Multiple-day class trips for several grades are a part St. Paul Lutheran School tradition.
Middle School Retreat: Beginning of the year middle school retreat. All students in grades 6-8 begin the school year with a two-day retreat to build community, review expectations, and grow in faith.
Fourth Grade: After completing their unit on Florida history, 4th graders spend the day in Florida’s oldest city — St. Augustine, where they see firsthand this beautiful, historical city.
Fifth Grade: Once their space unit is completed, 5th graders have the opportunity to travel to and explore Kennedy Space Center.
Sixth Grade: Sixth graders travel by Charter bus to Tallahassee, Florida, the state capitol, for a 3 day/2 night trip with an emphasis on learning about government, history and the natural beauty of Florida.
Seventh Grade: Seventh graders travel by Charter bus to MarineLab in Key Largo, Florida for a 3 day/2 night trip. Students explore marine ecosystems while learning to dive and snorkel.
Eighth Grade: Eighth graders travel by plane to Washington D.C., our nation’s capitol, for a 3 day/2 night trip. After their yearlong study of American History, students have the opportunity to visit all the monuments, Ford Theatre, The Holocaust Museum, The Bible Museum, Gettysburg and much more.
"By far, the faculty member who has been a blessing to me the most is Mrs. Pahl. Mrs. Pahl has been a blessing to me in so many ways, like offering emotional support when I needed it most, and even praying with me when it seemed that there was no hope. She has helped me overcome so much, and I thank God that she taught me so much more than just social studies."
7 th Grade Student