Published on
May 17, 2024
Weekly Update

Monday, 20 May: Victoria Day, No School

​T​he school is closed for Victoria Day.


Wednesday, 22 May: Late Start for Students

Schedule IV is in effect.

Nearly New Pop Up Shop

Wednesday, 22 May in the Cafeteria from 4:00–7:00pm. Payment by cash or cheque only.

From the Parent Guild

Check those Drawers and Closets

Please consider donating your son’s outgrown St. Paul’s polo shirts, casual pants & other school dress code items. They will be organized for our incoming grade 9 students and parents later in the month.

All clothing donations will be accepted at reception, in the front foyer of the school. Remember to please mark your package “Donation, Nearly New Sale.”

Thank you so much for supporting our new students and our Christmas Hamper Fund

Volunteering Opportunities for 2024–25

The Parent Guild Executive is looking for parents to fill the following spots for the upcoming school year. For a description of these events, please check out the Parent Handbook linked below or email us at

  • New Student BBQ
  • Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Supply Coordinator

Parent Guild Handbook

Parent Guild Page on St. Paul's High School Website:

Graduation Committee Update

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We hope the Graduands and their Mothers enjoyed the heartwarming Mother-Son Ceremony hosted by our school last Friday. We are deeply grateful for the wonderful experience it provided and for everyone involved in its preparation, especially the Parents For Others.

To continue creating cherished memories, we'd like to remind you about the registration for the June 27th Ernie Ostermann ‘57 Graduand Golf Tournament, which is now open.

As mentioned in the Grad package, we aim to provide prizes for our graduates at Safe Grad. These prizes will be in the form of $25 – $50 gift cards for restaurants, popular retailers, movie theaters, credit cards (e.g., VISA cash card), etc. While gift card donations do not qualify for a tax receipt, they will be highly appreciated. Cash donations toward the prizes may qualify for a tax receipt. Please contact Gillian Hauser, Grad Entertainment Chair, at anytime between today and Friday, May 31, 2024, to arrange drop-off for prize donations. If you have any other prize ideas that align with the graduates’ interests, please feel free to share them with the Grad Committee.

Finally, please sign up for volunteering. We still need support with entertainment for Safe Grad:

Best wishes,

Nadiya Khrustavka, Grad Communications Chair

Crusader All Sport Camp

The All Sport Camp’s goal is to give young athletes an opportunity to work on their skills but also compete against other athletes to help them begin to utilize those skills in competition in volleyball, beach volleyball, and basketball. 

The Crusader All-Sport Camp offers both introductory camps for incoming and future students of the school, but also more advanced camps for both incoming and returning students. The All-Sport Camp welcomes St. Paul's students that will be in grade 10 or 11 next school year. The goal of our camps is to help young players improve their skills, but also expand their overall understanding of their chosen sport.  The camp is organized and run by Mr. Lloyd Voth, and Mr. Jeff Laping. 

Click the following button for more information and to register.