The report is the first St. Paul's will be subject to for 5 years under the settlement agreement it reached in 2018 with prosecutors over decades-long allegations of sexual misconduct on campus.
The report covers the first 6 months of 2019.
It found 25 reportable incidents involving St Paul's students, on and off campus.
Those ranged from non-consensual sex to physical assault and theft.
Per the terms of the settlement, these incidents were reported to authorities including Concord police, the attorney general and the New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth and Families.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald says the first report, filed by an independent overseer, delivers on the terms laid out in the settlement, and "brings unparalleled transparency that will lead to improvements aimed at student welfare and safety."
Among other things, the report recommends St. Paul's improve the reporting protocols it uses for its advanced studies program, the summer session it runs for student from New Hampshire public and parochial schools.