Christ is the reason for St. Paul Catholic High School. Upon this foundation, young men and women from diverse backgrounds are challenged to be their personal best in academics, athletics, fine arts, and service to others, as they prepare for the rigors of college and lifelong learning.
We believe that adolescents strive to meet the expectations of those responsible for them. Therefore, faculty and parents must work together to establish high expectations for students. We believe that adolescents must learn to take responsibility for their own lives as they prepare to be adult Christians. Self-discipline is the most effective form of discipline, so students are guided to respect themselves, others, and the learning process.
We believe that students are best served by a curriculum that emphasizes traditional core content, while providing opportunities for enrichment and exposure to rapid globalization. We believe that all individuals learn differently; therefore, it is essential for teachers to employ a variety of teaching strategies aided by state-of-the-art technology to respond effectively to each individual's learning style. Students appreciate learning through the efforts of enthusiastic teachers who love their subjects and who challenge their students to think critically and creatively. We believe that adolescents need intellectual, creative, physical, and service experiences so that they develop a lifelong commitment to personal growth and service to God and others.