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
Pop Tab Collection for Ronald McDonald House
St. Paul’s teacher Donna Mackin kicked off this year’s pop tab collection competition in September with a speaker from Ronald McDonald House.  Students in third through sixth grades collected the pop tabs from aluminum cans all year and competed to get the most per grade level.  The total collected for Ronald McDonald House was 256 […]
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 12:24:51 PM

Thank You Brownie Troop 8213!
Special thanks to Brownie Troop 8213 for providing a new bench for the Intermediate School playground!
Friday, May 17, 2019 3:32:52 PM

Upper School Students Paint Oars For Rap-A-Hope
During the first week of May several Upper School students gave Study Hall, weekend, and afternoon time to paint oars bright green for Camp Rap-A-Hope.  This weeklong summer camp for children with cancer takes place every year during June, and each camper receives a special oar to take home on the last night.  The campers […]
Friday, May 10, 2019 2:50:17 PM

Ninth Grade Rutledge Fellows Deliver Summer Supply Bags to Taylor Park
Freshman Rutledge Fellows sponsor Natasha Kendall took Joseph Sharpe, Lily Cumbie, Gabrielle Eubanks, Tyjuan Able, and Markus Harris to Taylor Park on Tuesday April 30th. The group has tutored in the after school program there all year, and wanted to finish out with a fun event. The students had packed bags of school supplies like […]
Tuesday, May 07, 2019 8:22:18 AM

Congratulations to Hannah Archibald!
Congratulations to Hannah Archibald who was awarded the Courtney Upton Leadership Scholarship by the Drug Education Council for showing exemplary leadership in her community service projects!
Friday, May 03, 2019 2:47:39 PM

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