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.
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!
- WedMay24 Parents in Prayer Group 7:45 AM to 8:15 AMSP Chapel
- FriMay26 Parents in Prayer Group 7:45 AM to 8:15 AMSPSG's Benevolent Chapel