Admissions Process

PreK through 2nd Grade 

  • APPLY - Apply Online or complete our Application and return (please email admissions@stpaulsmobile.net or mail to St. Paul's Episcopal School ATTN: Admissions, 161 Dogwood Lane, Mobile AL 36608)
  • TOUR - Contact Anna Moore to set up a tour: 251-461-2129 or abmoore@stpaulsmobile.net
  • TEST - For PreK through 2nd Grade, contact Nancy Galanos: 251-461-2131 or ngalanos@stpaulsmobile.net.  Please bring the following required documents when you come to test.
    • REQUIREMENTS for PreK:
    • REQUIREMENTS for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade:
      • $60 testing fee
      • Parent Questionnaire
      • Teacher Questionnaire (Admissions Office will send to you when you sign up for testing)
      • Report Card
  • Admissions Committee will contact you regarding placement.

3rd through 12th Grade 

  • APPLY - Apply Online or complete our Application and return (please email admissions@stpaulsmobile.net or mail to St. Paul's Episcopal School ATTN: Admissions, 161 Dogwood Lane, Mobile AL 36608)
  • TOUR - Contact Anna Moore to set up a tour: 251-461-2129 or abmoore@stpaulsmobile.net
  • TEST - Contact Nancy Galanos: 251-461-2131 or ngalanos@stpaulsmobile.net. Please bring the following required documents when you come to test.
    • REQUIREMENTS:
      • $60 testing fee
      • 2016-2017 report card
      • 2015-2016 report card
      • Copy of most recent standardized test (i.e. Plan, Explore/Aspire, PSAT)
      • Teacher Recommendation Form (Admissions Office will send to you when you sign up for testing)
  • Admissions Committee will contact you regarding placement.

AIP/IP

  • In addition to our standard program, St. Paul's offers the Alternative Instruction Program (AIP) for diagnosed learning differences.
  • Please follow Admissions Process above according to grade level. 
  • Director of AIP Jane Herrin will review and contact you regarding placement.
  • View our AIP Brochure for more information.

 

St. Paul's admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid or other school administered programs.

 

 

 

 
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