Our Saints apply learning to
life.

And we know that life offers a lot to learn.


We have high expectations for our Saints’ academic performance. Our intimate atmosphere of small classes and interdisciplinary study allows for rich and diverse interactions among students and teachers assuring, that students grow intellectually, socially, and creatively too. We utilize many active learning methods: simulations, experimentation, oral presentations, and travel to assure that all students have ample opportunities to excel. Students move from grade to grade, prepared and excited to graduate both competent and confident.

When exchanging ideas and making new discoveries, our students and teachers create moments filled with excitement and intrigue. Classes at St. Paul’s bring students and teachers together for the type of influential encounters that are formed in complex mathematical equations and at the center of ancient literature. Students will be asked to contribute, and will be challenged to articulate their opinions, beliefs, and passions. A seriousness of purpose guides our work in the classroom . . . a seriousness that makes learning a joy.


News

Academics – St. Paul's Episcopal School
Summer Assignments
If any of the links below do not function you can find the updated list at stpaulsmobile.net/summer-assignments. Please note that summer assignments are required for all students in Grades 3-12. Since teachers will use various methods to assess assignments when school begins in August, students should follow their specific teacher’s instructions carefully. Find your grade level and […]

Congratulations to the juniors who were selected as Boys and Girls State Representatives!
Boys State – Selected Representative – Landon Clarke Girls State- Selected Representative – Perry Courtney At-Large Representative – Coleman Turnipseed Alabama Boys State is one of the highest honors granted to Alabama students. Students from across the state are chosen based on their demonstration of leadership, hard work, strong morals, and motivation in school and […]

College Acceptances – Class of 2018
The 107 members of the Class of 2018 were offered 287 acceptances to 90 colleges and universities. Academy of Art University Alabama A & M University Appalachian State University Arizona State University Auburn University Auburn University-Montgomery Baylor University Belmont University Berry College Birmingham-Southern College Bishop State Community College California College of the Arts Case Western […]

Catherine Costello, using technology to describe cell division
Catherine Costello’s Project on Cell Division Thank you to Natasha Kendall for her efforts in the classroom to enhance her curriculum through the use of innovative tools provided by Sensavis. Because of her efforts, Catherine Costello’s project was selected to be showcased on the Sensavis website to demonstrate how students can use the application to […]

Congratulations Leah D. Brown and Mary Stirling Brown – AISA All-State Academic Team
Congratulations to Leah D. Brown and Mary Stirling Brown for being selected to the AISA All-State Academic Team! This award is designated to the top 25 students, selected based on their numerical average and their ACT score, combined. They will receive a medallion and special recognition through the Alabama Independent School Association.

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