There will be no bingo at St. Paul High School on Saturday, February 28th due to the Girls' Basketball Semifinal game.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

St. Paul High School is currently accepting applications for incoming freshmen for the 2015-2016 school year. For an application, please click here.  Please turn in the application and $55 application fee to the front office Monday through Friday between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm.
For more information, please contact Mr. Richard Aviña by email or at 562-698-6246, ext. 729.

Summer School Dates:
Monday, June 22nd through Friday, July 24th
In observance of the 4th of July,
there will be no classes held on
Friday, July 3rd or
Monday, July 6th

Take a look at our newly revised Mission Statement, Philosophy, and Integral Student Outcomes to see who we are!

Daily Announcements 2/26/15
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Daily Announcements 2/25/15
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Yearbook Ad Submissions

The yearbook ad submission deadline is quickly approaching!

Don't miss your opportunity to congratulate a graduating senior or the entire class of 2015 in this year's Lumen! The Lumen, St. Paul's yearbook, is annually distributed to the entire St. Paul student body. Show love for your swordsmen with this wonderful gift!

Yearbook Ads Deadline:
Monday, Mar 2, 2015

Full Page: $200
Half Page: $150

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Our Mission Statement

      St. Paul High School is a Catholic, coeducational high school rooted in the values of the Gospel and Church Tradition. We promote and nurture students’ talents, moral development, spiritual growth, and self-discipline. As a family, we challenge students to grow in their knowledge and love of God, to strive for academic, artistic, and athletic excellence, and to work toward building a more just society.

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Integral Student Outcomes

Integral Student Outcomes are our expectations, guidelines and goals for students to achieve by graduation. Click on the link to find out just how high our goals are.

Our Philosophy

     St. Paul High School provides a challenging, coeducational, college-preparatory education in the Catholic tradition. In keeping with this tradition, the precepts of the Gospel and the teachings of the Church guide curriculum, programs, and activities. Students are challenged to pursue academic success by utilizing their talents and abilities. Realizing that society is ever-changing, we are committed to developing the character and skills which will help students actively participate in today’s world.
     As Jesus encouraged the disciples to be one in Spirit, we strive to build community. The “St. Paul Family” values mutual concern for one another in a spirit of collaboration and an awareness of our obligation to be responsible citizens. As Christians, we are conscious of our mission to work toward social justice, academic excellence, spiritual growth, athletic success, and artistic development. We encourage our students to demonstrate integrity and honesty in their daily lives, to be considerate of individual rights and properties, and to have respect for all. Acknowledging that parents are the primary educators of their children, we collaborate in building a stronger sense of community and support one another in the nurturing of the spiritual and academic growth of our students.