The world could use a few more
Saints.

A lot more. Every grade level at St. Paul’s focuses on a different area of community service, from veterans to the elderly to children in need. By the time they graduate, our students have done more for their neighbors than some people do in a lifetime.


The Learning Through Service program at St. Paul’s Episcopal School encourages a lifelong commitment in the student body to helping others. Through a variety of activities, St. Paul’s seeks both to create a sense of service within the school and to improve the community around us. Our Service Program is comprised of four branches: Service Leadership Class, Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy, Little Saints Serving and Community Service. Each grade level from PreK through Twelfth has a specific focus area for which the students perform service. Most grade levels have a Service Day during which the entire grade participates in a project.


Service News – St. Paul's Episcopal School
Cross Country and Key Club Decorate For Camp Rap-A-Hope
Coach John Brigham brought members of the boys’ cross country teams as well as Key Club officers to Camp Grace on Friday June 6th to help transform the dining pavilion into a circus big top for the campers of Camp Rap-A-Hope. These children, all of whom suffer from cancer, enjoy a week long camping experience […]
Tuesday, July 03, 2018 11:35:44 AM

Grand Finale Visit to GrandFriends by First Grade
St. Paul’s First Graders have paid monthly visits to their GrandFriends at Spring Hill Manor all year. On Thursday May 17th and Friday May 18th, each class got to visit one last time before school ends. Mrs. Jett, Mrs. Sigler, and Mrs. Kilpatrick’s classes painted flower pots and planted each pot with a beautiful summer […]
Thursday, June 14, 2018 10:38:41 AM

Serving in the Summer
Amanda Niehoff and Adam Thomas took members of the girls and boys basketball teams to help on a Habitat for Humanity project on June 8. The players and their coaches unloaded pallets of bricks, painted the exterior of a home, cut tree and bush limbs down, built a retaining wall, completely leveled the front and […]
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 9:59:39 AM

We gave an estimated $582,000 to the Mobile Community!
Congratulations to Leslie Lerner, Laura McGee, and the entire St. Paul’s family for an incredible year of Community Service! Total Hours – Grades K4-12 26,574 Estimated Value* $582,502.08 *According to the 2017 Independent Sector Value of Volunteer Time in Alabama: $21.92/hour. ST. PAUL’S COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM 2017-18 YEAR END REPORT SERVICE HOURS BY DIVISION PRE-KINDERGARTEN 218 […]
Thursday, June 07, 2018 11:47:07 AM

Pop Tabs Collected for Ronald McDonald House
Sixth grade teachers Donna Mackin and Elizabeth Campbell have sponsored a hotly contested competition to collect the most pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House. Students in grades 3-6 have been collecting for two months getting ready for the big weigh-in on Monday, May 14. The winner was the 4th grade who accumulated 88 pounds of […]
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 3:59:48 PM

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