St. Paul Catholic School: Information
St. Paul School, a Roman Catholic community, is dedicated to teaching, living, and learning in the Light Of Christ.
St. Paul School is a Christian school of the Roman Catholic tradition, instituted by the parish community in 1961 to assure the integration of Catholic truths and values in our students' academic growth and development. Excellence in education is the commitment made to our students and our community by a staff of highly qualified professionals. St. Paul School fosters the development of the Roman Catholic faith by encompassing instruction, prayer, religious experiences, and service. Each St. Paul student is a valued person with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs. We strive to provide direction in helping students become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners. The school community promotes a safe, healthy, respectful and positive environment for our children. Teachers, administrators, parents, and students share the responsibility for learning and for advancing the mission of St. Paul School. Today, St. Paul School is the largest Catholic elementary school in the Diocese of Columbus, enrolling approximately 900 students in grades K through 8.
Registration for kindergarten takes place in February each year. The date is published in the Parish bulletin for three weeks prior to registration. Children who will be 5 years old by September 30 of the following school year are eligible to register for kindergarten. Students at all other grade levels may register in the school office any time during the year.
Volunteers are needed in a variety of ways to assist the teachers and staff of our school. Volunteers are needed as tutors, teacher's aides, nurse's assistants, computer aides, etc. In compliance with Diocesan policy, all volunteers must submit to fingerprinting and a criminal background check. In addition, volunteers are required to participate in the Protecting God's Children training program. These requirements must be met before working with any child in the school or parish community.
St. Paul School Office
Dr. Kathleen Norris, Principal