- School Life
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A St. Paul’s education recognizes each student is unique. We aim to educate the whole person. St. Paul’s faculty and staff are committed to forming well-rounded young men and supporting them to grow academically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
At St. Paul’s, we believe that many important life lessons are taught outside the classroom. St. Paul’s students have opportunities to explore their interests, develop their talents, and become leaders through participation in athletics, drama, retreats, Christian Service, or in one of the many clubs and extracurricular activities offered.
The formation program at St. Paul’s is designed to meet the varied interests and talents of our students. Students are challenged to be generous, open, creative, inspired, and to give of themselves as they become men for others. By their active participation, students build our school community, create a welcoming place and a true brotherhood.
Welcome to student life at St. Paul’s High School.