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.


Academic News

Academics – St. Paul's Episcopal School
Congressman Bradley Byrne To Hold Academy Night At St. Paul’s
 Congressman Bradley Byrne will host Academy Night on Monday, October 14th, 2019 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. The event will take place in the Dr. Monte L. Moorer Theatre on the St. Paul’s Episcopal School campus.  The purpose of Academy Night is to emphasize the educational opportunities available at the five distinguished United States Service […]

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, the most of any independent school in Mobile, Alabama. Seniors David Hantouche, Alexandra Rosenthal, and Anne Katherine Scott have earned this honor […]

Congratulations to our Class of 2019
Congratulations to our Class of 2019 who earned 7.9 MILLIONS dollars in Merit Scholarships and were accepted to 83 different colleges across the nation! Anderson University Auburn University Belmont University Berry College Birmingham-Southern College Case Western Reserve University Centre College College of Charleston Christendom College The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina Clemson University […]

Summer Assignments and Reading Lists


LOGOtopia 3.0
The third annual LEGOtopia event was another success. Special thanks to Bethany Benton, Nancy Starr, and Nikki Barnickel for creating fun and STEAMulating lessons, Laura Oldweiler for transforming the library into an coastal barrier island and Charles King for serving as photographer. St. Paul’s Episcopal School has created a common S.T.E.A.M. experience for our fourth-grade […]

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