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St. Paul's Episcopal School

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St. Paul's Episcopal School
Saint Paul's Episcopal School Logo.png
Official seal
161 Dogwood Lane


MottoSword of the Spirit (Latin: Spiritus Gladius)
CEEB code011833
NCES School ID00000758
DirectorHeather Kraus (Lower School)
Dan Drum (Middle School)
Scott McDonald (Upper School)
HeadmasterBlair Fisher
Faculty204 (including staff)
Number of studentsapprox. 1,199 Students (K-12)
Campus size32 acres
Color(s)Red and Blue
Fight songWhen the Saints Go Marching In
Athletics conferenceAHSAA - 5A
RivalUMS-Wright Preparatory School, Spanish Fort High School
AccreditationSouthern Association of Independent Schools
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
PublicationThe Epistle
YearbookThe Halo

St. Paul's Episcopal School is an independent, parochial, co-educational preparatory school in Mobile, Alabama.

St. Pauls' mascot is the saint.

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St. Paul's Episcopal School was founded in 1947 with one section of twenty kindergarten students. William S. Mann, former Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, nurtured the development of the parish school from 1953 until he left St. Paul's in 1969. With the addition of sections and grades, enrollment grew to 243 students by 1965. In 1966 Jack Noble White joined the staff at the church as organist/choirmaster and minister of youth. He then succeeded Rev. Mann as Headmaster of the growing school. St. Paul's ceased to be a parish school with its incorporation as an independent institution in 1968, yet maintained its parochial core in Episcopal dogma as complement to a growing academic curriculum.. The original Dogwood Lane campus, which included the main building and 5 acres (20,000 m2), was purchased in 1969. Primary grades remained housed at the church property with upper levels moving to the new property only two blocks away. Students of that year's 6th grade class progressed throughout each following school year - becoming original members of each grade level - until expansion was complete through grade 12. In 1974, the first graduation was held for 73 seniors. Mr. White had completed the expansion of the church school that Rev. Mann had begun. That summer of 1974 found St. Paul's with 53 employees and 800 students. Jack Noble White's vision and leadership remained active as Headmaster into 1976 and at the church through 1977. He was followed by Headmasters Webb Reyner (previously Asst. Headmaster under White) and Rufus Bethea.



The school has a four-level structure: the Lower School (Pre-K through 2nd grade), the Intermediate School (3rd grade and 4th grade), the Middle School (5th grade through 8th grade), and the Upper School (9th grade through 12th grade).[4]


The main campus houses the Intermediate School, Middle School, and Upper School grade-levels. The main building, off Dogwood Lane, can be found on "The Horseshoe." "The Horseshoe" is a looping driveway that surrounds Saints' Square, a memorial-square and common meeting place on the school's campus. Also located on the main campus are buildings containing 85 classrooms, auxiliary buildings, two gymnasiums, a football field and track, a baseball field, a softball field, multiple practice fields, and a cafeteria.[5]

The Lower School campus is separate from the school's main campus and can be found 0.4 miles down Old Shell Road at the same location as the church associated with the school.


St. Paul's has won a total of 178 Alabama state championships in 18 sports, including: baseball, girls' basketball, girls' cross-country, boys' cross-country, football, boys' golf, girls' golf, girls' indoor track, boys' indoor track, girls' soccer, girls' swimming and diving, boys' swimming and diving, girls' tennis, boys' tennis, girls' outdoor track, boys' outdoor track, volleyball, and girls' heptathlon.[6]

St. Paul's also has a long-standing athletic rivalry with UMS-Wright, another local private high school that is just 2.2 miles away down Old Shell Road. In football, the two teams meet every year in the "Battle of Old Shell Road."[7]

St. Paul's has been coined as being a "Pathway to the pros"[8] by regional news media in recent years referring to the vast number of professional athletes who were local stars appearing first at SPS athletic events.

Notable alumni



  1. ^ "About - At a Glance". Saint Paul's Episcopal School. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  2. ^ "Admissions - Tuition". Saint Paul's Episcopal School. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  3. ^ "St Paul's Episcopal School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Academics". Saint Paul's Episcopal School. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  5. ^ "Campus Facilities". Saint Paul's Episcopal School. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  6. ^ "Trophy Case". Saint Paul's Episcopal School. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  7. ^ "Coastal Alabama Week 10 Schedule: Battle of Old Shell Road highlights slate". Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  8. ^ "Local High School is pathway to the Pros". WKRG (CBS) News in Mobile, AL. Retrieved 6 February 2015.
  9. ^ "Mark Barron". Retrieved 30 October 2013.
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  11. ^ "Destin Hood". Retrieved 6 February 2015.
  12. ^ "Chevis Jackson". Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  13. ^ "Anthony Jones". Retrieved 6 February 2015.
  14. ^ "AJ McCarron Stats". ESPN. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
  15. ^ Janes, Chelsea (August 20, 2012). "Pirates recall McPherson, Wilson".
  16. ^ "Jake Peavy". Retrieved 30 October 2013.

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