Our primary purpose at Saint Paul the Apostle is to provide a strong faith-based, academically excellent education to every child. We help each student to know, love, and serve as a vibrant Catholic Christian in a community of safety, love and support
We believe as educators, along with the community, have the privilege and responsibility of calling our students forth to the realization of who they are, what they are capable of becoming, and what the unique contributions to the global community can and will be. St. Paul aims to form our students as future learners and leaders academically, spirituality and socially.
We are a faith based community with high expectations and high academic achievements.
To promote an intellectual environment through our faith based curriculum. We view education not only as a gateway to personal and spiritual development, but also as a pathway for improving our society.
Each of us has the ability and opportunity to make a difference throughout the community and we rise to this challenge as God has called us to do.
We look for opportunities to nurture with love and care the Christ-Life within each child.
St. Paul not only teaches our children math, science, and other core subjects, but wholly envelops them with faith, values, and traditions that help our children to grow into
outstanding students, and more importantly, thoughtful and kind human beings.
St. Paul gives our students access to quality STEM learning opportunities that fosters critical thinking skills especially through programs like Science Olympiad. This, coupled with their experiences in the classroom has provided them a strong foundation in math, science and technology.
The St. Paul community is an extension of our family. We know that our children are surrounded by others who share our values and priorities. As an alumni, I was partly raised by the St. Paul community and feel blessed that my kids will experience this same great sense of community as I did.
While we were quite confident when first putting our children at St. Paul that they would be academically prepared for Catholic Central, we continue to be amazed at how well our own college and high school children are prepared for the academics they have encountered. It is definitely above and beyond.