Bankrupted Brothers: St. Paul’s Life in the Great Depression

Author’s Note:  Most local residents know the core history of the St. Paul’s School through both written records and stories that have been passed down. The school has had three generations of ownership. Dixon Academy (1900-1909) was a short-lived co-educational college preparatory school, which housed and taught students with the goal to proceed to Tulane […]


SPS Alum Shares Personal Struggles with Addiction to Educate Students

(COVINGTON, La) — St. Paul’s School juniors recently composed, completed, and presented orations to their Religion III classes concerning addictions to harmful substances. These presentations, paired with the personal testimony of Neil Woodall, an affected St. Paul’s alumnus, rounded out the assignment. “My time at St. Paul’s is something that will forever remain in my heart,” […]


SPS Students React to Colin Kaepernick’s ‘Stance’ Towards National Anthem

(SAN FRANCISCO) — With the NFL regular season starting, much attention has been brought to many of the players and their behaviors. One player in particular, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, has recently been surrounded with controversy because he refuses stand up for the National Anthem due to his political opinions. There have been […]

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