St. Pauls School (Closed 2010)

The greatest source of pride at St. Paul's is the school's core philosophy: and unwavering belief in the value of a quality education grounded in the principles of Catholic faith.
Preparing students to meet the challenges of a modern technological society is important, but equally important is the need to provide children with a strong foundation of faith in God, taught in a atmosphere of love, respect, caring and patience.
The purpose of the St. Paul's Home School Association is to offer an opportunity for parents and teachers to cooperate in their efforts to educate children according to Catholic principles, values and morals.
The Association is very active in its efforts to afford all of our children an environment conducive to learning and in providing needed educational materials and monetary support.

School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Kindergarten-9

Student Body

Total Students
214 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
% Students of Color
12%
State avg.: 40%
Students by Grade
St. Pauls School Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
21 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
10:1
National avg.: 13:1

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the application deadline for St. Pauls School?
The application deadline for St. Pauls School is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).

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