We are beginning sign-ups for photography sessions for our new directory. You may sign up on-line using this link Portrait sign-up you can also sign up after Masses the next 4 weekends, or call Colleen in the parish office to schedule your appointment at 989-723-4277 ext. 25. Early sign-ups will get the first choice of times!
Diocesan Scholarships/Grants: You have a wonderful opportunity to receive tuition assistance through the Diocese of Lansing. We have many families who sacrifice to send their child(ren) to St. Paul School. For some it is a real struggle. For many years the diocese has offered assistance to those who qualify.
Please click on the link below and you will be directed to an application for tuition assistance. If you have any trouble paying your tuition we ask that you please apply for the assistance. If you do not qualify for a diocesan scholarship or grant you will still be considered for financial assistance from the parish. Financial assistance will be granted only if you have submitted the PSAS application. Though we are not listed on the application as an independent school we do have funds available for tuition assistance. Your application to PSAS must be postmarked, or submitted online, by March 16, 2015 to qualify for diocesan or parish assistance.
At St. Paul Catholic School we strive for excellence in faith and academics.
Our mission is to be a loving and forgiving community that receives our Lord Jesus Christ and reflects his teachings.
God is our focus and heaven our goal.
“What does it mean to have the word “Catholic”
in our mission statement?”
It means that we are a religious school, and we’re able to talk about God and to pray. We read the Bible. Everything we do is for God…and we are here for a reason, to serve Christ…and to show we love him…We are different from other schools—our school is here because of Christ.
We love the support and encouragement our children receive from teachers and fellow students for being virtuous. Being helpful, friendly, courteous, and reverent matters to us at home, and it is reinforced school-wide. We also value the priority given to academics and learning at St. Paul School. Lastly, our children feel comfortable at SPS because they feel cared about by so many teachers, parents and children, who ask about them when they are sick or just know them by name. ~Nick and Corbin Skarich