Remarkable Education in South OKC

SO EVERY CHILD CAN THRIVE

Who We Are

St. Paul’s Community School seeks to make a classical Christian education of the highest quality accessible to all families in Oklahoma City, regardless of income or ethnicity.

 

Our staff and educators pursue the good of our students, their families, and the community; work for unity and reconciliation and seek to develop local leaders.

 

A growing school, serving Pre-K – 5th grade, and adding a grade each year.

Every Child Is Made in the Image of God

We believe that children reflect the beauty of God and are precious to him. At St. Paul’s, we provide a learning environment that immerses children in the true, the good, and the beautiful. Our goal is that every child flourish, and every aspect of our curriculum is crafted to this end.

What We Offer

Excellent Classical Education
Our integrated curriculum includes phonics, literature, Latin, mathematics, science, history, and the arts.
Christ-Centered Environment
Our classrooms are full of singing and laughter. We love God and love one another for the glory of Christ.
Strong Family Partnership
We value the role of the family and partner with parents and care givers through training events and frequent communication.
Small Class Sizes
We limit our class size to 16 so that students are known personally and supported academically.
Affordable for Everyone
The generosity of donors allows every family the ability to pay what they can afford.
Highly Skilled Teachers
Each staff member is dedicated and equipped to teach with excellence.
Excellent Classical Education
Our integrated curriculum includes phonics, literature, Latin, mathematics, science, history, and the arts.
Christ-Centered Environment
Our classrooms are full of singing and laughter. We love God and love one another for the glory of Christ.
Affordable for Everyone
The generosity of donors allows families the ability to pay what they can afford.
Small Class Sizes
We limit our class size to 16 so that students are known personally and supported academically.
Strong Family Partnership
We value the role of the family and partner with parents and care givers through training events and frequent communication.
Highly Skilled Teachers
Each staff member is dedicated and equipped to teach with excellence.

At St. Paul’s Community School, no student is turned away for lack of funds.

Our partners make this possible.

St. Paul’s Community School exists to help meet the need for high-quality, affordable education on the south side of Oklahoma City. We believe every boy and girl in Oklahoma City, whatever his or her socio-economic background, deserves the best education we can provide. St. Paul’s is a private school primarily funded through the generous giving of supporters who believe every child should have access to quality, Christian education.

Important Information

Meet the Team

Pursuing the good for students and their families.

Morgan Shillow

Head of School

Alivia Barnett

Dean of Students

janet Spitler

Academic dean

JORDAN KEy

Advancement Officer

Stephanie Almaguer

Administrative Assistant

Lydia Domescik

Interventionist

Maria Gutierrez

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

Corinna Sosa

Instructional Assistant

Isela Corpus

Kindergarten Teacher

Esmeralda Guadarama

instructional Assistant

Madison Johnston

First Grade Teacher

Theresa McCoy

Second Grade Teacher

Raleigh Nannety

Third Grade Teacher

Ian White

Fourth Grade Teacher

Andrew Colby

Fifth Grade Teacher

Morgan Shillow

Head of School

Alivia Barnett

Dean of Students

janet Spitler

Academic dean

JORDAN KEy

Advancement Officer

Stephanie Almaguer

Administrative Assistant

Lydia Domescik

Interventionist

Maria Gutierrez

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

Corinna Sosa

Instructional Assistant

Isela Corpus

Kindergarten Teacher

Esmeralda Guadarama

instructional Assistant

Madison Johnston

First Grade Teacher

Theresa McCoy

Second Grade Teacher

Raleigh Nannety

Third Grade Teacher

Ian White

Fourth Grade Teacher

Andrew Colby

Fifth Grade Teacher

Interested in joining our team?

Classical Christian education aims not at just who a child will be in college as a 20 year old, but who they will be and how they will live their lives as a 60, 70, and 80 year old. We seek to foster a lifelong pursuit of the intellectual and virtuous life in every student.”

Morgan Shillow

Head of School