St Paul's College, Kempsey

St Paul's College, Kempsey

St Paul

The establishment of St Paul's College Kempsey in 1965 completed 30 years of planning. St Paul's commenced classes on 8 February 1965 with 87 boys from classes 5, 6 and 1st form. In 1968 the school was established for students from Year 5 to fourth form.

In 1973 St Pius X Regional High School was built on the eastern side of the St Paul's site. The two schools were administered separately but shared a library and other facilities. In 1980 the two schools were amalgamated and became Macleay Regional Catholic High School and the motto "Let Your Light Shine" was established. In 1985 the name was reverted to the original St Paul's, but the motto of MRCHS was retained.

1991 marked the first Year 11 students and in 2000 the first four stream Year 7 class began.

制服介紹 | Uniform Intro

校園 | Campus