Proud to have…

» Student test scores ranking above the Diocesan average.

» Faculty, parents and students committed to community service.

» Scored in the top 10 percent of U.S. schools on standardized test scores.

» A strong commitment to incorporating technology into all aspects of the curriculum.

» An active and engaged PTO that has provided Smart Boards for every classroom.

» A student-to-teacher ratio of 15 to 1.

» Advanced algebra and Spanish programs that earn students high school credit.

» Dedication to a well-rounded program of art, music, Spanish, computer, library and physical education for all grades.



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Catholic Schools: A Strong Example of the Best in Education

Recently (January 26th – February 1st ) we celebrated national Catholic Schools Week across our nation. This is an opportunity each year for us to “brag” about what our students are doing and to remind all that Catholic education remains – after all these years – a strong example of the best in education!

This year we brag about our students’ performance in the Battle of the Brains (so far), MATHCOUNTS, and the Clemson University Foreign Language Declamation.  These performances were accomplished by our middle school students.  However, we need to brag on all of our students. 

All of our students attend Mass every Friday morning and show the respect and reverence they have been taught to show.  They go on field trips to many places and are always proud to bring back the compliments on their good behavior and their being prepared and able to respond to guides.  They are all proud to participate in our various community service efforts because they truly want to help others. They work hard to accomplish their best every day in their classrooms.  Every one of them deserves our recognition and praise for their efforts.

During this recent Catholic Schools Week, we celebrated our students, our teachers, our parents, and out volunteers.  It definitely takes the work of the whole team to reach the success we seek.

Patti Lanthier, Principal“We are very proud of our students
and of our faculty members
who are dedicated to our mission.” 

— Patti Lanthier
Principal, St. Paul School






Save the date !!  The 8th St. Paul School Golf Outing will be held on April 25th!

Here is your chance to have a wonderful afternoon of golf and support St. Paul School at the same time.  Each year this tournament has grown and we are very grateful to all who have participated in making this school fundraiser such a wonderful success.

Below you will see a brochure to register your foursome and, maybe, buy a Hole Sign to promote your company.  Also, there is a letter from the Golf Committee detailing opportunities for sponsorship.


BIDDING IS NOW OPEN! The St. Paul School Golf Tournament, presented by Eastside/Westside Eye Centers, Silent Auction is now taking bids. You may view and bid for items at You may register to bid on-line or you may pick up a card with a bidder number on it at the school office or in the Parish Center. Some items available to bid on are an autographed Carolina Panther’s football, Wofford Football Season Tickets, and several gift certificates or gift items. Items will be displayed at the school April 22-24, where you may also bid on them. If you would like to donate items for the auction, we will accept them until April 23rd.