NATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL’S WEEK

National Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme —“Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service”— highlights our focus on faith development, academic excellence and dedication to community service. Schools typically observe the annual celebration week with the celebration of Mass, open houses and other activities…

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OPEN HOUSE

A strong academic program, moral leadership, faith formation, where can it be found?  At St. Paul Catholic School, we’re committed to the formation of the whole student by educating their minds, invigorating their bodies, expanding their souls and much more. To learn what we have to offer visit us on Thursday or schedule a private…

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St. Paul’s Celebrates 60th Anniversary

by Chris Bode (8th grade)      This year, the Catholic Community of St. Paul celebrates the 60th anniversary of its founding, which took place in 1954.  On October 19th, the festivities began with Bishop Noonan presiding over a special dedication mass.  On October 26th, a parish picnic was held at the school’s sport’s pavilion.  Members…

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