Why St. Paul's

An Episcopal school isn't only for Episcopalians.

Episcopal schools are known for excellent academics and are constantly seeking improvement and new challenges. In addition, Episcopal schools are intentionally small; with fewer than 500 students, our teachers know students well and can adjust to meet diverse needs.

At St. Paul's, students receive world-class education that focuses on STEAM initiatives, project based learning, spiritual growth, and leadership development.

Virtual Open House
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 at an upcoming Virtual Open House! 
  • Tuesday, April 7 - 5:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, April 9 - 1:30 p.m.
 
To learn more about the virtual Open House, contact our admissions office at admissions@speds.org. 
St. Paul's 3rd grade students gather for a picture on the playground.

St. Paul's 3rd grade students gather for a picture on the playground.

St. Paul's students gather for singing and prayer at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

St. Paul's students gather for singing and prayer at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Students work on individual art projects in one of the St. Paul's studio spaces.

Students work on individual art projects in one of the St. Paul's studio spaces.

Kindergarten students work on individual projects in the classroom.

Kindergarten students work on individual projects in the classroom.

Head of School, Andrew Myler, greets a St. Paul's student.

Head of School, Andrew Myler, greets a St. Paul's student.

“St. Paul’s offers my children an excellent education, with access to not only all of the latest and greatest in STEAM but also impeccable art and music programs. Teachers are genuinely invested in their class of students and the school as a whole. St. Paul’s stands out because they place a strong emphasis on the whole child, guiding their students to be productive, kind, and giving members of their community.” St. Paul's parent