Kelly Nocher '01
The Alumnae Association is dedicated to enhancing the mission, spirit, and future of the school by strengthening alumnae relationships through traditions, leadership, support, and philanthropy.
St. Paul's School for Girls Alumnae share experiences and traditions dating back to the opening of the school on the Brooklandville campus in 1959. Throughout the 60's and 70's, as the school and the numbers of graduates increased, the alumnae association developed into a strong organization of women dedicated to ensuring the future of the school. The Alumnae Association has contributed to both annual and capital campaigns, most recently raising over $250,000 to name the Alumnae Field.
Each year the association funds two scholarships, the Lannie Semans Smallwood ’66 Scholarship and the Alumnae Scholarship. With the development of a clear mission statement, the St. Paul's School for Girls Alumnae Association continues to promote the school through alumnae involvement in school activities and events that perpetuate the traditions of the school.
Our current alumnae board of 20 women chair nine committees and host seven annual events for the SPSG Alumnae. Alumnae in the community frequently serve as mentors for Junior and Senior Projects. Senior Day offers students the opportunity to meet and talk with alumnae, who share their advice and expertise. As a panelist for Women in Professions Day, alumnae discuss career paths and goals in a forum setting. The Alumnae Association sponsors the Baltimore Girl's School Leadership Coalition, which offers participants from SPSG the opportunity to hear keynote speakers and work with students from other local girls' schools in small groups to address challenges and issues facing women today.
Alumnae often express that their closest friendships were formed while at St. Paul’s School for Girls. There is also a deep sense of class spirit that keeps alumnae connected to each other and to the school. Throughout the year, alumnae join the SPSG community for school celebrations and traditions that remain a source of pride for all SPSG alumnae.
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