We are excited that you are interested in our school, and we look forward to meeting your family! For over 160 years St. Paul Westlake has excelled providing a Christ-Centered education to the communities of Northeast Ohio.
The leadership and staff of St. Paul Westlake work to continually provide an exemplary academic experience that is Christ-Centered, Compassionate, and Cutting-Edge. We provide educational opportunities for students Preschool (3 yrs.) through eighth grade that develops each student spiritually, academically, physically, and socially. Our focus is on meeting the needs of each individual child through our well-rounded, challenging curriculum. Our staff is composed of experienced educators who daily bring a wealth of knowledge and a joy for teaching to the classroom. Come see what makes St. Paul Westlake such an amazing place for a child to learn and grow!
The application process is completed online through the TADS Admissions website. Click here: “Apply Now” to create a profile and start this process! After creating your profile, you will then have the flexibility to log in and out of your account and access your child’s application at any time.
After submitting the application, you will be able track online your admissions status at the school by logging into your account. There you will be able to print the completed applications, monitor when the school receives supplemental application forms, and if necessary reprint the supplemental forms.
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or you can call the school office (440) 835-3051.
We Look Forward to Meeting You
If you have not already done so, please consider making an appointment to visit our school. We would very much like to meet you, as well as give you a personal tour of our school and answer any questions you may have.
* St. Paul Westlake does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, employment practices, admission policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school activities.