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St. Paul the Apostle School has served students in grades preschool through eighth for fifty years. We provide a God-centered education, fostering spiritual, intellectual, aesthetic, social and physical growth, which will enable students to live as faith-filled Catholics in a diverse world.

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La escuela de St. Paul the Apostle ha servido a los estudiantes en los grados preescolar al octavo desde hace  50 años.  Proporcionamos una educación centrada en Dios, que formenta un crecimiento espiritual, intelectual, estético, social y físico que permite a los estudiantes de vivir como Católicos llena de fe en un mundo diverso.

Para más información llamen a Luzia Tartari (616) 551-4743 o correo electrónico, ltartari@dioceseofgrandrapids.org 

Hot Lunch Menu

  • 12/6/2016

    Corn Dog, Variety of Chips, Carrots/Cucumbers, and a Banana or Applesauce.

  • 12/7/2016

    8th Grade Hot Dog Fundraiser Lunch

  • 12/8/2016

    Chicken Nuggets, Tater Tots, String Cheese, and Pineapple/Carrots.

  • 12/13/2016

    Pasta with Meat Sauce, Garlic Texas Toast, Salad Bar or Carrots, and a Lemon Square.

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Get the latest updates in school news and promote our school by “liking” our new Facebook page. Feel free to share your comments and ask questions—the page is checked regularly.

 

A Message from Fr. Ernie

Fr. Ernie  
 
Since 1965, St. Paul the Apostle School has been a cornerstone of the community, serving families who live in Grand Rapids, Cascade, Forest Hills, Kentwood and beyond. Much has changed in the 51 years since our doors first opened, yet our values remain constant. We provide Christ-centered learning and academic excellence in a nurturing environment.

Christian faith and Gospel values permeate all that we do. We continually challenge our children to know their faith, live their faith, and share their faith. We teach them to understand the sacredness of human life. They are taught to see themselves and each other as children of God.

The school enjoys the very strong support of the parish community. In various ways we seek to integrate the weekday school experience with the parish weekend liturgical life. Our investment in Catholic education is also an investment in the future of the Church.

The Gospel says that Jesus welcomed little children and blessed them. In our school children encounter the welcoming presence of the Lord, and they grow in the blessings of faith.

Sincerely,

Msgr. Ernest P. Schneider

Pastor

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