s about staying connected to fellow Crusaders and to the school that impacted our lives to be Men for Others.
Jason Kopytko '88
Chair, St. Paul's High School Alumni Association
These presentations are held twice a year, usually in November and April, and feature St. Paul's Alumni who have had success in business or career. The presentation concludes with a brief Q & A and a social gathering. These sessions are sponsored by Coughlin Insurance Brokers.
Gives alumni the opportunity to volunteer in the community as a group, usually in November and May each year. Previous placements include the House of Peace, Winnipeg Cheer Board and Rossbrook House.
An opportunity for alumni to get together to watch a Winnipeg Jets game and shoot some pool. This event is held in February or March every year.
This event welcomes drama alumni to a wine and cheese reception prior to the St. Paul's Dramatic Society production in December.