St. Paul the Apostle School was established in 1935 under the guidance of the Paulist Fathers and the Daughters of Mary and Joseph. In the decades since its founding, the school has expanded from six classrooms to 18, also adding a science lab, library/media center, choir/music room, Early Literacy lab, Art Literacy studio, and athletic department.
The school enrolls 540 students each academic year in double classrooms for grades K-8, offering a rigorous education of the whole person, helping prepare student for success in high school, college, and life.
Over the next two years St. Paul’s plans to build a new Learning Center and Gymnasium, containing 35,000 square feet designed for advanced learning and technology, as well as a 7,150-square-foot gymnasium. This will replace the old middle school building, which is both outdated and undersized. Included in the building will be a state-of-the-art library/learning resource and media center.
We are looking forward to ensuring the bright future of St. Paul’s with this expansion. It will not only support our high-caliber faculty and curriculum, but also promote 21st century teaching and learning, alleviate over-crowding throughout campus, and provide a valuable new resource to the St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Community.