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The St. Paul’s Schools offer something unique. Our community provides coeducational and single-gender opportunities to cultivate student growth and academic achievement. From cradle to college, we empower boys and girls of all ages to learn in the ways that suit them best.

 
 

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Head of School Penny Evins shares her final message for our graduates on following their hearts and making space for feeling. "Claiming what you need to feel —which is not always "happy" and Insta-perfect— is a sign of maturity and wisdom. It is what you need as you turn toward the big work you have ahead of you—life after SPSG." Speaking on behalf of the senior class, Maggie Frederick '19, spoke of their journey throughout years at SPSG and the sisterhood they will carry with them into the future. "The community at SPSG truly feels like a second home, and we are grateful for everything St. Paul's has done for us."
After 15 years as SPSG's varsity volleyball coach, Kelli Wilkinson shared this spring that she will be stepping down from her role. As the Head Coach of the Varsity Volleyball Program at St. Paul's School for Girls, her teams captured eight IAAM Conference regular season championships in between 2002 and 2018, as well as five tournament championships between 2002 and 2013. In her 15 years as head coach, Coach Wilkinson's overall record at SPSG is an impressive 225-56.
Head of School Penny Evins shares her final message for our graduates on following their hearts and making space for feeling. "Claiming what you need to feel —which is not always "happy" and Insta-perfect— is a sign of maturity and wisdom. It is what you need as you turn toward the big work you have ahead of you—life after SPSG." Speaking on behalf of the senior class, Maggie Frederick '19, spoke of their journey throughout years at SPSG and the sisterhood they will carry with them into the future. "The community at SPSG truly feels like a second home, and we are grateful for everything St. Paul's has done for us."
The St. Paul's Schools are pleased to announce the Howard F. Knipp III Endowment at The St. Paul's Schools, established by family and friends of Howard F. "Howdy" Knipp III in honor of his retirement after 25 years teaching Middle School science at St. Paul's School. Reflecting Howdy's lifelong commitment to the environment, the Knipp Fund will support faculty development and student activities in the Middle Schools of both St. Paul's School and St. Paul's School for Girls, with an emphasis on the outdoors and the environment.
Head of School Penny Evins delivered her final Prayers speech to our community, reflecting upon the nearly 30 speeches she has given during her six years as our fearless leader. In turn, the SPSG community took the opportunity to surprise Mrs. Evins with a heartfelt tribute in appreciation of all she has done for our school.
SPSG welcomed alumna Dr. Bronwyn Lewis Friscia '04 to speak at Alumnae Prayers and kick off Green & White Weekend 2019. As a former SGA President during her time at SPSG, Dr. Friscia once again took the podium to speak to the student body, faculty and staff, and fellow alumnae about the incredible opportunity at SPSG to develop one's skills and strengths surrounded and supported by a community of women, as well as the importance of striving to become creators, rather than consumers, in our greater world.
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
11232 Falls Road
P.O. Box 8000
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
TEL: 410-823-6323
SECURITY: 443-862-2294
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