Principal Sherrill is a long-time fixture at St. Paul, having graduated from St. Paul Elementary School many years ago! He graduated from Southeast Missouri State University and taught science at Arcadia Valley from 2001-2006. From 2006-2012, he served as Principal at St. Paul Elementary School. In 2012, he became Principal of St. Paul High School. He has a Masters in Administration from William Woods University. “Coach” loves spending time with his wife and three daughters, and also enjoys sports of all kinds. He coaches Girls Basketball at SPLHS. Email: email@example.com
Mrs. Cara Robbs is the SPLHS Chapel Band instructor and office guru. After teaching at Fredericktown Elementary for seven years, Mrs. Robbs decided to join the St. Paul family. Mrs. Robbs also gives private music lessons and has had several students win state and national competitions under her direction. She hopes to keep the office running smoothly and assist our school in any way she can. Mrs. Robbs loves to cook, entertain, and play music with the worship team at her church. She lives in Farmington with her husband Tim, and their two fabulous girls, Shelby and Carly. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Band Instructor and Secretary
Mrs. Sarah Folk has been the SPLHS Language Arts teacher, as well as one of the middle school Language Arts teachers at St. Paul grade school, since 2012. She graduated from College of the Ozarks in 2005 with a B. A. in English and a B. A. in Philosophy and Religion. She earned her MAT from Missouri Baptist University in 2014. She lives in Farmington with her high school sweetheart, Jesse, and their three boys, William, Christian, and Mason. They belong to St. Paul Lutheran Church. Email:email@example.com
Joining our faculty in fall of 2016, Mr. Craig Vaughn was a great addition to our family. He is a professor at Mineral Area College and also a journalist at the Daily Journal in Farmington. He teaches dual-credit classes at the high school that include English Composition to Public Speaking. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
English, Public Speaking
Mr. Justin Ford, also known as Coach Ford, is husband to Crystal Ford and father to two daughters Harmony and Emma. He has been a resident of Farmington for 10 years and has always been an active member of the community. Here at St. Paul High School, he will serve as Athletic Director, head boys basketball, and soccer Coach. Coach Ford also teaches personal fitness and holds a certificate from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a sports performance coach. He has previously served as assistant JV and Varsity boys basketball coach at Grandview High School in Hillsboro, MO. Coach Ford has spent most of his time in the worlds of business and traveling basketball; he hopes to bring his experience to St. Paul Lutheran High School.
Coach Ford holds bachelor’s degree from New England College in Business Administration with a concentration in Data Analytics. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University Irvine.
Coach Ford hopes to help students build a legacy here at St.Paul, on and off the court. He believes athletics, infused with Christian values, can help to aid in the growth and development of students. “When Christ, academics, and athletics are unified in the right way, then there exists an environment to transform lives.”
Ms. Alexandria Berghaus joined our faculty in the fall of 2018 as an Agriculture Science instructor. The inaugural year of agricultural education at SPLHS includes courses in introductory agriculture, animal science, and advanced agricultural production. Ms. Berghaus graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with a B.S. in Plant Science and is currently finishing up a M.S. in Agriculture Education. She also manages her family cattle operation in southern St. Francois County. Ms. Berghaus plans to continually grow the agriculture program here at the high school, and hopes to charter an FFA chapter in the near future. Email: email@example.com