Announcements

  • Ash Wednesday

    This week's school Mass will be held on Wednesday to celebrate Ash Wednesday. All are welcome to attend at 8:30 for Mass with the distribution of ashes. The parish is also offering a Communion Service w/ ashes at 12:30 and a Mass at 5:30 p.m.

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  • Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Conferences are Thursday, Feb. 11 from 5-8 p.m. Schedules went home with students on Friday. 

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  • Midwinter Break

    There is no school on Friday, Feb. 12 and Monday, Feb. 15. Enjoy your long weekend!

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Welcome to our School

St. Paul the Apostle School has served students in grades preschool through eighth for fifty years. We provide a God-centered education, fostering spiritual, intellectual, aesthetic, social and physical growth, which will enable students to live as faith-filled Catholics in a diverse world.

Hot Lunch Menu

  • 2/8/2016

    4" Ham or Turkey Subway Sub, Chips, Apple Slices, and a Cookie.

  • 2/9/2016

    Scrambled Eggs, Bagel, Hashbrown Patty, Yogurt with Granola, and Applesauce.

  • 2/11/2016

    Chicken Nuggets, Snack Mix, Oranges and Strawberries, and a String Cheese.

  • 2/16/2016

    Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, and Applesauce.

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A Message from Fr. Ernie

Fr. Ernie  
 
Dear Friends,
 
Since 1965, St. Paul the Apostle School has been a cornerstone of the community, serving families who live in Grand Rapids, Cascade, Forest Hills, Kentwood and beyond. Much has changed in the 50 years since our doors first opened, yet our values remain constant.
 
We provide Christ-centered learning and academic excellence in a nurturing environment.
 
In difficult economic times, times of shifting values, we believe Catholic education is more important than ever. It is worth fighting for. Our community -- generations strong -- has spoken: We are committed to St. Paul’s now and for generations to come. This commitment is an investment in our children, our parish, and our community an investment that will never lose its value.
 
We are passionate as we shape our future as a beacon for Catholic education.
 

Sincerely,

Msgr. Ernest P. Schneider

Pastor