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Education for Life St. Paul’s is Winnipeg’s only Catholic, Jesuit high school dedicated to educating Men for Others. St. Paul’s strives for academic excellence and the growth of the whole person, preparing young men for post-secondary education and subsequent leadership in the community. A St. Paul’s education is enhanced by strong extra-curricular programs combined with exceptional personal development and faith formation.

What makes Jesuit education different? St. Paul’s High School is western Canada’s only Jesuit high school and is part of the Jesuit Schools Network consisting of over 60 high schools and 30 universities and colleges across North America and an additional 300 schools and universities worldwide. Jesuit schools are infused with a five-century old tradition and philosophy of education established by St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. When the Jesuits opened their first school in Messina, Italy in 1548, they revolutionized the educational model by combining the two educational systems of the time: the medieval university model, where students studied law, science, math, philosophy and theology and the Renaissance humanistic academy, which focused on Greek and Latin poetry, drama, oratory and history. The Jesuit model of education constituted the largest system of education before the modern public school system and was the first truly international one. Today, St. Paul’s provides our students with a safe and nurturing environment within which they can grow into young adulthood with a clearer sense of who they are and how they can relate to the world around them in a positive and effective way. The enriched and challenging academic program, the engaging and intensive spiritual and religious formation, and the great variety of athletic, cultural, artistic and intellectual activities are all intended to address the developmental needs of young men as they progress through their formative years. That’s why at St. Paul’s we speak more about formation than education because it’s about helping young men grow holistically. This commitment to total formation of the body, mind and spirit is a trademark of a Jesuit education. Coupled with a mission of helping those in need, Jesuit education is so often said to produce “Men for Others.”

Intellectually Competent



“The measure of a Jesuit education is not what our students do, but what they become.” - Very Rev. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., Superior General of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), 1983-2008

Open to Growth

Faculty and staff at St. Paul’s High School are committed and dedicated to the formation, success and well-being of our students. In order to best serve the needs of our students in an ever changing world, faculty and staff participate in frequent and comprehensive professional development across all disciplines. Our faculty and staff regularly participate in conferences, workshops and seminars, both locally and with our brother and sister schools across North America, to collaborate and develop enhanced teaching methods, techniques and best practices to address the needs of a contemporary education.

Committed to Justice

Enhanced University Preparation 97% of graduates continue to post-secondary education

13:1 student/teacher ratio

24: Average class size

Over $250,000 in scholarships were awarded to the Class of 2018

Seven St. Paul’s students have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships

Central to the mission of St. Paul’s High School is the preparation of young men for post-secondary studies and subsequent leadership in the community. As a Jesuit, Catholic school, St. Paul’s aims at academic excellence and the growth of the whole person by challenging our students with a well-rounded academic program and a wide variety of extra and co-curricular activities designed to facilitate healthy spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development. As such, our curriculum has been developed in a way that stimulates our students’ imagination and desire to learn, encourages them to make positive and meaningful decisions and provides the groundwork that promotes life long learning. To ensure our students have the support and guidance necessary to make informed decisions, and that they are able to achieve their highest potential, every student is partnered with a guidance counsellor for the duration of their time at the school. Students receive individualized care in order to develop positive study habits, select appropriate courses, examine future career opportunities and select the right university or college. More importantly perhaps, guidance counsellors offer a confidental and nurturing environment in which students can discuss issues important to them. The school meets and exceeds, through enrichment of content, the requirements of the Manitoba Provincial High School curriculum. With over 60 elective courses available, students have the flexibility and opportunity to explore subjects that not only interest them but also prepare them for the next step in their education. Students can also choose from Advanced Placement courses in Mathematics, Language Arts, French and Physics. Since 1997, seven St. Paul’s students have received the University of Manitoba Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship, one of the most prestigious entrance scholarships offered by the University of Manitoba. Approximately 97% of our students continue to post-secondary education at institutions across Canada, the United States and internationally. Schools to which St. Paul’s students have matriculated over the past few years include: Acadia University, University of Alberta, Bishop’s University, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of California Berkley, Canadian Mennonite University, Carleton University, Cornell University, Jamestown College, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Loyola Marymount University, University of Manitoba, McGill University, Georgetown University, Mid-Ocean School of Media Arts, University of Minnesota, Mississippi Southern University, University of New Brunswick, North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota Providence College, Wharton School (U of Penn), Queen’s University, Red River College, St. Cloud State University, St. Mary’s University, Vancouver Island University, University of Victoria, University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario, University of Winnipeg, University of Southern California and the University of Texas.

Religious Studies The Religion Department at St. Paul’s High School seeks to assist each young man in the development of his spiritual and intellectual life. Students are asked to encounter the deepest questions about God, themselves and Creation, taking courses in Catholic history and practice, Scripture, Social Justice, and World Religions, as well as a number of senior level options that range from the Spiritual Exercises, Theology & Film, and History of Philosophy, to Stewardship and The Mystery of Evil. Rooted in the Catholic and Jesuit traditions, the department strives to cultivate a climate in which personal faith can grow through investigation and conversation. Students of any and all faith backgrounds are welcome at St. Paul’s. We believe the diversity of the student body enriches both our shared journeys and our personal stories. The Religion curriculum is designed to heighten the student’s awareness of the primacy of his relationship with God. Ignatian in character, the classes offered by the department seek to inculcate a habit of finding God in all things and living a life of commitment to faith, while seeking to foster global awareness regarding issues of justice. The work of each class is to stretch the minds and hearts of our students and in doing so challenge them to live at that junction of faith and understanding that undergirds the tradition of the Church.

Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 Religious Studies Grade 10 Religion Grade 11 World of Religions Grade 12 Religion Spiritual Excercises Theology in Film History of Philosphy Mystery of Evil Freshman Retreat Leadership Extended Christian Service Ethics Social Justice


Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 English Language Arts

St. Paul’s High School prepares students to live in an increasingly global and multicultural world by offering culturally enriching programs in English Language Arts and French with both regular and Advanced Placement levels.


Designed to prepare them for post-secondary education and the years beyond, students follow a four-year English Language Arts program that emphasizes reading, writing, speech, debate and critical thinking. A wide variety of literature will be explored, including Canadian Literature, British Literature, American Literature and International Literature. The study of poetry, novels, dramas and non-fiction will help students enhance their intellectual, emotional and spiritual development. Writing with clarity, precision and passion is a major goal of the program. Research skills are taught along with writing skills and the mechanics of language. The English department is committed to excellence, understanding, social justice and personal growth.

Grade 10

The French Department prepares students to live in a bilingual Canada, as well as a global, multilingual world by offering an academically rigorous and culturally enriching French program in both regular and Advanced Placement. The faculty teaches to all four fundamental communication skills: reading, writing, listening, and most importantly, speaking, using a variety of sources and forms of comprehensible input in the French language. In the first two years of study, students acquire a broad range of practical vocabulary, knowledge of basic grammar structures and an introduction to the French culture. In the upper level courses, practical daily vocabulary is strengthened, idiomatic structures are introduced, advanced grammar is covered in depth and the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking are emphasized.

Advanced French

English Language Arts Understanding Mass Media French Advanced French Grade 11 English AP English Film Studies French Advanced French Grade 12 English Literary Focus AP English Comprehensive Focus Language and Transactional Forms Language and Literary Forms French AP French Language and Culture


Mathematics The Mathematics Department at St. Paul’s is designed to provide a wide range of program opportunities in Mathematics. The goal is to fulfill the needs of students of varying mathematical abilities. We challenge students with a demanding, rewarding and relevant mathematical education. Overall, there are six programs that exist: 1. The Grade 9 Program 2. The Grade 10 Program 3. The Applied Program 4. The Essentials Program 5. The Pre-Calculus Program 6. Advanced Placement Calculus The grade 9 year is seen as a year of formation with specialization starting in grade 10 through grade 12. The formational grade 9 year provides the opportunity to solidify students’ understanding and skills and prepare them for their next three years of Mathematics. This process assists in providing guidance for students’ future involvement in programs geared towards their mathematical ability and aptitude. Through our curriculum, we aim to develop an understanding and appreciation of the importance of Mathematics in our daily lives. We want to create confident, effective and creative problem solvers. We expect our students to be proficient in the mathematical skills required for post-secondary studies. The implementation of the graphing calculators at the grade 10 level will enhance their abilities to meet the demands in our current society and enhance their effectiveness and abilities to adapt to the increasing demands of the workplace.

Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 Mathematics Grade 10 Mathematics Introduction to Applied & Pre-Calculus Mathematics Essential Mathematics Grade 11 Mathematics Pre-Calculus Mathematics Applied Mathematics Essential Mathematics AP Calculus* Grade 12 Mathematics Pre-Calculus Mathematics Applied Mathematics Essential Mathematics AP Calculus*

* requires co/pre-requisite


Required Course

Physical Education

Elective Course

Grade 9 Physical Education

St. Paul’s High School’s Physical Education Department is based on the Jesuit principle of cura personalis, the care and concern for the individual. The Physical Education curriculum provides a wide range of courses and activities to promote wellness of the mind and body so that all students may find an activity that interests them.

Grade 10 Physical Education

The goal of our Physical Education classes is to improve levels of fitness by incorporating the components of fitness including cardio-respiratory health, muscular strength and endurance, as well as flexibility and nutrition.

Grade 11

All Physical Education courses educate students about health related fitness as it pertains to life-long fitness. We incorporate community/team building, building confidence and proper safety techniques in all our programs. Our classes offer a wide variety of activities to keep all students active. The Health curriculum focuses on the physical, social, and mental/emotional areas of health.

Grade 12

Physical & Health Education

Physical & Health Education



Rugby Grade 9 Junior Varsity Varsity

Basketball Grade 9 Junior Varsity Varsity

Soccer Indoor Outdoor

Cross Country Junior Varsity Varsity

Track and Field Junior Varsity Varsity


Football Junior Varsity AA AAA

Ultimate Frisbee

Volleyball Beach Grade 9 Junior Varsity Varsity



Hockey Varsity A Varsity B

State-of-the-Art Weight Training Facilities

Sciences The Science Department at St. Paul’s offers a variety of courses in both pure and applied science. The department’s goal is to prepare our students with a solid background in scientific literacy that will help them to be informed global citizens in their future and to have a strong core knowledge base and the skills that are necessary to be successful in a university setting. All students are required to take a general science course at both the grade 9 and grade 10 levels. Each course is composed of four units, one from each of the four major scientific disciplines – chemistry, biology, physics and earth/space science. Emphasis is placed on the history and development of scientific thought so that students will be able to apply what they learn to analyze issues they will encounter in the world outside the classroom. The computer courses in these grades teach students a wide variety of computer based skills that will allow them to both ethically and creatively integrate technology use in all aspects of their school life. Grades 11 and 12 offer students the opportunity to specialize in the study of chemistry, biology and/or physics, building on the foundations learned in earlier grades. Each course also offers several hands-on scientific experiences with emphasis being placed on designing, conducting and analyzing the results of laboratory activities. Also offered are Computer Science courses which provide an in-depth analysis of computer hardware and programming skills. Students are challenged to go above and beyond what is mandated by the Manitoba curriculum in each of their senior science courses.

Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 Science Applying Information & Communication Technology Grade 10 Science Digital Film making 25S/Web Design Grade 11 Biology Chemistry Physics AP Physics 1 Computer Science Grade 12 Biology Chemistry * Physics* AP Physics 2* Computer Science* * requires pre-requisite

Social Studies At St. Paul’s High School, a school in the Jesuit tradition, the holistic education offered includes a Social Studies curriculum with core courses investigating Canadian and world history and as well many opportunities to explore contemporary issues. These courses will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to become responsible and engaged citizens of Canada and the world. The primary purpose of Social Studies is to help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an inter-dependent world.

Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 Social Studies Classical Studies Grade 10 Geography American History Grade 11

People are the domain of social studies, people as nearby as family and as far away as those who live in the most distant nations, people living now, those who lived long ago, and those who will live in the future. Social Studies creates active citizens, as our students use the knowledge they have acquired and the processes they have mastered to make communities, the nation, and the world better places for the people around them.

History of Canada

Courses in Social Studies will also help students improve their reading, writing, speaking and researching skills to enable greater success in their university studies. Each Social Studies course will challenge students with a variety of group and individual work, research projects, along with opportunities for both group and individual presentations. Social Studies at St. Paul’s High School promotes reading at the evaluation, synthesis, analysis and interpretation levels, and critical thinking skills through writing and analysis.

Grade 12

History (Western Civilization) Current Topics in First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies Law

Career Development History (Western Civilization) Geography Global Issues Current Topics in First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies Psychology Law Economics

Visual & Performing Arts

Required Course

Elective Course

Grade 9 Visual Arts

Since founding their first school in Messina in 1548, Jesuit schools have been known for their Visual and Performing Arts Programs. It has always been a belief of the Jesuits that it was important to educate the whole person.

Introductory Band

The St. Paul’s Visual Art Program offers a unique hands-on studio experience in which students are presented with projects that are designed to allow them to be expressive. Rather than working towards a common right answer, students are encouraged to explore many options, and think critically to find a personal solution. Students are challenged to explore and develop competence using different forms of media, to develop skills in problem solving and to gain a greater appreciation of art. For students that wish to pursue additional studies in an art related career they will be provided with guidance in developing a portfolio. Visual Art students will gain a greater understanding about themselves and their world, and in the process, develop skills, techniques, and an appreciation of art that they will apply throughout their lives.

Choral Music

The St. Paul’s High School Choral and Instrumental Music Programs are performance focused and seek to develop each student’s technical, musical and ensemble skills. The Crusader Choir, Introductory Concert Band, Grade 9/10 Concert Band, Grade 11/12 Concert Band and Senior & Junior Jazz Bands perform annually at the Advent Concert held in December and the Spring Concert held in May. The Crusader Choir prepares a varied repertoire including sacred and secular songs. The concert bands explore and prepare a wide variety of music such as traditional concert band repertoire and arrangements of symphonic repertoire, musicals, movie soundtracks and popular music. The jazz ensembles explore and prepare a selection of jazz music from various genres such as swing, blues, funk, AfroCuban, Afro-Brazilian and popular music.

Concert Band

(Extra Credit Course)

Junior Jazz Ensemble

(Extra Credit Course)

(Extra Credit Course)

Grade 10 Visual Arts Concert Band

(Extra Credit Course)

Junior Jazz Ensemble*

(Extra Credit Course)

Senior Jazz Ensemble

(Extra Credit Course)

Music Choral


(Extra Credit Course)

Grade 11 Visual Arts Concert Band

(Extra Credit Course)

Junior Jazz Ensemble* Senior Jazz Ensemble Vocal Jazz*

(Extra Credit Course) (Extra Credit Course)

(Extra Credit Course)

Grade 12 Visual Arts Concert Band

(Extra Credit Course)

Junior Jazz Ensemble*

(Extra Credit Course)

Senior Jazz Ensemble*

(Extra Credit Course)

Vocal Jazz

(Extra Credit Course)

* requires co/pre-requisite

Extra-Curricular Activities St. Paul’s High School offers a great variety of clubs whose purpose is to appeal to the varied interests of the student body. The clubs and activities allow students to complement their academic endeavors with extra-curricular programs that suit their interests and to form meaningful friendships with their peers and teachers. Book Club Books are selected based on the club’s preferences and meets 1 - 2 times a month to discuss what they’ve read. Card Club Challenge your friends to various card games over the lunch hour. Chess Club Chess fans can square off against schoolmates over the lunch hour. Creative Writing Students with a flair for writing can meet with their peers and a moderator to attempt new writing forms. Debating St. Paul’s offers both Junior and Senior Debate Programs where students face off with each other and students from other schools. Dramatic Society The Dramatic Society has been producing plays since the 1930’s. The Dramatic Society offers two productions each school year, taking place in the fall and spring. The fall offering has traditionally been a full length play whereas the spring production is usually a dinner theatre.

Human Rights Initiative A safe place for students to discuss issues related to discrimination, inequality and bullying. The goal is to make St. Paul’s a more loving, safe and compassionate place.

Robotics This group is designed for students who are interested in designing, building and testing robots with the ultimate goal of competing in the Manitoba Robotic Games.

Maker Space This club is designed to make fun uses out of technology. Students can discover ways to use such things as 3D printers, arduino, robots and green screens.

Stage Crew Students are responsible for set design and construction as well as production design for our drama productions.

Maroon and White Society Members are nominated to this group and act as school representatives at events, amongst other things, and help raise awarness and funds for the less fortunate. Mass Choir Members in this program lead our community in song during our school masses. Muslim Prayer Group Every Friday, the Muslim students at St. Paul’s gather to do their Friday prayer, known as the Salatul Jumuaa. Reach for the Top Students have the opportunity to display and refine their academic and general knowledge skills and to participate in quiz matches against other schools’ teams.

Student Council St. Paul’s has a vibrant student government whose mission it is to be a voice of the student body and to organize a variety of events through the school year. Student Newspaper The school newspaper is called The Crusader and is published several times a year. It offers students an opportunity to develop journalistic, artistic and general layout skills. It also serves as a public forum for issues of interest to the student body. Yearbook Members of the yearbook team help take photographs, write stories, produce artwork and layout the book as a testament and celebration of the past school year.

Personal Development Travel Opportunities Students have many opportunities to travel over the course of their education at St. Paul’s High School. Typically, a spring break trip is organized based on either student demand, areas of the world of great interest or to support concepts covered in class. These trips are open to all students who wish to participate. Previous spring break trip destinations include Spain, France, Italy, Greece, England, Ireland, Japan and Peru. In addition, several classes, programs or teams may organize trips to compliment the curiculum. Examples of these trips include the Choir trip to New York City, the Basketball trip to California, the Rugby trip to South Africa, the Art and Band trip to Chicago, Hockey trips to Anaheim and Ottawa, Arts trip to New York City, Soccer trip to Italy, Austria and Germany and many more!

Service Missions Another unique travel opportunity exists through our service mission trips. For over nine years, St. Paul’s High School has travelled to various regions in El Salvador to complete mission work in communities desperately in need. This rewarding, and life changing experience takes place in July and sees St. Paul’s students and teachers working alongside locals in friendship and solidarity. St. Paul’s student have sucessfully helped pave roads, install corn mills, repair roofs and floors, construct tilapia farms amongst other things. “The people of El Salvador have shared with me that the meaning of life isn’t to necessarily be looking for bigger and better things all the time, but to stop, look around, and be grateful for what I have.” - Project El Salvador 2016 participant

Retreat Programs Students in each grade have the opportunity to participate in a variety of retreat programs. Below are two notable retreats that students will encounter over their time at St. Paul’s. Freshman Retreat: This retreat is based on a program that has been used in Jesuit schools across the United States for decades. It is designed to give grade 9 students an opportunity to grow more comfortable as members of the high school community, to make new friends and to develop a sense of their importance as Crusaders. The retreat is planned and led by senior students. Kairos: In their grade 11 or grade 12 year, students have the opportunity to participate in the Kairos retreat program. It is a four-day experience of community where the student learns more about himself, about others and about God. Kairos is a significant and sometimes life-changing experience for many participants, often proving to be pivotal in students’ spiritual and social development.

Christian Service Program Christian Service is a volunteer program that operates as a component of our religion courses at the grade 10 and grade 11 levels. One of the goals of St. Paul’s is to encourage the value of service by our students in the greater community. Our ideal graduate will see volunteer service as an important part of his life after graduation. The school also encourages students to apply Christian values of service in the real world and to reflect on this service. Each year, St. Paul’s students contribute over 12,000 hours of service in the community.


Tuition & Financial Aid The bursary fund is an essential aspect of a Jesuit education ensuring accessibility to all qualified applicants. Therefore it is our policy that:

No student who is successful in the admissions process will be refused entry due to an inability to pay tuition. The cost of educating a student at St. Paul’s High School is in excess of $15,000 per year. This cost is comprised of tuition, a per student government grant and various fundraising efforts. Tuition for the current academic year is $8,700. The tuition fee for the upcoming school year will depend on the amount of the government grant and the success of various fundraising efforts. Tuition is set, traditionally, in mid-March by our Board of Directors. International students are charged the full cost of educating a student at St. Paul’s High School. There are three payment options for tuition: • Prompt Payment • Monthly Payments • Financial Aid/Bursary Assistance Full and partial bursaries are available to any student, based on financial need, as determined by our Bursary Committee. The bursary application process begins after the student has been accepted into the school. St. Paul’s does not offer entrance scholarships; bursaries exist only to meet the needs of families who demonstrate a financial need. Our Bursary Committee reviews all bursary applications and all information provided to St. Paul’s High School is kept in the strictest confidence. For additional information, contact the President, Mr. Kevin Booth ‘78 at (204) 831-2304.

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Community St. Paul’s High School is truly a diverse community with close to 600 young men attending from all around Winnipeg. Our student body comes from over 55 different postal codes in and around Winnipeg and from over 60 different junior high schools. The result is an ethnically, racially, spiritually and socially diverse campus where tolerance and understanding is not only encouraged, it is celebrated. Our students have a greater understanding of the world around them and the diverse fabric that makes up our community, city, province, county and world. St. Paul’s High School is a community in the true sense of the word, with various groups and stakeholders participating to ensure the successful realization of a well rounded education. Alumni, teachers and staff, and friends of the school all contribute to making school life at St. Paul’s so vibrant. Perhaps none more so than our parents, who are involved in every aspect of our students’ education. From at-home support to volunteering during the lunch hour at the Crusader Shoppe, our parents help to create a supportive learning environment.

Parent Guild

Fundraising plays an important role in the financial well-being of the school. As government contributions cover less than half of the educational costs of a student at St. Paul’s, it falls upon the school, parents (through tuition and fundraising), and our generous benefactors to assist with the extra-curricular needs of our students. Our annual giving program is our primary fundraiser with a focus on the Adopt-a-Student and Bursary programs. Our Crusader Raffle is another important fundraiser and involves student participation. We encourage all members of our community to give generously where they can. The success of the school’s effort to advance its mission and vision depends on the generosity of all community members including current parents. Our expectation is that all parents will participate in these fundraising ventures with either the gift of their time or financial resources, in every respect according to their means.

Parents for Others

Our Campus Since 1926, St. Paul’s High School has constantly evolved to meet the needs of its students and families both for current, and where possible, for future generations while honouring its alumni and traditions. As times change and cultural norms become expectations; so must the school change if it is to continue to capture the imagination of high school boys and provide for them a Jesuit education. It is, therefore, not only our goal but also our responsibility to respond directly to those changes in a discerned and reflective way. The goal of any learning institution is to provide its people with what is true as well as what is current. The Jesuit term for continually improving upon discerned choices is magis—a Latin term literally meaning “the more.” Each of the major projects taken on by St. Paul’s in the past has moved those attending and staffing the school by responding to a reading of the signs of the times. In 1963, after two previous locations on Ellice Ave and Selkirk Ave respectively, St. Paul’s High School opened its current facility at 2200 Grant Ave in the emerging Tuxedo neighbourhood. Since then, the school has undergone several capital improvments, both in the form of upgrading existing space as well as expanding the facility to meet the needs of stakeholders. The current campus has over 33,000 sq. ft. of classroom space, a chapel, multi-purpose space known as Murray Hall as well as four computer labs - one that uses iMacs exclusively. The Fr. Holland S.J. Learning Centre, at the centre of the campus, houses a computer lab, a study hall and a library. Our library contains over 13,000 book and video titles, over 15,000 e-books, 45 periodical subscriptions as well as Apple iPads and Amazon Kindles for student use. The Angus Reid Arts & Multimedia Centre, constructed in 2000, boasts an 1,800 sq. ft. music room, art studio, additional classrooms, cafeteria, Crusader Shoppe and Crusader locker room. The school is proud to offer extensive athletic and weight training space in both the Eddie Cass and Richardson Gymnasia. Opened in the fall of 2013, the Paul Albrechtsen MultiPlex offers a regulation basketball/volleyball court that can be divided into two smaller courts, seating for 800 as well as a state-of-the-art fitness and weight training facilities and athletic therapy centre. The south campus (pictured above) has over five acres of field space, including Connolly and Alumni Fields, which are dedicated to various school athletics and physical education classes. A virtual campus tour is available online through Google Maps by searching “St. Paul’s High School Winnipeg, MB” and by clicking “See Inside”.





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Main Entrance Monaghan Wing Murray Hall Angus Reid Arts & Multimedia Centre Eddie Cass Gym Paul Albrechtsen MultiPlex & Richardson Gym Connolly Field Student Parking and Entrance Alumni Field

Alumni St. Paul’s High School has a rich mosaic of over 10,000 alumni that have become community leaders, successful business owners and professionals around the world. No matter the graduating year, St. Paul’s High School alumni share a common bond and experience that connects them and builds lasting friendships. Our flourishing alumni community is evident by the number of alumni who support alumni events and who support the school in its mission and vision through their financial contributions. St. Paul’s relies upon the generous support of alumni to allow the school to grow and maintain enrollment, expand and initiate academic, spiritual and athletic programs, and develop our physical facilities. We are grateful to our alumni, their Jesuit brothers and to all faculty and staff who have come and gone before us. The tradition of excellence that they nurtured and promoted at the school is a living legacy for the faculty and staff, and for all current and future Crusaders. Below are examples of the broad scope of engagement of some of our alumni and their various professions around the world.

Reg Alcock ’66 Former Federal Cabinet Minister

George Goulet ’51 Best selling Métis author

John Packer ’78 Human Rights Advisor to the United Nations

DJ Lalama ‘11 Linebacker, Montreal Alouettes

Dr. Peter MacDonald ’76 Head Physician, Winnipeg Jets, National Hockey League Head Orthopaedic Surgeon

Fr. John Pungente, SJ ’58 Jesuit Author and Media Literacy Expert Host of “Beyond the Screen”

Michael Mahon ’77 President, University of Lethbridge

Angus Reid ’65 Chairman of the Angus Reid Institute, Founder and CEO of the Angus Reid Group/Ipsos Reid

Mark Chipman ’78 Executive Chairman of the Winnipeg Jets Gary Doer ’66 Former Premier of Manitoba and Canadian Ambassador to the United States Robert Donner ’81 Microsoft programmer and creator of the game Minesweeper John Ferguson Jr. ’85 Former General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs

Paul Mahon ’81 President and CEO, Great West Lifeco Inc Carmine Militano ’76 Award winning poet Darcy Oake ’05 Professional Illusionist and Britain’s Got Talent contestant

Paul Soubry ’80 President and CEO, New Flyer Industries Daniel Woolf ’76 President, Queen’s University The Honourable Glenn Joyal ‘78 Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench


Michael Catanese ’13

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