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.
As part of the upcoming Green & White Weekend, we are thrilled to welcome five of our outstanding alumnae back to campus for a Design Thinking Symposium on Friday, May 5. Our Upper School students will hear from each alumna and learn more about her respective career during a panel discussion and Q&A session.
"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."
We are thrilled to have been featured in a recent opinion piece published in The New York Times! At SPSG, we pride ourselves on making each individual student's strengths stronger. With loving and wise guidance from our faculty and staff, we strive to find the voice inside each and every student.
"This past week, I had the privilege of representing our school and attending national conferences for both organizations. Like you all, we at SPSG serve as mentors and coaches, building relationships with our girls."
In celebration of International Women's Day and the spirit of this year's theme "Be Bold for Change," SPSG welcomed alumna Courtney Williamson '05 to campus on March 9.
Recently in Prayers, members of the SPSG community celebrated the return of a longstanding tradition, the Athletic Sash. The sash is awarded to an Upper School student-athlete who has participated at the varsity level in three different sports during her time at SPSG. Students will once again start receiving this sash to honor their athletic commitment to the school.
Come join us for a summer full of fun! Our program, guided by highly-qualified, experienced, and caring staff, provides exciting days with theme-based activities. Campers will enjoy sports, music, art, water-play, gardening, cooking, Rebounders, special visitors, nature walks on our beautiful campus, and more! Girls and boys ages 2*-5 are welcome to join our summer camp adventures.
What does it take to inspire the next generation of women? Head of School Penny Evins talks about empowering young women with the skills, knowledge and confidence to lead. #StrengthsMadeStronger
SPSG Summer registration is now open! Register now for a variety of coed and all-girls programs from June-August that offer students hands-on and experiential learning!
SPSG student work is on display and featured in "The Art of Stewardship" held in conjunction with the annual MAEOE (The Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Education) conference.
Our fall/winter arts season at the St. Paul's Schools has truly featured something for everyone, and 2017 promises nothing less as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the opening of The Ward Center. From visiting artists to immersive performances and opportunities for travel, our students have been captivated, challenged, and honored. We hope to welcome you to campus soon for our upcoming events.
Students and faculty at St. Paul's and St. Paul's School for Girls spent Friday, January 13 listening to and discussing values espoused by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in his fight for freedom, justice, and understanding.
There were many fantastic stories at St. Paul's School for Girls this year. As we prepare to welcome 2017, join us in taking a look back at 10 of those stories from 2016.
During this special time of year, all of us at St. Paul's School for Girls wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season full of peace and joy.
St. Paul's School for Girls invites alumnae, parents, and friends for an evening of fun to benefit The Gator Fund and alumnae-sponsored scholarships. The evening will include dinner, live music, dancing, an auction, and more!
It is with great enthusiasm that St. Paul's School for Girls announces the appointment of Catalina Lucia Keilhauer to serve as Upper School Head/Assistant Head of School.
We are thrilled to announce that SPSG has been been named as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Work in Baltimore! Thank you to our amazing students, faculty, and staff for making this possible!
Congratulations to the six SPSG student athletes who signed their official letters of intent to play Division I athletics in college. These seniors were joined by their parents, teammates, coaches, Athletic Director Erin Howland, and Head of School Penny Evins.
"What is clear to me, and what I unabashedly believe, is that the work of SPSG is more urgent and significant than ever."
Read the latest issue of Spiritus, the magazine of St. Paul's School for Girls! #StrengthsMadeStronger