Team and Club Fundraisers

fundraiserMany new fundraisers have been added to our fundraising page. Make sure to take a look and see what’s coming up and how to support St. Paul’s classes, teams and clubs.

Visit our fundraising page to see a list of current and upcoming fundraisers to show your support.

We at St. Paul Catholic High School have a wonderful and thoughtful community of alumni, parents, and friends who, by their generous financial support, have made it possible for us to keep our traditions of academic and extracurricular excellence for over 50 years.

Alumni and friends have shown their support of St. Paul Catholic High School of our teams and clubs by supporting their fundraisers.



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Spring Placement Exam Scheduled – REGISTER HERE




Calling prospective 9th and 10th graders! Are you looking to attend St. Paul Catholic High School this coming school year? You’re invited to take the Spring Placement Exam on Saturday, March 30 at 8:00AM.  Make sure to register HERE or contact our admissions office with any questions you might have —

Remember – you are invited to visit St. Paul at any time! Take a tour of our campus, shadow a student for the day, attend a sporting event or our Spring musical. Welcome Home!

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You’re Invited to Hoop It Up! at our Event

Join us for a casual, fun filled evening of: Unique Tastings, Small Bites & of course a little March Madness! Make sure to invite your  friends and neighbors to join you! Watch the NCAA games on 4 different TV’s, bring your “A” game for fun contests in the gym, & get ready for tasting some amazing wine, beer & spirits provided by: Bottle Shop of Unionville, Skull Brew House, Meriden as well as food provided by Perfectly Prepared, Cheshire. Contact Shelley Mendoza at or 860-584-0911 ext. 21 for more info. or any questions.

To purchase your tickets please visit our Hoop It Up! event page.




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Self Defense Class being held at St. Paul

The class at St. Paul Catholic High School is FULL – If you would like to be put on a waitlist, please contact Shelley Mendoza at
Escape Alive™
Self Defense Program
Bristol Catholic Schools have partnered with Jane Doe No More, Inc. and are pleased to announce this FREE self defense program to our community of female students and parents.
St. Paul Catholic High School will host the Escape Alive™ self defense program on Saturday, March 9th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm in the St. Paul Gymnasium.
This program is made possible by generous contributions from the Main Street Community Foundation, a St. Paul parent, and Jane Doe No More, and is absolutely FREE to all participants.
Every two minutes, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted. The vast majority (nine out of ten) are women; 80% are under the age of 30, 44% are under the age of 18. Since 2009, Jane Doe No More, Incorporated has partnered with the professional team at East Coast Training Systems to deliver self defense classes to women and girls ages 12 and older. Our Escape Alive™ Survival Skills program is designed to give women and girls a fighting chance in the face of attack.
Each four-hour Escape Alive™ session consists of an “academic” component, as well as physical training and skills practice. Participants learn awareness tips, escape strategies, and kick, strike, and blow techniques designed to disable assailants and enable escape. Since 2009, more than four thousand women and girls have participated in our Escape Alive™ classes.
Thanks to our generous sponsors of the program, we have been able to offer Escape Alive™ classes at no cost to participants since 2012.
NOTE: Participants must be at least 15 years of age, with the exception of designated Mother/Daughter classes (minimum age of 12). All participants 17 yrs or younger must have parental permission, and be signed in by an adult on the day of the event. Mother/Daughter classes are open to individuals, not only mothers and their daughters.

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