St. Paul's Kindergarten was started in 1969, to serve the children of families wanting a Christian education for their children. In 1980, the congregation expanded its Christian educational ministry with a preschool. Starting with one small class it grew to three classes in addition to the Kindergarten class.
In 1990, a long-time dream was realized with the establishment of a Christian elementary school starting with first grade and adding an additional grade each year until reaching eighth grade.
In 1994, the Barnabas House was purchased and remodeled to state specifications and was opened in August of that year as a certified child care center. In 2001, long-range plans to build an elementary education wing began. In September 2004, the new elementary wing with 7 classrooms and a library/computer lab was opened. Today St. Paul has a thriving preschool program in the Barnabas House and hosts pre-kindergarten through fifth grade classes in its elementary building. In 2016, St. Paul School purchased Smart Board technology for all of our elementary classrooms.