Post Office Box 32650
Phoenix, AZ 85064
Call admissions department for current tuition.
9 month academic year
A college preparatory day and boarding school for young men.
An on-campus interview is required. To be accepted, not only must the school and the student agree that they are a good match, but the young man must be able to make a personal commitment to the Academy's philosophy and academic program. The Academy has an open admission policy based on space availability. Inquiries and applications are welcome throughout the year. New students are strongly recommended to attend a summer school session.
The student must agree that they are a good match for a boarding school.
Classes are recommended dependent upon the student's college requirements and career direction. There are 8-12 students in a class. Accreditation - North Central Association of Colleges and School, Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, and Golf
LIFE SKILLS SEMINARS that provide students guidance in learning and practicing specific skills that are crucial for success in high school, college and throughout life. These seminars are held weekly for one hour for the duration of one quarter. Each student is required to select 1-4 seminars depending how long the student has been enrolled at St. Paul’s. We require students to participate in the Substance Education program in addition to the seminars if they have experimented with drugs, alcohol, or prescription medications.
Each of our four dorms, located on five acres near our academic campus, offers your son a home-like atmosphere. Each dorm has its own living room, kitchen, dining room, and laundry area, and includes indoor and outdoor recreational areas.
St. Paul’s continues to provide individual and family counseling on a weekly and/or as needed basis
St. Paul's Preparatory Academy motivates young men to succeed in a challenging academic environment that inspires character development, leadership, and spiritual awareness.
Financial Aid is not provided for first year students. After completion of a student's first year, he may request a tuition reduction. House Bill 2074, The Arizona Tuition Tax Credit Law, allows Arizona taxpayers the option to give up to $625 annually to private education and $250 annually to public education, and reduce their state tax liability by this amount each year.
Our instructors are certified by the Arizona Department of Education and selected for their abilities to motivate, teach, and inspire each and every student.
Memberships - National Association of Independent Schools, Arizona Association of Independent Schools, The Secondary School Admission Test Board, National Association of Episcopal Schools, Arizona Interscholastic Association