In their Grade 12 year, all students have the opportunity to become a member of the Maroon and White Society. The Maroon and White is a long Jesuit tradition of leadership development in which students are selected to act as ambassadors of the entire student body for major events both inside and outside the school.

The students who are selected to work on the Maroon and White executive, as well as those students who are inducted into the Society at the end of the year, represent the embodiment of the best of characteristics that St. Paul's High School seeks to instill in the student leaders.

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