The world could use a few more

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
Seventh Grade Rutledge Fellows Pack Special Food Bags
On Monday November 11, Rutledge Fellows sponsors Katie Key and Sawyer House brought hardworking seventh graders Ben Oliver, Conner Bell, Cage Cockrell, Sean Davis, Brooks McDonald, Thomas Harrison, Edward McLeod, Michael Morgan, Audrey Kate Smith, Vivian McCall, Savannah Rhodes, Caroline Reid, Brooke Thuss, Annabelle Ramo, Amelia Rivers, Katherine Stockman, Kate Marbut, Isabella Farmer, Janie Ford, […]
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 2:29:27 PM

The Angels Have Arrived!
St. Paul’s Service Leadership class has 226 angels available for “adoption” for Christmas. Our angels have been carefully selected by counselors at the following schools: Augusta Evans School (for mentally and physically challenged children) The Regional School For the Deaf and Blind Semmes Elementary and other schools in the Wilmer area Ella Grant Elementary in […]
Sunday, November 10, 2019 8:00:37 AM

Junior Service Day for Troops and Veterans
St. Paul’s Junior Class had a glorious service day on Wednesday, November 6th. The students began the day with short talks from Headmaster and military veteran Blair Fisher, and parent Sylvie Rihner who established the nonprofit Dixie Rear Detachment to supply care packages to deployed troops. Juniors then wrote letters to be mailed to troops, […]
Thursday, November 07, 2019 12:11:53 PM

SGA Food Drive Benefits Hunger Matters Program
St. Paul’s Student Government Association organized a food drive from November 1st-November 5th. Each grade level was asked to bring specific items for use in St. Paul’s Hunger Matters program which provides weekend bags of food to 49 children in Mobile every week. Some of the food will also be donated to The Joseph Project […]
Thursday, November 07, 2019 12:04:15 PM

Service Leadership Leads Explorers Meeting at Augusta Evans
As part of their “Exploring Art” curriculum for the special needs students of Augusta Evans, Service Leadership students Reggie Bracy and Isobel Crumb organized and presented a project on 3D art. Classmates Abbey Armbruster, Turner Boulo, Ross Carley, Mary Elizabeth Chambliss, Lilly Cleveland, Garrett Colvin, Marbury Conwell, Caroline Crain, Thomas Gaal, Caroline Harrison, Elizabeth Helmsing, […]
Monday, November 04, 2019 11:30:54 AM

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