St. Paul Toy Drive – CLICK HERE for Details

Bring JOY to kids in need!
This coming Monday, December 7th, St. Paul is collecting new unwrapped toys for the United Way of Central CT. They will hand out to children in need. Bring in a toy and get dress down that day!
Remote learners can drop off their donations in the large blue box that will be placed outside the front door of the school this afternoon through Monday!
Sponsored by Student Government!

 

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NEW and USED Textbooks Available

The St. Paul online textbook store for the 2020-2021 school year IS LIVE.

Make sure to have your schedule and course numbers for ease of searching. 

FAQs about ecampus? CLICK HERE

How do I order my textbooks from ecampus? CLICK HERE

Can I purchase from a ecampus.com marketplace? CLICK HERE

How do I access my bookshelf after purchasing my ebooks? CLICK HERE

ST. PAUL BOOKSTORE – USED BOOK INVENTORY

  • For a list of used books that St. Paul has in inventory – PLEASE CLICK HERE  – this is a list of used books we have in our inventory. You can purchase these books at a discounted cost. These books are used and are only hard copy books; therefore any access codes students may need are not included. You can visit spchs.etechcampus.com to check EACH COURSE NUMBER and see a list of EACH BOOK YOU WILL NEED for that course.
  • If a book you need is available on the inventory sheet- please email Melissa at mlindquist@spchs.com with your book selections. She will set up payment and a time to pick up the books.
  • If you do not find it on the inventory sheet you will have to purchase or rent from spchs.etechcampus.com or from another retailer.
  • Please note – the used books at St. Paul are on a first come first served purchase basis.
  • All used books purchased from St. Paul will be picked up by the family/student at a predetermined time set.

The Used Bookstore will not be open at the school as it has been in the past!

 

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Thank you for your Gift to our Annual Falcon Fund – CLICK HERE

Thank you from all the St. Paul students, faculty, and administration for your gift to the 2019-2020 Annual Falcon Fund!

We are feverishly working on getting our Fall student schedules together, getting plans together on reopening safely, and getting anxiously awaiting everyone to be back on campus!

If you are interested in making a gift to our Annual Falcon Fund for 2020-2021, please contact our Advancement Office at advancement@spchs.com.

 

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Annual Falcon Fund – CLICK HERE

The Annual Falcon Fund enables St. Paul to enhance programs in the fine arts, science, athletics, computers, and technology. Because tuition alone does not cover all education costs, the gap between tuition and the cost to educate a student is filled each year by our community’s collective contributions of tax-deductible, unrestricted gifts to our Annual Falcon Fund.
That being said, in March our students began logging online from their “home classrooms” going where St. Paul Catholic High School has never gone before! Although not the same as in-person instruction, our distance learning provided students the opportunity to interact every day with their classmates and teachers. We are proud of our faculty and inspired by the engagement of our students. With donations to our Annual Falcon Fund over the years, we upgraded our technology and implemented the 1:1 iPad program and St. Paul was ready for online learning within days. See the video below of faculty and students sharing their experiences about distance learning through the pandemic.

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW VIDEO
At this time, every gift we receive will be designated to providing needed tuition assistance for deserving students, especially for those families facing financial hardships as a result of this unexpected pandemic.

 

With your help, we will be ready to continue educating our students when we return to campus. Throughout our long 50+ year history, St. Paul has faced many challenges and every time we have prevailed together. Our core values of faith, character, community, excellence, and service keep us grounded as we continue to be a great Catholic high school.

 

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Distance Learning Projects

Señora LeBron-Rojas’ Spanish III class was asked to create a visual with descriptions in Spanish as to what each of the students have been doing during the quarantine. Students were to use correct grammar and tenses while writing descriptions.

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Class of 2020 College Decision Day

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020: Although most colleges have pushed out their deposit deadlines, many Seniors made their choice by College Decision Day, traditionally on May 1. A preliminary listing of those colleges that the Class of 2020 will attend in the Fall of 2020 include:

PHOTOS OF COLLEGE DECISION DAY WILL BE POSTED SOON!

American International College, Assumption College, Bentley University, Boston College, Canisius College, Catholic University of America, College of the Holy Cross, College of William & Mary, Central Connecticut State University, Curry College, Eastern Connecticut State University, Emmanuel College, Fairfield University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Fordham University, Franciscan University Steubenville, Hofstra University, Howard University, Industrial Management & Training Institute, King’s College, Liberty University, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Middlesex Community College, Pasco-Hernando State College, Post University, Providence College, Quinnipiac University, Rhode Island College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Roanoke College, Roger Williams University, Saint Anselm College, Salve Regina University, Southern Connecticut State University, Southern New Hampshire University, Springfield College, Stonehill College, Syracuse University, Temple University, University of Connecticut, University of Hartford, University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of New England, University of New Hampshire, University of New Haven, University of Rhode Island, University of Southern California, University in South Korea, University of St. Joseph, University of Tampa, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Wesleyan University, Western New England University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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