Bus transportation is provided for free to Bristol residents by the Bristol Board of Education. Out-of-town bus service is available for $975 for the first child and $725 for each additional sibling and has regional stops in Cheshire, Hartford, Meriden, New Britain, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington, Thomaston, Torrington, and Winsted.
- 2022-2023 Bristol Bus Information
- 2022-2023 Out-of-Bristol Bus Contract
- 2022-2023 Out-of-Bristol Bus Routes (as of 9/1/22)
A reminder for students who use the Out-of-Town Bus: Please note, when there is a two-hour delay of school, the Out-of-Bristol buses start their run on a 90-minute delay schedule giving them a little extra time to get everyone safely to St. Paul. If you have questions any morning, you can contact the bus company at 860-584-2225. They will be able to tell you if the bus is on the way.
Uniform Ordering and Dress Code
St. Paul Catholic High School’s uniform is designed to reinforce neatness and conformity, which are both necessary for a successful educational environment. A student’s appearance should show a sense of pride at all times.
There are two places you can purchase school uniforms.
Dennis Uniform and Land’s End. St. Paul has a representative from each company and they will be able to help you with ordering what is needed.
For ordering information CLICK HERE.
Dress Code and Uniform Guidelines – cover letter and student handbook guidelines sent in the July 2022 mailer.
Approved Uniforms (photos of each piece from each uniform company) – shirts, skorts, pants, shorts, sweaters, etc.
Shoe Requirements – Boys
Shoe Requirement – Girls
For Step-by-Step instructions on how to sign up for FACTS Management CLICK HERE.
2022-2023 Student Handbook and Agreement for Students and Parents – Parents are expected to read and discuss with their child the updated Student Handbook. Print, sign and return the Agreement for Students and Parents by Friday, September 9.
Members of the senior class, with permission, can leave school after 6th period when he/she has last period free. Senior parent/guardian and student should fill out and bring to the main office. Senior Early Dismissal Form 2022-2023
Access Immunization Records
The public can now access their own immunization records from the state’s portal and print out an official document via:
Health Assessment Form
According to CT state law, as a requirement for entrance to Grade11, students are required to have a physical examination in either Grade 9 or 10. Juniors will not be allowed to attend school without a physical form on file. students who wish to participate in sports must have a sports physical done yearly and is valid for 13 months. Athletes will not be allowed to practice unless a current physical examination form is on file. The Bristol/Burlington Board of Health physical form is enclosed and can also be downloaded from the St. Paul website under the athletics tab and the parents tab.
Weekly Lunch Menu – Stella’s hot and cold lunches served everyday!
Student Information Sheet 2022-2023 – This student information sheets should be sent into the main office at the start of school and if there are any changes through the year. Emergency contact information is important for us to have to keep parents/guardians informed in case of an emergency or notice.
Game Travel Release Form
The St. Paul Athletic Department requires that all athletes travel to and from all athletic contests on the team bus. However, we do realize there maybe family emergencies and situations when an exception might need to be made. In this case, this permission form must be completed and handed into the coach AND athletic director at least 24 hours in advance of the game.
Financial Aid – FACTS
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.
Parish Affiliation Voucher
The policy of the Archdiocese states that the parishes of Catholic students in the Archdiocese of Hartford will pay to the high school an assessment for each student whose parent/guardian is actually registered in, actively participating in, and supporting the parish.
Fundraising Procedures and Form
Fundraising procedures are outlined in the form above. These procedures help to ensure that your event is not duplicated and receives the support it requires in terms of building space, publicity and participation. Please feel free to call the Advancement Office (860) 584-0911 x21 with any questions you may have.
SCRIP – Raiseright Program
The SCRIP program is an incredible way to support St. Paul Catholic High School and for you to earn discounts on your student tuition just by purchasing gift cards to pay for your everyday shopping, dining, vacations, and gifts.
Student Accident Insurance
St. Paul provides voluntary student accident insurance through Bollinger Specialty Group. If interested enrollment may be completed online at www.bollingerschools.com or download an application.
The health and well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors on our campus is of primary importance. With the start of school, it’s inevitable that our school community has experienced some positive cases of COVID-19. Recent guidance from the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) may be helpful in making personal decisions contributing to everyone’s good health:
- If you test POSITIVE for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status or symptoms isolate at home for at least five full days. Day 1 is the day after the onset of symptoms or a positive test, whichever comes first. You can return to school on Day 6 although if still testing positive or experiencing mild symptoms you are required to wear a mask indoors until Day 10.
- If you have mild symptoms, regardless of vaccination status with NO fever (> 100 F) and with NO household member or close contact with COVID-19, it is recommended that you test every day you are symptomatic. If you test negative, you can attend school although are encouraged to wear a mask.
- If you have mild symptoms, regardless of vaccination status and had a close contact or live with someone COVID-19 positive, stay home until symptoms resolve. If you have a fever, you must be fever free for 24 hours (without use of fever reducing medication) before returning to school. Again, we recommend testing every day while symptomatic.
- If you had a close contact or live with someone COVID-19 positive, regardless of vaccination status, with NO symptoms, you may attend school as long as not symptomatic. We recommend you separate from the positive person, test every day and wear a mask in school through five days after exposure.
COVID-19 testing kits are available for FREE in the health room. Any COVID-19 concerns or questions should be directed to Ann Marie Pahl, school health aide: email@example.com or my attention firstname.lastname@example.org.