St. Paul's High School is part of a worldwide network of Jesuit schools and an associate member of the Jesuit Secondary Education Association.

All courses at St. Paul's High School meet or exceed the requirements of the Province of Manitoba's curriculum allowing students the opportunity to follow an enriched academic program. Manitoba Education, Training & Youth requires that a student obtain a minimum of 30 credits over his four years of high school in order to graduate. In order to receive a St. Paul's High School diploma, 33.5 credits must be obtained during a students four years of high school.

Our mission is to help young men develop themselves in service to others through a Catholic, university preparatory educational program in the Jesuit tradition.

Course Options per Grade

We encourage you to read through our course options for each of the grades at St. Paul's. 

Click here to view our course offerings at each grade level. 

Please call our Vice-Principal of Academics, if you have any questions regarding academic requirements at St. Paul's High School.


Kevin Sterner

Vice-Principal of Academics
(204) 831-2300

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