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St. Paul pupils
seek college degree

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De La Salle

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Catholic Schools Week

St. Paul pupils seek college degree

At St. Paul School in San Pablo, Principal Natalie Lenz-Acuña notes that "All of our eighth-graders are accepted into private high schools and most recently we have been tracking — 97 percent go on to college."

St. Paul School is located off Interstate 80 and San Pablo Avenue in San Pablo.

"We have a wonderful parent community, excellent teachers and great kids, preschool to Eighth Grade," she said. "We are a faith-based school who teach by example. Our class sizes are small. We teach the whole child guided by common core standards."

"We incorporate social /emotional and executive functioning skills into our teaching and learning. We subscribe to positive discipline making behavior and personal success an attractive choice," the principal said.

Music, art, Spanish and physical education are taught during the week, and through a 21st Century Foundation grant, there is free after school care, including homework time.

For more information, www.st-paulschool.org or 510-233-3080.

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