St. Paul's Life

A group of 4th grade and Preschool buddies play together on the St. Paul's playground.

For over 60 years, St. Paul's has been more than just a school. We are a supportive community, and we rely on current students, thousands of graduates, parents, faculty, and staff to achieve our mission.

The St. Paul's experience is unique because it offers high-quality community experiences that are designed to help students and families thrive. 

We value teaching and learning, and we believe it's not limited to the classroom. St. Paul's students participate in a range of service learning activities and Daily Chapel to foster life skills, spiritual connection, and social and emotional wellness.

After school, students can pick from more than 30 extracurricular activities and clubs to help them build their strengths and find their passions. Some examples of extracurricular programming include: athletics, individual music lessons, Science Olympiad, coding club, and much more.

St. Paul's Kids Are...

Click on the images below to learn more about the different components of the St. Paul's experience.

Campus Spaces

St. Paul's first graders start their day with some group learning in a renovated bright classroom.

Parent Involvement

A student and parent enjoy the annual Book Fair.

Service Learning

Students pose on their way to dropping off donated items at the church community pantry.

Daily Chapel

A student plays guitar for Daily Chapel in Lower School.

Extended Day

Preschool students enjoy some fun with balloons during a St. Paul's summer camp.

Portrait of a Graduate

A St. Paul's 8th Grade student stands for a special tribute at graduation.