Saint Paul’s School is non-discriminatory and admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin. All candidates are equally considered for admission, financial aid, athletic, and extracurricular programs. That is, we strive to accept all students who have the ability to benefit from enrollment.
The academic offerings at Saint Paul’s School provide a rigorous core curriculum complemented by a wide variety of advanced placement, honors, dual enrollment, enrichment, and elective offerings designed to meet the varied interests and talents of our students.
Because the learning experience extends to the athletic fields and courts, Saint Paul’s offers 16 sports with 40 teams. Students are encouraged to participate in at least one sport to immerse themselves in the brotherhood that is the hallmark of a Saint Paul’s team. That is, the strength of the wolf is in the pack.
As a Lasallian Catholic institution, we concern ourselves with the spiritual and social-emotional development of the students entrusted to us. We indicate the importance of following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ and St. John Baptist de La Salle to grow in our relationship with our neighbor and with God.
The main goal of the department is to focus on the academic, social, and emotional development of the young men entrusted to our care in a myriad of ways: academic assistance, career and college counseling, standardized test prep, and personal counseling.
Knowing that an authentic education transcends the classroom, we offer a myriad of activities for our students to grow socially, intellectually, and morally. Students are encouraged to get involved because we understand that academic success is intertwined with extracurricular involvement.
Our development team hosts first-class events throughout the year to augment the experience of our students and faculty for various activities including but not limited to travel for teams and clubs, professional development, etiquette training, equipment purchase, etc.
B.S. in Psychology from Lousiana State University;
Masters in Counselor Education from University of New Orleans
Employed since: 2003