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
Third Quarter Headmaster’s List and Honor Roll
Congratulations to those students in grades 5-12 who made Headmaster’s List and Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2018-2019 school year! The criteria for Headmaster’s List is an average of 90.00 or better with no grade below 85. The criteria for Honor Roll is an average of 80.00 or better with no grade […]

St. Paul’s Receives 25 First Place Awards and Overall BEST OF FAIR at 2018-2019 ACTE Computer Fair!
On Thursday, March 14th, Elijah Valenzuela (9th), David Brown (10th) and Natalie Douglas (11th) participated in the 34th annual ACTE Regional Computer Fair held at Coastal Alabama College representing the St. Paul’s High School. Over 700 students in grades 3-12 from Mobile, Baldwin and Washington County schools were entered, making this the largest regional fair […]

2019 NHS Inductees
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted in the Myrtle Harris Boazman Chapter of the National Honor Society. 11th Grade Inductees Lucas Henry Batten Geoffrey David Connor Boshell Turner Griffin Boulo Isabella Burch Brown Rachel Grace Campbell Sally Walker Carrington Lilly Grace Cleveland Caroline Mathis Crain Natalie Kate Douglas Cole Douglas Ferguson James William […]

2019 NJHS Inductees
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted in the Mueller-McGehee Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. Neely Kate Benton James Sterling Boykin Bennett Carter Brown Roman Alexander Carnley Mary Elizabeth Clement Brady Madison Cleveland Sydney Danielle Conrad Pape Ellis Davidson Nina Francesca DiVittorio Clarissa Tucker DuPree Stella Marie Duren Eva Isabel Epker Gianna […]

Vote for Dayne McDonald’s “The Struggles of Writing”
8th grade student, Dayne McDonald’s creative writing submission, “The Struggles of Writing”, has been posted on Teen Ink, the largest website in the world for teen-generated writing, art, and photography. On the Teen Ink website, the highest-rated stories in each section are prominently displayed on the home page and elsewhere. Dayne’s work could be among […]

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