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A satire of big business and all it holds sacred, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive, tackling such familiar but potent dangers as the aggressively compliant "company man," the office party, backstabbing coworkers, coffee addiction and, of course, true love. Big business means big laughs in this delightfully clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder.
Emma Connor Wesoloski '04 reflects on her time at SPSG and discusses what it means to wear her school ring.
With warmth and enthusiasm, I welcome you to the start of our 2017-18 school year at St. Paul's School for Girls! As we are all connected with the school year calendar, we share the common joys of anticipating a fresh start, continuing our journey as lifelong learners, renewing and building new relationships, and fostering an inclusive and respectful "home away from home" for your daughters.
The Dance Conservatory has been designed for beginning through advanced dancers to identify, nurture, develop, and train the Baltimore community's children in the art of dance. The program offers students the opportunity to foster and enrich their dance education through the development of technical proficiency, artistic growth, and creativity.
We are thrilled to announce that SPSG Trustee Ann Teaff is the winner of the National Coalition of Girls' Schools 2016-2017 Ransome Prize! The Ransome Prize is an annual award presented to a woman who has made outstanding contributions to the Coalition and one of its member schools to further the NCGS purpose to be the "leading advocate for girls' schools, connecting and collaborating globally with individuals, schools, and organizations dedicated to educating and empowering girls."
We are proud of these young women and their accomplishments! Of the 64 graduates from the Class of 2017, 75% took an AP course, there were 6,477 hours of community service earned, they received 125 acceptances to different colleges and universities, 72% earned scholarships & honors, there were 12 Cum Laude members, and 16 Sandbox Kids – students who have been with the St. Paul's Schools for 12 or more years.
Each year, SPSG 5th grade theatre students write a one-act play, which they submit to Center Stage's Young Playwrights' Festival (YPF). The YPF competition receives hundreds of submissions from all around the state of Maryland, and The Bad Llamas, written by Sophie Marano '24, was selected as one of 15 honorees! She visited Center Stage for a workshop where she partnered with a playwright mentor to polish her piece, and was honored during the mainstage ceremony on May 2. On June 2, YPF staff and actors from Center Stage visited SPSG to perform a staged reading of her play.
As a certified Maryland Green School, St. Paul's School for Girls is grateful for the support of the Lockhart Vaughan Foundation as we strive to increase awareness and education about the importance of environmental sustainability within our community. We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and preparing our students, in accordance with our mission, to become conscientious community members and active environmental citizens who serve in the world.
"Choices are in abundance, but making healthy choices is the key to success. Finding meaning and purpose in one's life is an area for discussion where our alumnae—no matter their zip code, graduation year, or lifestyle—want to linger."
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