From the principal

Our students participate in various competitions throughout the year.

The Battle of the Brains with Mr. Bill Drake, a local radio celebrity, puts our seventh- and eighth-grade students in an academic bowl-type of competition with students from more than 30 other area schools.

The regional science fair follows our school science fair. Eight students brought back regional awards. This year we go to the Michelin Invention Convention.

Eighth-grade students compete against each other in Spanish and the winners participate in the Clemson University Foreign Language Declamation. Two students won awards at Clemson.

Eighth-grade students take the PSAT, and this year four of them earned South Carolina Junior Scholar status.

Seventh- and eighth-grade students take the National Spanish Exam. Our students earned one gold medal, five silver medals and four bronze medals.

Our school band members marched in the Greenville Christmas Parade with band members fro other Upstate Catholic schools.

Our choir performed at Spartanburg’s Dickens of a Christmas.

We are all very proud of these students ands the effort they put forth. We are, also, so very proud of all of our students who go out into the community on field trips and service projects and bring home compliments on their manners and behavior!

— Patti Lanthier
Email me at
sptbgpaul@stpaulschoolsc.com

Empowering God’s children...

 To grow in faith.

 To achieve academic excellence.

 To become strong leaders.

 To serve the community.

 To protect the environment.

 To be the best they can be.

Our committed faculty and staff make the difference

  Our teachers are experienced professionals — many with master’s degrees in their fields of expertise.

They share a love of learning, a love of children, a commitment to Catholic values and a personal connection to the school and their students.

If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us. To contact a member of our faculty or staff, use the direct links below. 

 

 

Faculty

 

Esperanza Sierra, K-4

Jaclyn Ferguson, K-5

Ray Rucker,  first grade

Krista Eckley, second grade

Audrey Earnhardt, third grade

Angie Waldrop, fourth grade

Jane Nicol, fifth grade

Kimberly Seay, sixth grade

Sandra Diaz, middle school science 

Melissa Drummond, 7th Grade and Spanish

Laura Pasatiempo,  mathematics

Thomas Fuller, eighth grade

Chip Clary, PE and computer

Sylvia Spears, art

Mary Lee, librarian

Jaime Kirby, music



 

Administrative Support


Cindy Hoops, administrative assistant 
Dea McDonough, K-4 assistant
Kathy Brown, K-5 assistant
Judy Akelaitis, bookkeeper