Fast Facts

Saint Vincent de Paul Parish School

1385 E. Spring Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
(801) 277-6702

Mission: Saint Vincent de Paul Parish School is a Christ-centered community where each person is a valued child of God. We are dedicated to cultivating the mind and the heart.

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School is operated by St. Vincent de Paul Parish within the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City. St. Vincent’s is a co-educational infant – 8th grade Catholic school, opened to all faiths, and committed to helping each child realize their full potential. St. Vincent’s school has had an outstanding record of student achievement and success for 50 years. The staff and administration work diligently to maintain high academic and moral standards at the school.

General Facts

  • School founded in 1963 and opened in 1964
  • Accredited by Western Catholic Education Association of Schools and Colleges
  • Current enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year is 259 students
  • Childcare and Early Development (Infant – Age 3)
  • Pre-Kindergarten: (Age 4)
  • Elementary School: (Grades K – 5th)
  • Middle School: (Grades 6th – 8th)
  • Full Uniform Requirement
  • Tuition for 2019-2020 school year: Grades K-8th $7,763 plus fees, Pre-K $3,880
  • Tuition Assistance Available for families in need
  • Extended Daycare Center on property (Opened 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
  • Nano Nagle Children’s Center (on property) for working parents (Infant through 3 year old childcare)


Located on 22 acres of land, the property includes a church and school community campus. The Holy Family Hall-serves hot lunch, has a band room and is used for general purposes related to school functions. The Benvegnu Center is also available for school-related activities. The outdoor pavilion is used for lunch during good weather and for arts and craft projects. The Mother Theresa’s Extended Daycare Center offers our parents a safe place to bring their children before and after school. The Nano Nagle Childcare Center (for infants through 3 year olds) opened in 2009. In addition, Saint Vincent’s school has a gymnasium, playground, prayer garden, stations of the cross path and athletic fields all located on the Saint Vincent’s property.

St. Vincent de Paul Parish and School use pond water on the lawns and other vegetation. Water from Big Cottonwood Creek travels through our property and collects in a pond at the southeast corner of the playing fields. From there, the water is pumped to the sprinklers around the property. We are proud to conserve resources by using our pond water!

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Academic Strengths

  • Recognized for the Highest of Standards in Parochial Academic Accreditation (NWASC)
  • Credentialed and experienced classroom teachers
  • Computer Lab with 36 Computers and high-speed internet access
  • SMART boards in every classroom
  • iPads in every classroom
  • Chrome Books for all Middle School Students
  • On-Campus Library
  • Language exposure and instruction in Spanish for all grade levels
  • Physical Education Programs for all grade levels
  • Music Instruction for all grade levels (Grades are split for 5th-8th where guitar, handbells and orff instruments are taught and 4th graders have the option to join beginning band.)
  • Fine Arts Programs: Weekly Art Classes, Missoula Children’s Theatre ,and Artist in Residence Week
  • Hands on Science Program
  • Student Council
  • Mock Trial for 7th and 8th graders
  • Exploratory Fridays for Middle School Students (Program offered for 6 weeks that engage students to learn unique subjects such as cooking, filmmaking, and autoshop.)
  • Geography, Poetry and Writing Competitions
  • Middle School Students Participate in Science Fair
  • Middle School Students have Accelerated Math available (Grades 6th through 8th)
  • Strong Parent Participation (Close to 10,000 Voluntary Hours Last School Year)
  • Active Home and School Association

Extracurricular Activities

  • School Band (Beginner and Honors)
  • School Choir
  • Sports (Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer).
  • Football & Lacrosse Available through the local Catholic High Schools
  • Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
  • Beginning Golf After School Program
  • Girls on the Run Program
  • After School Ski and Snowboard Program on Fridays in the winter months