Winning 197 championships
doesn’t make us Saints.

Caring about the character of every single player? That just might.

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St. Paul’s athletics are not frivolous distractions. Sport is an equal opportunity teacher. It is a nonpartisan event. Universal in its application, athletic endeavors are unrelenting in their ability to exact a measure of commitment from all.

Through hard work and continuous effort our student athletes earn an increase in self-esteem as they push their bodies and minds beyond what they previously believed possible. It is fundamentally American to rely on one’s individual skills to achieve desired goals. However, we combine individual effort and achievement with superb intrapersonal and team building skills to create championship teams. At St. Paul’s Episcopal School we believe that sport teaches lessons in ethics, morality, fairness and justice.

The sense of community connected with St. Paul’s athletics transcends wins or losses. Our Saints know that each time they take the field, approach the track, or sprint onto the diamond they are doing so with the support of their parents, teachers, classmates, and alumni. At St. Paul’s winning is important but it is character, sportsmanship, and fairness that matters.

News and Upcoming Events

Athletics – St. Paul's Episcopal School
Challenge of Champions Invitational
Congratulations to these athletes who were invited to participate in the Challenge of Champions Invitational on Saturday. Olivia Beard (high jump) where she placed 1st, Bester McFadden and Jacob Evans (javelin), Katherine Rush, Mary Howard Singleton, Emily Miles and Isabel Valenzuela (4x800m relay) where they placed 1st, and Isabel Valenzuela (3200m).
Tuesday, April 09, 2019 8:21:12 AM

Vote for Amelia Campbell!
Vote for Amelia Campbell for the top Coastal spring athlete for the week! She scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Daphne! Vote Here
Wednesday, April 03, 2019 10:18:04 AM

Girls and Boys Tennis Teams Defeat UMS!
Congratulations to Coaches Melissa Baker and Austin Johnson, and both the varsity girls and varsity boys tennis teams! Both teams defeated UMS 5-4 in hard fought matches during the month of March!
Monday, April 01, 2019 1:26:21 PM

Congratulations to Coach John Shaw ’01
Congratulations to St. Paul’s alumnus and football coach John Shaw ’01 for being named as the assistant strength football coach at the University of Kansas. We will miss you terribly but know that you are always a Saint in our eyes!
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 8:45:28 AM

We are proud of our Saints! Indoor Track Championship Scoring
Please congratulate members of our girls and boys indoor track teams for an inspired showing at this past weekend’s state indoor championships.  Competing in the 6A division for the first time in St. Paul’s history, our girls team finished 3rd and our boys team 22nd in this state-wide competition. Coach Jim Tate was very proud […]
Thursday, February 07, 2019 1:51:09 PM

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