Prepare for life

Not just for high school


Your child's education starts here.

Our mission is bold and clear. Like other schools, we have excellent academic programs, outstanding facilities, invested parents, and dedicated teachers. But, we also have distinctive qualities. We are committed to character education, and we gather daily in chapel to celebrate and affirm the importance of community.  

We don’t simply post inspirational banners around the school.  Chapel, character education, and community are the defining characteristics of our culture.    

The St. Paul's Story


With Us

Head of School Blog

List of 3 news stories.

  • Party On!

    We value chapel. As an Episcopal school, we seek to awaken and instill spiritual values through daily chapel services.  On our updated website, we posted a piece, “Why Choose an Episcopal School?”

    One Reason: “Episcopal schools integrate the ideals and concepts of equity, justice, and a just society throughout the life of the school. Community service is an integral part of the life of the school.”
    Read More
  • The Adults

    I am currently working my way through Dr. Richard Weissbourd’s book, The Parents We Mean to Be. (Dr. Weissbourd is a psychologist and faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.)

    I encourage you to read the book, but, in our busy world, I realize that a parenting guide may not be on your agenda. Luckily, Dr. Weissbourd, offers a one page strategy guide for parents (and all adults) that you can read in less than ten minutes.
    Read More
  • St. Paul's Traditions

    from Head of School Andrew Myler

    As part our teambuilding last week, our administrative team took the Myers Brigg type indicator and shared the results with one another.  By sharing our types, we (hopefully) developed a better understanding of how to work together.
    Read More

How to apply



The Latest


St. Paul's


List of 1 news stories.

List of 1 news stories.

List of 1 news stories.

St. Paul's


As a member of the St. Paul’s community, I pledge to be honest, to respect others, to take responsibility for my actions and words, to be kind and inclusive, and to help others do the same.
St. Paul's Episcopal Day School, All Rights Reserved 2016