Tag Archives: St. Paul’s

New Theater Director Begins New Era in St. Paul’s Theater

St. Paul’s new theater director revealed the 2018-2019 season in a surprise announcement in the school’s century-old theater. In a divergence in St. Paul’s theater tradition, Gordon Carmadelle selected two plays based on their connection to current events: To Kill a Mockingbird and Newsies. “I chose Mockingbird because after all these years, it’s still and relevant and […]

Campus Drainage Problems Reveal Location of Underground Creek

UPDATED: March 23, 2018, 11:30 a.m. – Updated photography (COVINGTON, La.) St. Paul’s School rests on a manicured 40-acre campus nestled within the heart of Old Covington.  The sidewalks are lined and littered with beautiful azalea bushes, pine trees, and even the occasional century-old oak tree. Additionally, students have the pleasure of switching classes between […]

Wolves Down Bears in Semifinals, Advance to First Basketball State Championship in School History

(LAKE CHARLES, La.) Thursday, March 8, 2018, was already a historic day for St. Paul’s, as the Basketball Wolves were competing in their first ever semifinal game in Lake Charles, Louisiana, at Burton Coliseum. However, the day became one of the most memorable in the school’s storied history as the 2018 Basketball Wolves advanced to […]

GALLERY: Basketball Wolves Defeat Brother Martin in Quarterfinals, Will Face Catholic High in Semifinals

UPDATED: March 8, 2018 12:58 p.m. (COVINGTON, La.) The St. Paul’s Wolves basketball team defeated the Brother Martin Crusaders by a score of 78-66 in the LHSAA quarterfinal match on Friday, March 2, sending the Wolves to the semifinals to face Catholic High on Thursday, March 8. Senior Parker Edwards finished with 35 points, and […]