Category: News

What is IB?

Another frequently asked question from newcomers to St. Paul’s is how does an IB program lead students to higher levels of achievement? Student inquiry is one of the important components. Students’ interest and questions drive instruction rather than predetermined teaching which is the more traditional approach in the classroom.  Also units of instruction are integrated […]

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Pacer Points 3/14/2016

Week of March 14, 2016 Corporate Sponsors Extraco Banks Pacer Points is brought to you this week in part by the generous contributions of one of our St. Paul’s Episcopal School corporate partners. As a corporate partner with St. Paul’s School, Extraco Banks. is proud to support St. Paul’s mission of producing servant leader graduates […]

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Safety and Security at St. Paul’s

The safety and security of our students is our greatest priority. As such, it is appropriate that we periodically review with you, our St. Paul’s families the features and steps of our campus security. Safety and security at St. Paul’s is multifaceted. To begin with, security cameras are positioned in key locations leading into our […]

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St. Paul’s – Proud to be an International Baccalaureate World School

St. Paul’s identifies itself first and foremost as an Episcopal School. Its existence as a mission of Christian outreach in education is certainly its defining characteristic. However, St. Paul’s is also proud to be an International Baccalaureate World School. As St. Paul’s is the only faith-based IB school in our region, the characteristics and reputation […]

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Letter from the Head of School

January 4, 2015 Dear St. Paul’s Families, It is with truly mixed emotions that I write to tell you that I have accepted an offer to join the administration of an Episcopal school in San Antonio beginning next school year. This opportunity, which came to me unexpectedly, is a unique prospect for my family and […]

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Happy Advent, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!

As a Christ-based school, we at St. Paul’s are now steeped in the season of Advent, in which we Christians eagerly await the Nativity of Jesus Christ. Throughout this time of year, St. Paul’s students are taught the true meaning of Christmas by learning about and experiencing Advent as a season of expectant waiting and […]

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November – A Month of Reflection and Thankfulness

Throughout the month of November, we reflect with thankfulness on the many blessings, large and small, that are bestowed upon us. In our Christ-based International Baccalaureate (IB) school, our students are taught to be aware of and concerned about the world around us and the needs and wants of others. By doing so, they naturally […]

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Our Head of School’s Sermon on Episcopal School Sunday 2015

Episcopal School Sunday gives us the chance as a congregation to join with our school families, many of whom are also parishioners, and celebrate our parish’s largest ministry of Christian outreach, St. Paul’s Episcopal School, and at the same time join with parishes and dioceses around the world in celebrating the impact of Episcopal education […]

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The Invaluable Benefits of Interscholastic Sports

Of the many features that make a St. Paul’s education so special, athletics is one that is especially valuable. Our students have the rare opportunity to participate in interscholastic athletics as young elementary school students. This is an opportunity that very few elementary school students enjoy. Even in the most well-funded private schools, it is […]

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Welcome to Another Great School Year!

Welcome to the 59th year in the history of St. Paul’s Episcopal School. For nearly 60 years, St. Paul’s has fulfilled its mission to provide a challenging education in a nurturing, Christ-centered environment. All of us on the faculty and staff are proud to be a part of this impressive history and honored to work […]

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