Growing Christian Leaders for Tomorrow.

St. Paul’s Lutheran School provides a Classical Lutheran Education for children ages three years old through 6th grade. Students attend daily chapel and study the Scriptures and Luther’s Small Catechism, in addition to receiving instruction in Phonics, Handwriting, Grammar, Mathematics, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Latin, and Physical Education.

Our mission at St. Paul’s Lutheran School is twofold: cultivating the mind and nourishing the soul. The liberal arts cultivate the mind and character of our students by focusing on what is good, true, and beautiful. The soul is nourished through the Holy Scriptures, the Lutheran confessions, and the liturgy and hymnody of the Church. This is what defines a Classical Lutheran Education: the liberal arts with Lutheran catechesis.

Meet Our Staff

Headmaster Rev. Gaub

Rev. Richard Gaub 


Teacher of Theology & Latin 

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Lauren McRae

Lauren McRea  

PK3 Teacher    

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Dana Kritner   

PK4 Teacher    

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Amy Cook

PK4 Teacher    

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Madelyn Feezell

Madelyn Feezell

Kindergarten Teacher      

Kristine Gaub

Kristine Gaub    

First Grade Teacher    

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Crystal Talley

Crystal Talley 

Second Grade Teacher    

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Lori Aleo

Third Grade Teacher         

Lynette Fagner     

Fourth Grade Teacher       

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Jonathan Moody 

Fifth Grade Teacher       

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Kate Phillips

Deaconess Kate Phillips 

Sixth Grade Teacher         

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Rev. Bussman

Rev. John Bussman   

Theology Teacher    

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Rev. Christopher Clark

Rev. Christopher Clark 

Theology Teacher      

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We would like to thank the Cullman Electric Cooperative Operation Roundup ProgramCullman-Jefferson Counties Gas District School Grant Program, parents, and friends of St. Paul’s Lutheran School for providing our teachers and students with valuable resources to help them thrive.