The academic offerings at Saint Paul’s School provide a rigorous core curriculum complimented by a wide variety of advanced placement, honors and elective offerings designed to meet the varied interests and talents of our students.  Beginning with our Pre-Freshmen, every year students must complete one unit of English, Math, Science, and Religion. Before graduation, students must also complete four units of Social Studies, two units of a second language, two units of Health and Physical Education and two units of Fine Art.

Beginning in their freshman year, students choose among several multi-year elective tracks that include advanced second language classes, art, music, theater, engineering, biomedical sciences, business, law and/or  Air Force JROTC.  Several other semester or year-long individual elective choices are available to students who may want to choose a more varied elective route.

Advance Placement and Honors classes are available across all subject areas and students are actively encouraged to challenge themselves by enrolling in these more demanding classes. AP class offerings include:

  • American History
  • Art History
  • Biology
  • Calculus AB
  • Calculus BC
  • Civics
  • CSP (Computer Science Principles)
  • CSA (Computer Science – Programming)
  • English Literature
  • English Language and Composition
  • Human Geography
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Psychology
  • Statistics


Our faculty is an outstanding group of Christian Brothers and lay men and women. Forty one of our 63 faculty hold advanced degrees in their teaching fields.  Twelve are graduates of Saint Paul’s.  While fifteen faculty members have completed various advance Lasallian programs of study, all of our teachers and staff is trained in the ideals of our Founder, St. John Baptist de La Salle in an effort to continue the rich Lasallian teaching tradition of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.  Our instructors and support staff are committed to providing relevant, rigorous and value centered instruction to every student entrusted to their care.

Trevor Watkins ‘79