St. Paul's Preschool

History & Mission

History

St. Paul's School was established in the 1950’s as a Mother’s Day Out program. By 1973, the school expanded to include Preschool and Kindergarten programs. St. Paul's School was the first in Houston, and one of the first in the nation, to be accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). In 2007, the school was the first in the Houston area to earn reaccreditation under the new and expanded NAEYC standards. St. Paul’s School is licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) and is inspected annually.

Mission

St. Paul’s School is committed to providing a strong foundation for our children in a caring and loving environment of Christian faith. Emphasis is placed on nurturing each child’s self‐esteem and developing their creative potential. Classrooms with learning centers are designed to help young children learn through discovery and play. The school speaks to the needs of families by providing quality care for their children and assisting them with the tools needed for parenting. We offer parent education events and the opportunity to participate in the school community. It is St. Paul’s School’s mission to provide a positive, healthy, loving and fun environment for each child.