St Paul’s College KEMPSEY
New South Wales, Australia
About St Paul’s College KEMPSEY
St Paul's College is a Catholic co-educational systemic school located in West Kempsey in the Macleay Valley of NSW, and caters for students from Year 7 to Year 12.
Established in 1980, the school was originally two separate high schools which merged together to form what was then called Macleay Regional Catholic High School. In 1985 the name changed for the last time to what it is known as today.
The school's campus features modern buildings with modern interiors that includes specialised science labs, food technology facilities, metal and timber work rooms, new visual arts studios, a drama hall and dedicated agriculture and IT rooms. Students also have online access to the school's interactive Chisholm Library that provides helpful information of what's going on in the classroom and the whole school.
In the early years at St Paul's, the students curriculum is centrally focused arounds key subjects such as Maths, English, Health and Sciences. Specialised electives are then offered to the older students to further develop their skills. These include; Multimedia Studies, Agriculture, Food Technology, Textiles, Timber, Metal and Languages. Religious Education and faith development is central to the students at St Paul's, with every student taking an active role in the subject throughout all years.
St Paul's adopts the motto "Let Your Light Shine". They aim is to provide a caring, Catholic environment that fosters the growth of its students, promoting qualities of self-discipline, tolerance and co-operation with the intention of enabling them to become an integral part of the Church and society.