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Saint Paul’s School is a Lasallian Catholic high school for boys that has been teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to students in a Lasallian, Christ-centered environment of caring discipline, while fostering high academic standards and encouraging community involvement for 100 years.

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Award Winning Academics
Student Enrichment


March Through the Arch
Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Parent Mini-Schedule Night
Monday, August 28, 2017

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Jazz ‘N Roll 
Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Br. Ray’s Newsletter

August 14 – August 20, 2017

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2017-2018 School Calendar

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Student Handbook

Download the 2017-2018 book.

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Faculty Friday Highlight
Andrew Dart was born in 1984, one of three triplets (not identical, no they don't have telepathic powers, and yes he always had someone to play with growing up). He has been a Covington resident his whole life, attending Saint Paul's School ('03), Louisiana State University for his undergraduate degree in K-12 arts education, and Saint Mary's University for a M.A. in educational leadership with a focus on Lasallian studies. Having graduated from Saint Paul's, as well as the Buttimer Institute, a three-year course at Saint Mary's College, Andrew has been a part of the Lasallian community for a (relatively) long time. He has a passion for art history, starting the AP Art History program at Saint Paul's, having seen many of the most famous works first-hand in his travels to Europe. Outside of the classroom he assists with the school tennis team, founded the school's first Quidditch team, moderates the comic book club, and can tell you any useless fact about the Star Wars universe. He is a father of a 2-year-old daughter, husband to a beautiful wife, and a proud Slytherin.
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No bones about it, BioMed Class II students discover skeletons in class!

Happy Feast of St. Brother Benilde, FSC!