Congratulations to all on your hard work!!!
St. Paul Catholic High School
2017-2018 Third Quarter Honor Roll
CLICK HERE to see the entire list!
Each year a group of our students visit ORTV for Catholic Schools Week and give their comments on what St. Paul Catholic High School means to them! Thank you for hosting us ORTV!
Listen to two current St. Paul students and what they have to say about our St. Paul family!
Testimonial 2018 – Paul Alderete
Testimonial 2019 – Maggie Carroll
St Paul Catholic High School uses an independent consultant, FACTS Grant & Aid, to evaluate financial need. Anyone who wishes to be considered for tuition assistance must submit an application to FACTS Grant & Aid. The application fee is $27.
In an effort to speed up the award process, there will be two deadlines this year:
Returning Families without incoming freshmen: The deadline for applying for tuition assistance for the 2018-2019 academic year will be February 19, 2018 for returning families without incoming freshmen. Required documentation will include a copy of your 2017 Federal Income Tax return and copies of all 2017 W-2’s, 1099’s and 1098’s. Please note: In cases of divorce, both parents must apply for financial aid and supply financial documents. If you occupy separate households, each parent should complete a separate application.
For more information, application, or FAQs on tuition assistance please CLICK HERE.
Please join us and support our Catholic Schools!
Archbishop Leonard P. Blair and the Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Schools
cordially invite you to attend the
18th Annual Archbishop’s
St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast
Friday, March 16, 2018
Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford
For details and ticket information CLICK HERE