Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul School- Located west of St. Louis near Washington, Missouri.
We provide the highest quality of Catholic based preschool through eighth grade education
for youth of all denominations.
† Our Vision
Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis reflect a visible
faith community. Rooted in the teachings of Jesus, these schools are
enriched by Catholic tradition and lived Gospel values and are enhanced by
the celebration of liturgy, sacrament, and prayer. They further the children’s
knowledge and practice of their faith and guide them to serve others through
the use of their gifts and talents. They foster a safe and secure environment
in which the children can grow.
Catholic elementary schools are child-centered and are committed to
providing strong academic and developmental programs which enable
children to grow to their full potential. They empower the children to meet the
challenges of living in an ever-changing racially and culturally diverse world.
The faculty and staff of these schools are faith-filled, dedicated,
knowledgeable and competent in their professions, and strive to meet the
individual needs of the children. These schools are sensitive to family issues
and encourage parents/guardians to fulfill their role as the first educators of
† Our Mission
St. Vincent de Paul School shares a rich heritage of Catholic belief and
education. As God’s people, our mission is to make Jesus Christ present in
our daily lives through Divine Worship, Christian education, and service to all
people; and to strive to give glory and honor to God through ethical conduct,
Christ centered education, caring hearts, and responsible lives.
† What Sets Us Apart?
At St. Vincent de Paul we offer the following:
-F.A.S.T. (Fun After School Time) 3:00pm- 6:00pm
-Supervised Study (free) 3:00pm- 3:30pm
-All School Mass twice a week
-We Serve PreK (3 and 4 year olds) through 8th grade
|Vincent de Paul
Born April 24, 1581
Died September 27, 1660
He was a French Roman Catholic
priest who dedicated himself to
serving the poor. He is venerated
as a saint in the Catholic Church
and the Anglican Communion.
He was canonized in 1737.
He was renowned for his
compassion, humility and