The 2020 issue of Confetti, our student literary magazine, has gone digital this year! SPSG is so appreciative to the many students who submitted writing, photography, and artwork. We hope that you will take time to read and experience all of the creative talents we have in our community.
The St. Paul's Schools is monitoring the global COVID-19 situation and planning for a variety of possible scenarios. Visit our COVID-19 information page where we share updates we have for the community.
At The St. Paul's Schools, we have been brainstorming ways to help our first responders, who are serving our community so courageously through this pandemic. As our health suites are not currently in use, we donated our N95 respirator masks, surgical masks, gloves, and paper bed rolls to The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Hopkins COVID-19 planning team.
Today we celebrate King's Vision Day, SPSG's annual celebration of the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We were thrilled to welcome alumna Jala Tucker '17 back to campus as our Prayers speaker to kick off the day of reflection and discussion. Now a junior at Hampton University, Jala shared an inspiring Prayers talk with the community, urging all students to push aside self-doubt and manifest their own dreams.
A year and a half ago, our schools came together to form The St. Paul's Schools. As part of this evolution, we have been working to ensure that our public image conveys our unique three-school model. Read more to learn about our process and unified brand identity.
This morning, Head of School Ereni Gleason Malfa '89 gave her fall Prayers talk. She discussed the need to feel belonging and connection, the importance of vulnerability and empathy, and the difference between "fitting in" and belonging." Mrs. Malfa expressed her hopes that we all find true belonging by presenting our "authentic, imperfect selves." The small (yet large) act of bravery of being our true selves is one of the most important steps to gain the confidence to take on bigger acts of bravery.
On Monday, September 16, community members of St. Paul's School for Girls gathered to celebrate a historic moment: the investiture of our first alumna Head of School, Ereni Gleason Malfa '89. Mrs. Malfa was honored by students, faculty, staff, trustees, and invited guests, including her mentor and a former head of Roland Park Country School, Mrs. Jean Waller Brune, who spoke on her behalf. Mrs. Malfa spoke about integrity, strength, compassion, and her commitments to the school. We are so grateful and glad she has returned home to SPSG.
- SunMay31 TDC Performance 4:00 PMWard Center
- MonJun01 Senior Project Luncheon 12:00 PM
- TueJun02 Middle School Field Day