St Patrick’s Silverstream was founded in 1931 by the Society of Mary and is a State Integrated Catholic Boys School set on 7 hectares of land in the beautiful Hutt Valley.
We pride ourselves on creating good Marist Men ready to take their place in the world. We support our students to live their values every day and seek always to be the best versions of the person God created them to be across all areas, spiritual, academic, cultural and sports.
We warmly welcome our families to our school and look forward to getting to know you as we work together to support your students in their education.
Our values are as follows:
Whakapono / Faith / Fa’atuatua
We believe in a God who loves and cares for us and as a community we are guided by gospel values to live an authentic Christian life.
Kotahitanga / Unity / Tutu Fa’atasi
We support everyone in our community to belong and we come together in the good times and the tough times.
Manaakitanga / Support / Lagolago
We are respectful, tolerant, compassionate and encouraging to all, and we walk alongside others - particularly those in need.
Hautoa / Courage / Loto tele
We have the courage to strive for success, to be honest, to be ourselves and to stand up for what is right and good.
Ngākau pāpaku / Humility / Loto maualalo
We are kind, patient, forgiving, and treat others as we would like to be treated. We honestly accept who we are - our gifts, our strengths and our weaknesses.
Learn more about the various faculties that make up St Patrick's Silverstream.
At Silverstream, we have a long and proud history when it comes to sports. Learn more here.
The Performing Arts are a vibrant and ever growing part of school life here at St Patrick’s Silverstream.
Silverstream students have the opportunity to get involved in a myriad of academic and cultural activities and groups during their time here.
Learn more about the curriculum we teach here at Silverstream on our external Curriculum website.
Our annual magazine, Blue & White, has been published since 1931. Visit our magazine archives.