St. Paul is privileged to have its own Chapel. The Chapel, located off the main hallway, is open daily as a quiet refuge for students and staff.
Our chapel is a sacred space set aside for the religious and spiritual needs of our school community and its members. Our Chapel is a distinguishing feature of our Catholic education system. Our chapel reminds us to make room for God who is at the center of all life. Our chapel’s primary function is to support personal prayer and communal liturgy as well as school pastoral programs. In addition, staff members are encouraged to use this space with their students for prayer and reflection.
STP School Chaplain
St. Paul Chaplaincy Program
How We Live Our Catholic Faith
The St. Paul community believes that a Catholic high school is one in which the teachings of Jesus Christ are integrated into the day-to-day curriculum and social fabric of high school life. We have many opportunities to pray and to live our Catholic faith by focusing on service, relationships, the Word of God, and by lay witness and leadership. We have visible Christian symbols throughout our school and our Pastors are invited to visit to participate in liturgical celebrations and sacraments. Our parish representative plays an active role on our Catholic School Council and is the liaison between church and school. St. Paul High School demonstrates its commitment to the community through:
- Run for the Cure
- Famsac Canned Food Drive
- Christmas community support
- Dominican Republic Experience
- 24 Hour Think Fast
- Involvement in social justice organizations such as Development & Peace
- Penny Power Drive for Easter Seals
- Bicycles for Humanity
- Various Awareness Activities