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Founded in 1966 by the Archdiocese of Hartford, St. Paul Catholic is a co-educational, college preparatory school regionally located in Bristol, Connecticut on twenty-seven acres.

St. Paul opened its doors in September of 1966 to its first freshmen class.

The Reverend Edmund O'Brien was the founding principal, with the Sisters of St. Joseph serving as faculty. Within a few months, St. Paul celebrated the completion of the school, including a new gymnasium and auditorium.

Today, St. Paul Catholic High School has educated, nurtured, and prepared more than 6,000 students to meet the challenges of college and their career options. The traditional values that are taught at St. Paul last a lifetime.

 


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