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SPSG is a member of the Online School for Girls
St. Paul’s School for Girls is a consortium member of the Online School for Girls (OSG), a non-profit institution whose mission is to “provide the best education in a digital environment for girls.” This exciting addition to our academic program enriches learning opportunities for our girls.
SPSG’s membership in the consortium has expanded course offerings for our upper-school students; enhanced global connections through online classroom experiences; provided an online setting that is especially created for girls and the ways they learn; increased flexibility in scheduling; and prepared our girls for the online educational experiences they will find in college and beyond – helping to fulfill our mission to prepare students for life in the complex world of the 21st century.
Our inclusion in this ground-breaking initiative is a testament to our commitment to teaching girls the way girls learn best; to our superior academic program; to our enthusiastic and bright students; to our technological know-how; to our visionary trustees; and to our dedicated and forward-thinking faculty who have been exploring online schooling as part of the summer “think tank” for the last two years.
For more information, please visit the Online School for Girls website.
Consortium member schools:
Atlanta Girls School, The Ellis School, Harpeth Hall School, Hockaday School, Holton-Arms, Laurel School, Marlborough School, Miss Porter's School, School of the Holy Child, St. Mary's Episcopal School, St. Paul's School for Girls, Westover School
The Online School for Girls provides an exceptional all-girls educational experience by connecting girls worldwide through relevant and engaging coursework in a dynamic online learning community.
Guided by current research on how girls learn best, the School has dedicated itself to the following principles:
Connection - Emphasize connection among participants;
Collaboration - Incorporate collaboration into the learning experience;
Creativity - Inspire and reward creativity;
Application - Engage in real-world problems and applications while having students probe the social and ethical dynamics that define and stretch our global society.