Saints are more colorful
than you might imagine.

Creativity matters at St. Paul’s. You’ll see it on the walls. In the halls. In the tissue paper action figures, pointillism bugs, and tessellations! Everywhere you look, the arts are alive and kicking. In truth, you won’t find a more creatively inspired student body anywhere. (We have the local, state, and national honors to prove it.)

Fine Arts

Artistic expression is a hallmark of a St. Paul’s education. Our students act in exquisite productions, produce beautiful sculptures and paintings, and create remarkable photographs.

A tremendous body of research stands in support of the benefits of a superb arts education for our students. Through focusing on being intentional and purposeful with our arts education our students show improved academic performance, greater leadership and social skills, advanced creative problem solving, and an overall enhanced ability to compete in a 21st century workforce. An arts based education also results in the positive effects of increases in school attendance, student motivation and a child’s sense of belonging. Boasting the national, state, and local honors to prove it, you will not find a more creatively inspired student body anywhere. It is just part of the end result of a purposeful arts education curriculum.

Just as the great artists of the Renaissance glorified God through their works of art so to do our students get to display their love of God and one another as they create magnificent sculptures, perform classical pieces on their strings, and capture magical moments in their photographs. Our Saints know what matters and a classical arts education enables them to display this valuable knowledge to the rest of the world.

Performing Arts

The Performing Arts Department seeks to develop aesthetic potential, self-awareness, and cultural awareness in students through a variety of experiences. These include technical and performing opportunities that allow for individual differences and expressions and which take place in a positive supportive environment which encourages learning and creativity and exposes students to a wide range of fine arts.

Visual Arts

The Visual Arts Department seeks to develop aesthetic potential, self-awareness, and cultural awareness in students through a variety of experiences. These include technical and performing opportunities that allow for individual differences and expressions and which take place in a positive supportive environment which encourages learning and creativity and exposes students to a wide range of fine arts.

 

News

Fine Arts – St. Paul's Episcopal School
The St. Paul’s Players will present Disney’s “Aladdin Jr.”
The incredibly talented St. Paul’s Players will present Disney’s “Aladdin Jr.” on March 26, 27, and 28th at 7:00 p.m. with a matinee on March 28 at 2:00 p.m. at the Monte L. Moorer Theatre on St. Paul’s Episcopal School’s campus. (161 Dogwood Lane, 36608) The show is based on the 1992 Academy Award®-winning film and the 2014 hit Broadway […]

Alabama All-State Orchestra Festival
The Alabama All State Orchestra Festival was a great success! Through their contributions, St. Paul’s Chamber Strings members Ryan Seng, Marie Robinson, Bethany Thuss, Michael Cousins Jr., Celeste Parker, Isabella Parker, Henry Morrissette Jr., and Zachary Rihner were great ambassadors for St. Paul’s School. Special recognition to Ryan Seng and Zachary Rihner who placed second […]

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!
St. Paul’s Episcopal School6th Grade Theater Arts Students Proudly Present Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. December 18th1:00 pm and 6 pmMoorer Theater

The St. Paul’s Players Present – Antigone by Sophocles
Nov. 13,14,16 | 7:00 p.m.Nov. 17 | 2:oo p.m. Dr. Monte L. Moorer Theatre Tickets: $10 Directed byChip Goff Student Assistant Director Anna Holland The great, modern city-state Thebes is in turmoil. The city lies in partial ruin from a great civil war. The twin brothers, children of the great and lamentable Oedipus, had agreed […]

Vivian McCall and Emma Gage Artwork to be displayed in 19-20 NOAA Calendar
Two St. Paul’s sixth graders, Vivian McCall and Emma Gage, won recognition in the NOAA Fisheries calendar contest. Their two pieces of artwork were selected out of 459 submissions coming from 21 states. Their work will appear in the online 2019-2020 NOAA Fisheries calendar.

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