Plan Your Visit

Visiting St. Paul's is critical to understanding what makes this environment worthwhile and unique. During your tour or open house experience, we will show you all the school has to offer including state-of-the-art learning spaces, colorful galleries of student work, and compassionate teachers.  

We suggest families follow the sequence below for visiting the school, but school tours can be scheduled as needed at any time.

OPEN HOUSE - Meet school leadership, discuss curriculum with teachers, and tour school facilities with current student ambassadors.

SCHOOL TOUR - Explore the campus and hear about the school's application process from our Director of Admissions.

VISIT DAY - Bring your child for a playdate or shadow day to see if the classroom experience would be a good fit. 

Open House Webinar
While we wish we could show you around the campus in person, school leaders, parents, and students are eager to introduce you to St. Paul's through our Open House webinar! To request a recording of a recent webinar, email admissions@speds.org. 
Students work on a STEAM activity in the St. Paul's Maker Space.
St. Paul's lower School students utilize their flexible common space for a group presentation.
St. Paul's first graders start their day with some group learning in a renovated bright classroom.
A St. Paul's student reads on a large orange pillow in the library
St. Paul's Middle School students gather in the flexible common space with colorful furniture.
Middle school students create colorful projects in a bright art room.
Middle school students enjoy experimenting in their expanded and flexible science lab.
Middle school students gather for small group learning in their flexible common space
Toddler - Kindergarten students are join by family and friends for daily chapel in their Early Childhood Center common space.
Second grade students break into small groups for guided and individual reading. 
Students work on collages with preschool teacher, Mr. Christiansen, during arts & crafts time.
Kindergarten students gather as a group for an interactive and engaging grammar and spelling lesson.
A group of 5th grade students read in a St. Paul's common space.