St. Paul's Episcopal School, 161 Dogwood Ln, Mobile
St. Paul's Episcopal School is an independent coeducational K-8 school in Oakland, across the bay from San Francisco, California. St. Paul's Episcopal School is a separate, independent entity that builds on the progressive tradition of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Oakland since its founding in 1871. St. Paul's School was Show more...
founded in 1975 by Rev. Canon David R. Forbes - who was the founding headmaster of San Francisco's Cathedral School for Boys - and Rev. Donald W. Seaton. Our founders believed in the moral requirement to serve others and discovered that Service Learning is a powerful way to teach critical thinking, math, writing, history, and science.
Families at the School are from all faith traditions, or none. The weekly Chapel is non-denominational and student-run. Chapel presentation topics include Rosh Hashanah, Chinese New Year, the Day of the Dead, and Ramadan.
The School is accredited by California Association of Independent Schools and Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Head of School Karan Merry is a past board chair of the National Association of Independent Schools. She currently serves on the board of Lick-Wimerding High School.