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Our Mission

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.

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Why St. Paul? 

Academic Rigor

St. Paul welcomes children into a dynamic academic environment where teachers challenge and encourage students to love learning, demonstrate disciplined scholarship, and discover their talents and passions.

Christ-Centered

The central pillar of St. Paul is our belief in Christ as Lord and the authority of scripture, and we are committed to helping students discover and develop their God-given gifts and talents.

Individual Student Attention

From the moment a student steps onto our campus, they will be part of a community where they are individually known. We partner with families to help students reach their highest potential and will guide them to become young leaders. 

21

Zip codes represented

90%

Graduates accepted to top choice next-level school

49

Years partnering with families

20+

Sports and Arts activities available to students

8:1

Student to teacher ratio

Meet Our Community

Students

Miller

The close St. Paul community allows students to form lasting relationships with students and teachers.

Teachers

Will Mitchell

I love to see my students grow in areas they struggle and celebrate their accomplishments both big and small.

Parents

The Angus Family

The students feel loved by their teachers, staff and fellow students and it provides a safe and ideal environment for them to do their best.

Alumni

Ian Hall '13

St. Paul fully prepared me academically and socially to tackle any challenge. These lessons will be with me forever but started at St. Paul.

News & Events 

Faculty Five with Mrs. Lauren Hester

Mrs. Lauren Hester works as part of the Advancement Team in Development. You most likely have seen her running our biggest events alongside Parent Council, such as All Saints Festival, the Saints Cup golf tournament, our spring Saints Bash fundraising celebration and more.

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Faculty Five with Mrs. Courtney Wilson

Mrs. Courtney Wilson has been teaching at St. Paul for three years. Did you know that she started as a substitute teacher before teaching K, JK, and now Grade-Level Chair for junior kindergarten? To find out more about Mrs. Wilson, read this interview

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Faculty Five with Mrs. Amy Nickels

Mrs. Amy Nickels is part of our decade club and will soon be in the "double decades" as part of St. Paul! Parent of St. Paul alumni, former kindergarten teacher, and pet parent to Golden Doodles, there is much to know about our wonderful and caring Lower School Division Head.

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Faculty Five with Miss Caty Dalton

Miss Caty Dalton is new to St. Paul this year and is part of the sixth-grade electives and co-curricular team. She teaches both strings and public speaking, both prominent skills she uses as a professional musician. In addition to teaching the sixth grade, she has also taught many younger students in after-school violin lessons.

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