Our Saints apply learning to
life.

And we know that life offers a lot to learn.


We have high expectations for our Saints’ academic performance. Our intimate atmosphere of small classes and interdisciplinary study allows for rich and diverse interactions among students and teachers assuring, that students grow intellectually, socially, and creatively too. We utilize many active learning methods: simulations, experimentation, oral presentations, and travel to assure that all students have ample opportunities to excel. Students move from grade to grade, prepared and excited to graduate both competent and confident.

When exchanging ideas and making new discoveries, our students and teachers create moments filled with excitement and intrigue. Classes at St. Paul’s bring students and teachers together for the type of influential encounters that are formed in complex mathematical equations and at the center of ancient literature. Students will be asked to contribute, and will be challenged to articulate their opinions, beliefs, and passions. A seriousness of purpose guides our work in the classroom . . . a seriousness that makes learning a joy.


Academics – St. Paul's Episcopal School
College Fair – Monday, October 15th
All St. Paul’s students in grades 10–12 are invited to attend the annual Bay Area Consortium College Fair on Monday, October 15th from 6-8 p.m. at UMS-Wright Preparatory School. The college fair will allow students to interact with admissions representatives from over 90 institutions that will be in attendance.

Girls Exploring Math and Science – November 10 at USA
GEMS Girls Exploring Math and Science Saturday, November 10 8AM to 1:30PM University of South Alabama Calling all 6th to 8th Grade Girls! Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math? Come to GEMS and see how exciting they can be! Join us for a fun-filled morning of making jewelry with DNA, engineering fashion trends, conducting forensic investigations…and […]

Banned Book Week
Banned Book Week is being recognized in the Moorer Library this week. There is a contest involving banned books, students can have their “mug shots” taken with their favorite banned book, and students are encouraged to exercise their right to read. Banned book week recognizes books that have been censored by various authorities.  

Three St. Paul’s Students Recognized as National Merit Semifinalists
Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of the Semifinalists in the 64th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Three St. Paul’s Episcopal School students have been recognized as Semifinalists. Seniors Oladipupo Opefoluwa Fagbongbe, Danielle Botros Rizk, and Tianyuan Zheng have earned this honor and will be considered for National Merit Finalist […]

St. Paul’s is a Microsoft Showcase School
Only 40 Schools Selected St. Paul’s is one of only 40 schools across the U.S. selected to be a Microsoft Showcase School. We join hundreds of schools across the globe who are actively empowering the students of today to create the world of tomorrow. About Microsoft Showcase Schools Microsoft Showcase Schools are a global community […]

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