Join Us for our Forever Falcons Gala – CLICK HERE

Friday, May 7, 2021 beginning at 7:00 pm

The Forever Falcons Gala is our largest fundraiser of the year, and when the November 2020 Gala was postponed, we weren’t sure what the future held, but, as St. Paul has done many times throughout this last year, we adapt and move forward. We are thrilled to announce the new date of Friday, May 7, 2021. This special evening will be broadcasted online to the comfort of your own home and will raise much-needed dollars to help fund important advancement efforts like classroom technology, academic, athletic, and fine arts programs, and financial aid for deserving students.

There are many ways to show your support! Visit our event website at the link below to purchase Sponsorships, Donate Items, and Reserve your tickets!

 

CLICK HERE TO VISIT EVENT PAGE

 

Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor!

 

For more information on this event, contact Shelley Mendoza smendoza@spchs.com.

Our last Forever Falcons Gala was held on November 2nd, 2019 at the Aqua Turf Club!  Our 2020 event had to be postponed due to Covid restrictions, so we are really excited to try on a virtual event for size and look forward to inviting all of our St. Paul friends and families to join us.  If there is one thing we have learned how to do well during this pandemic, it’s how to be flexible, so we are rolling with the punches and dreaming up a fantastic evening in support of St. Paul.
November 2019 Forever Falcons Gala
We especially want to congratulate our 2019 Circle of Honor inductees:
Dr. James Aseltine
Dr. Karen Matthews ’82 Leary
The 1980 Boys Soccer Championship Team
Thank you for your dedication to St. Paul!
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Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor!
This special evening bestows our highest honor, our Circle of Honor award, to deserving individuals, as well as helping to fund important advancement efforts like classroom technology, academic, athletic and fine arts programs, and financial aid for deserving students.

We invite you to join us for this spectacular evening recognizing and celebrating our Circle of Honor Recipients next year. Recipients are chosen because the spirit of St. Paul lives within these individuals and is proudly displayed through their dedicated service. Their continued support of our mission, values and dreams for the future truly make them Forever Falcons.

  • Showcase your business or family by becoming one of many sponsors available from $50 & up
  • Congratulate an honoree you know and love with an ad in our Program Book
  • Donate an item to our Live & Silent Auction or Raffle
  • Gather some friends and join us for a very special evening with dinner, dancing, live & silent auctions and more.

Visit www.spchs.com/foreverfalcons for more information on
becoming a sponsor, purchasing your tickets or making a donation.

 

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St. Paul Writing the College Essay 2021 – REGISTER HERE

St. Paul Writing the College Essay

St. Paul will be offering (in-person) our annual Writing the College Essay Workshop for rising Seniors taught by Mrs. Strycharz. The course will teach students how to respond to common college essay questions and will focus on developing student’s ideas into an effective piece of writing. Students will read and analyze sample college essays to discuss the positive and negative aspects of the sample writings. Students will receive one-on-one instructional time in order to edit and revise their college essay. Capacity is 26 students.

Writing the College Essay

Session #1 – Monday, June 21 – Friday, June 25 from 9:00 a.m. – noon
Session #2 – Monday, June 28 – Friday, July 2 from 9:00 a.m. – Noon
Grade 12* (Rising Seniors) • $75

*St. Paul students only.
Other students will be put on a wait list and will be notified the week prior to the session.

 

Register Here - Writing the College Essay 2021

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Sunday Evening News & Covid-19 Information and Updates – CLICK HERE

Sunday Evening News, COVID-19 Updates, Information and Resources

 

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St. Paul Catholic High School’s Reopening Plan – Fall 2020

St. Paul Catholic High School’s Reopening Plan – Fall 2020 was presented and approved by our School Board on July 28, 2020 and submitted to OEEC. It is being released to our school community to provide direction and answer some of the questions you may have as we focus on the new school year. Be assured that we will continue to communicate and update you frequently regarding the progress of our Reopening Plan through the remainder of the summer.

There are many variables and factors to be considered and much uncertainty as we move forward. Nevertheless, we are confident that St. Paul Catholic High School will persevere and continue to soar as we have done many times, when faced with adversity, throughout our 50+ year history.

Together, we will create an excellent educational and life experience that will surely be different but rewarding for our times. Let your face and heart light up … welcome back!

We are #stpaulstrong

Cary M. Dupont ‘72, President/Chief Administrator and Reverend Monsignor Gary F. Simeone, School Board Chair

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Alumni Golf Tournament Registration Open! – CLICK HERE

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE GOLF TOURNAMENT

The St. Paul Catholic Alumni Golf Tournament brings together alumni and friends of St. Paul to support our tuition assistance and scholarship programs. St. Paul dedicates a portion of the proceeds to The Sharon Mielcarz Scholarship Fund which honors the memory of our friend, teacher and administrator who was an integral part of our St. Paul family for 38 years.

Your participation as a sponsor, advertiser or player in this tournament will help raise much needed funds for those students who deserve a great Catholic education at the same time challenging their personal best in academics, athletics, fine arts, and service to others, as they prepare for the rigors of college and lifelong learning.

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St. Paul Senior, Krista Christmas Receives Award! CLICK HERE

On Wednesday morning, St. Paul student Krista Christmas ’21 was surprised on Good Morning America! The College Board honored 25 senior students from across the country on their hard work and determination.
At the end of the show, the College Board announced that they were awarding EACH student with a $40,000 college scholarship.
 
Join us in congratulating Krista in making her family and her St. Paul school community so proud.
 
St. Paul President, Cary Dupont ’72 says “she is a special student/person who has worked tirelessly academically and certainly deserves this honor”.
 
Watch the reactions of the 25 students:
 
Krista says, “Those interested in applying for this scholarship must complete all college planning steps in the scholarship’s program. Over the course of junior and senior year, build a college list, practice for the SAT, strengthen a college list, complete the FAFSA, and apply to colleges. It’s just such an amazing honor to be awarded this opportunity.”

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Service Opportunities – CLICK HERE

Join us as we give smiles to residents of Eldercare facilities!
The Romans House and the Senior Class will sponsor Mission Club’s initiative to provide brain games and fun activities for residents of Masonicare at Ashler Village in Wallingford, Ingraham Manor of Bristol and Jerome Home At Arbor Rose in New Britain. Anyone can donate, see Dr. Gnoza, Mrs. Glynn, Mrs. Kendrick, Sister Marie Benedict or Mrs. Zillich for more info.
Donations can be placed in the blue collection box outside the Main Office the week of April 12. We need 12 volunteers to sort and pack items for delivery on April 19.
You can help the elderly people in our towns who feel lonely and listless. Eldercare facilities and their residents were hit especially hard by the pandemic and these organizations can use our help to make their lives brighter.

St. Paul said in his letter to the Romans, “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves,” (Romans 12:10 NIV).

Join Mission Club, Romans House, and the Senior Class in making a difference to the elderly experiencing loneliness in nursing homes in and around towns in our SP community. Simply purchase items from the list below and bring them to school starting April 12.

HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN

STEP 1

Purchase items from the following list:

Playing cards
Card games
Board games (ones with large pieces only)
Adult and large print coloring books
Large-print novels or hidden-picture books
Large 300-piece (simple) puzzles
Art supplies (such as gel pens, colored pencils, crayons, construction paper, child-safe scissors
Large-print crossword, word searches, math or puzzle books
Simple craft kits
Small stuffed animals
Dove body wash or shampoo
Nail polish and remover
Large boxes of soft Kleenex
Note pads
Personal Handwritten notes of encouragement or kindness
Alzheimer’s fidget mats (homemade or purchased)

This is a specialty item but very much needed: Walker Bags (homemade or purchased) we need around 20 per residence.

STEP 2

Bring items to school and leave them in the box outside the main office starting April 12.

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Winter Sport Broadcast Information – CLICK HERE

Wondering how to watch St. Paul winter sports games?

 

Bristol Boys Swim Co-op
Boys Swimming CCC Tournament – Meriden vs Bristol Co-op – Tuesday, 3/23 at 5:00pm

https://vimeo.com/527427177

 

Boys Basketball
3/24/21 – 6:00pm The Boys Basketball Team will host Naugatuck HS @ 6:00pm in the Rev. Brian W. Monnerat Gymnasium for the next round of the NVL tournament.
Watch the broadcast on YouTube by clicking on this link — Free Stream: https://youtu.be/iBKEKnPz6o8 (all semifinal and championship games)
or by searching on YouTube for David Edward Therault Sports Media
St. Paul will also stream live on the NFHS Network.
A reminder that there will be no fans allowed at NVL Tournament games.
#gofalcons

 

St. Paul games taking place in the Rev. Brian Monnerat Gymnasium will stream live on the NFHS Network https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/.

Sign in and choose your subscription status.  The monthly registration fee is $10.99 and the annual subscription $69.99.

Once you have signed up you need to search for St. Paul Catholic High School and you will see our scheduled games listed by sport. You can watch games from your phone, any browser, and a number of streaming services (Apple TV, Roku, & Amazon Fire TV) also support the network.

Additional NVL schools that have the NFHS system in their gyms and stadium field are WATERTOWN, TORRINGTON, and NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOLS.

We are hopeful many parents, grandparents, and extended family members find this alternative option beneficial.

 

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Meals for Neighbors – March

March Collection – 3/8-3/14
It’s a little different collection this month, but our mission is the same!
It is simple, purchase items from the list below, package in gallon zip-top bags at home, and bring the assembled bags to school.
Donations can be placed in the blue collection box outside the Main Office starting 3/8 through 3/14.
Shopping List:
Socks, deodorant, hairbrush/comb, chapstick, baby wipes, band-aids, trail mix or granola bar (only soft), bottle water, toothbrush and toothpaste, tissues, mini-packs of disposable masks (10-count), 1-gallon zip top bag.
See Dr. Gnoza, Señora LeBron-Rojas, Sr. Marie Benedict or Mrs. Zillich for more information.

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