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St. Paul Orthodox School nurtures charity, curiosity, and courage so that students may pursue wisdom, love the Good, and strive toward perfect humanity.

As a ministry of St. Paul Orthodox Church, St. Paul Orthodox School’s structure, calendar, and curriculum are reflections of our liturgical life. Our holistic approach recognizes that children are unique individuals and relational beings whose lives are enriched when people, ideas, endeavors, and disciplines are connected. We strive toward perfect humanity so that we may one day stand with the community of saints and hear our Lord say, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”

We are accepting applications for students grades 9-12 for the 2024-25 academic year. For more information, contact our Head of School.

As a private Christian school, our faculty will challenge students to learn who God is, who they are, and how to work well with others. We prepare students to excel academically and study at the college and university level. We emphasize a theology of education with three values: the Socratic method (in theory and practice), an inquiry based-method, and an integrative method. We focus on giving students valuable information, asking the students questions, and then refining the way the students understand the information.

With a student-to-teacher ratio of 12:1, our school is rooted in the theology of education generally stated as “wonder into wisdom, knowledge into mastery.” We offer a theology of formation. The pedagogy of our three values is within our umbrella of “the theology of education.”

At St. Paul, the timeless Christian worldview permeates everything we do without sacrificing academic excellence. Through our faculty, environment, and curriculum we deliver on this promise.


  • Eastern Orthodox Christian School
  • Grades 9-12
  • Four days a week of academic instruction
  • Mondays off/study hall option for restful learning
  • 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio
  • Standard Tuition is $6,500 for the year
  • Schedule
  • Calendar
  • FAQ
  • School Profile

A Day In The Life


St. Paul Orthodox School meets the Texas compulsory school attendance requirements.

Our 2×2 Formula: Core studies are taught on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Electives are taught on Wednesdays and Fridays. Our order of the day expresses the culture, liturgical rhythm, and academic excellence that are the foundation of our school. We begin with Chapel and a short teaching on the Feast or Saint of the day (optional for non-Orthodox). Tuesdays and Thursdays contain all core studies plus physical education. Wednesdays and Fridays are filled with instruction in fine arts and electives. The day ends with prayer before dismissal.

Tuesday/Thursday Schedule
8:00 AM – Chapel followed by Terrific Tuesday or Thrilling Thursday
8:15 AM – Class 1
9:30 AM – Class 2
10:45 AM – Class 3
12:00 PM – Lunch & Recess
1:00 PM – Class 4
2:15 PM – Physical Education/Elective
3:30 PM – Afternoon Prayer
3:35 PM – Pickup

Wednesday/Friday Schedule
8:00 AM – Chapel followed by Wonderful Wednesday or Fabulous Friday
8:15 AM – Elective 1
9:30 AM – Elective 2
10:45 AM – Elective 3
12:00 PM – Lunch & Recess
1:00 PM – Choir
2:15 PM – Elective 4
3:30 PM – Afternoon Prayer
3:35 PM – Pickup

Marvelous Mondays: Mondays are set aside for restful learning. We embrace a culture of lifelong learning. Students are encouraged to explore the skills and crafts they learn at school through practice and application at home. Field trips and service projects take place on some Mondays. Study Hall on Mondays is available except for holidays (noted in the calendar).