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WELCOME TO SAINT PAUL’S LASALLIAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL

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 over 100 years.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

CATHOLIC SCHOOL WEEK
January 26 – February 1

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HONOR ROLL BREAKFAST
12th grade: Wednesday, January 29

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SCREENAGERS NEXT CHAPTER
Skills for Stress Resilience
Wednesday, January 29
7:00pm

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LATE START
Monday, February 3
9:00am

Late Start

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
Monday, February 3
5:00pm – 7:00pm
Briggs Assembly Center

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2019-2020 Yearbook
NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER
Current seniors do not need to order

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LATEST NEWS

 Br. Ray’s Newsletter

January 27 – February 2

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Wolftracks

 December 31, 2019 Issue

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The Paper Wolf

 Award Winning Student Newspaper

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Senior Spotlights

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 Alumni Profiles

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From Facebook

5 hours ago

Saint Paul's School
Saint John Baptist de La Salle wrote, "Young people need the light of watchful guides to lead them on the path of salvation." (Med 197.3) Saint Paul's School is fortunate to have many knowledgeable, caring, watchful guides to light the way for its students. These campus heroes are dressed as educators and their superpowers are generosity, wisdom, patience, zeal, piety and vigilance. All proceeds from GiveNOLA 2021 will benefit Saint Paul's educators for their willingness to do the ordinary things extraordinarily well. Donate today at www.givenola.org/st-pauls-school-covington-la. #CampusHeroesCare ... See MoreSee Less
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23 hours ago

Saint Paul's School
On Saturday, eight members of Saint Paul's Habitat for Humanity club came out to work despite the inclement weather. The students nailed metal plates called "hurricane clips" to the rafters to make them stronger. They also cut many boards called "blocks" and attached them between the 2x4 studs so shelves and cabinets can be installed later. Many thanks to student volunteers Thomas Bitterwolf, Wesley Coles, Alexi Sotiropoulos, Preston Orgeron, Chris Franke, Jonah Revere, Walker Dubreuil, William Ditta, and club moderator Mr. Richard Pichon for the dedication and hard work. Well done, Wolves! ... See MoreSee Less
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All proceeds from GiveNOLA 2021 will benefit Saint Paul's educators for their willingness to do the ordinary things extraordinarily well. Donate today at https://www.givenola.org/st-pauls-school-covington-la. #CampusHeroesCare