Winning 198 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.

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