History of St. Paul

St. Paul Lutheran School is a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod school system, which is the second largest parochial school system in the nation. There are over 2,400 Lutheran schools educating 270,000 students. Lutheran schools employ approximately 18,000 teachers and administators. Dedicated teachers are equipped by eight universities and two seminaries maintained by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

St. Paul Lutheran School in Catonsville was established as a morning Kindergarten in 1957. In 1960 St. Paul Lutheran Church added the elementary grades. A Nursery School for four year olds was added in 1974, and in 1978 our early childhood program was expanded to include three-year-old children. A two-year-old program was recently added in 2008. For more than fifty years, St. Paul School has been dedicated to offering a challenging and rewarding educational experience in a Christ-centered environment.