Overview of Entire Program

Whether it is a 3-year-old learning what it means to be a part of a group, a second grade child who is learning fundamentals amidst amazing curiosity, or a Middle School student exploring global connections between self and society, there are core learning principles that make a Saint Paul’s education an academic experience of a lifetime.

The principles that bind all learning experiences at Saint Paul’s involve:

Traditional Methodology Balanced by Innovation

Best practices in education include tried and true methods
as well as innovative thinking and practices.                                                                                    

Spiritual, Moral, and Ethical Development of Self

In educating the whole child, it is imperative to provide students time for prayer, reflection, discussion, and activities that draw attention to moral and ethical development within a child’s own faith. This is done respecting family faith traditions and spiritual differences among each other.


Developing leadership skills begins with our youngest students gaining independence and confidence and culminates with our Middle School students applying their leadership practices with younger Saint Paul’s students as well as our greater community.

Study Skills

Intentional time teaching study skills results in all students acquiring the skills necessary to become more effective learners, whether that is in organization, note taking, or research. Given multiple methods, students are guided to identify what works effectively for them.

Cris Crisler
Director of Curriculum

An Independent, Episcopal Day School


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