About St Paul’s

Pathways – Tertiary

St Paul’s students consistently achieve academic excellence.  Over 85% of students achieve their first or second preference for university entrance.

At St Paul’s, every student has the opportunity to pursue an ATAR and are supported through flexible learning arrangements, whether they are Year 8 students learning at a Year 10 level, or those striving to achieve their personal best.

Success story: Claire Morris, class of 2008

Claire graduated from St Paul’s in 2008 and has since completed undergraduate degrees in Economics and Law. She has worked at a large commercial law firm as a privacy and technology lawyer and is currently studying her Master of Laws at the London School of Economics and Political Science. While at St Paul’s, Claire received academic gold awards in biology and economics. She was also a member of the School’s Big Band and an excellent tennis player.

Success story: Max Vidler, class of 2018

Max graduated from St Paul’s in 2018 and was one of only 25 students across Australia to be selected for the prestigious Tuckwell Scholarship at the Australian National University in Canberra. Alongside his scholarship, Max is studying a double degree of Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics. While at St Paul’s Max was captain of the debating team and received academic gold awards in Ancient History, English, Legal Studies and Modern History. He also was in the School’s Strings Ensemble and was Dux of the School.

Where our students land

The career pathways St Paul’s students pursue are varied. From starting their own robotics companies, to working as fund managers in New York City, the tertiary possibilities for St Paul’s students are extensive.

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