As a St. Paul parent, you are already a member of our Parent Council
Parent engagement in school activities is a key part of the strength of our community. Helping children succeed is a shared responsibility for us all, and Parent Council works to support the school in many ways by promoting unity, cooperation, and involvement of the St. Paul Christian Academy family; fostering communication between parents and the school; sponsoring fundraising activities that provide resources for areas such as faculty enrichment, classroom needs, and facility improvements; and much more.
Whether helping with homework, supporting a fundraising event, or volunteering as a member of Parent Council, families are partners in their children's education. Parental involvement in all areas leads to improved student success and an enriched learning environment.
Numerous Parent Council volunteer opportunities offer parents avenues to learn more about St. Paul and have fun while interacting with faculty, fellow parents, and your child's classmates. In addition, Parent Council holds monthly meetings that all parents are invited to attend. Parent Council typically meets on the first Tuesday of every month in the Kuyper Conference Room in Kuyper Hall. See the schedule below for specific meeting times and locations.
Parent Council is always seeking the involvement of its members. If you have any questions about Parent Council, would like to volunteer, or are interested in a leadership role, please click the link below. Our Parent Council Co-Presidents will be in touch shortly to discuss how you can be engaged. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to getting to know you!
St. Paul Christian Academy integrates academic excellence with a passion for Christ to develop a strong foundation for young leaders who uniquely shape the world in which they live. As a St. Paul parent, I am already a member of the Parent Council. As Parent Council members, we support the administration, faculty, and staff in furthering the mission of our school and developing our children to grow in Christ.