We offer instruction in the following academic areas:

Religion

English and Reading

Mathematics

Social Studies

Science

Technology Applications

Health and Physical Education

Music

Art

Accelerated Reader Program

St. Paul Lutheran School continues to support the Accelerated Reader (AR) Program, a motivational reading program intended to encourage independent reading in all students (K through 5th grade).  The premise of the program is to place emphasis on reading practice as measured by percent correct and points earned from AR quizzes based on the student’s “Zone of Proximal Development” (ZPD Range).  The ZPD Range is the range of reading difficulty that is challenging and enjoyable, but does not frustrate the reader.  The AR quizzes are intended to hold students accountable for reading practice and ensure that students have read and understood a particular book.  Customized reports are generated to assist teachers in identifying which learning gaps need to be filled.  The AR Program is not used in calculating a student’s grade for a particular grading period.  

The children at St. Paul love music class!  Here is more information about what we are learning.

Prek-1st Grade:  Our curriculum uses classical music to teach the foundations of music through movement, art, playing instruments, and singing. Because of our low student to teacher ratio, all students get a chance to learn piano basics, as well as getting individualized instruction.

2nd-4th Grade:  We participate in the Carnegie Hall Link Up curriculum, through which students get a chance to play recorder and sing with the Kingsville Symphony Orchestra.  We also learn how to read music and how to play handbells.

All students also get to sing many Christian songs, both at music class and at our weekly chapel services.  We bring this music to local nursing homes several times a year.  On the last Saturday of April, we bring this music to the community as we sing at Bishop's Wildhorse Desert Roundup.

For more information about our music program, contact Allison Ulmer at 361-236-5507 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..