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Small Schools. Big Opportunities.

 

Welcome to the St. Paul's Schools

The St. Paul’s Schools is a family of independent schools in Baltimore County, Maryland. Serving children from infancy through grade 12, our three schools share a 120-acre campus, an Episcopal tradition, and a focus on developing confident, well-balanced students who will use their education and ethics to improve the world. At St. Paul’s, students benefit from learning in a small-school environment with the unparalleled opportunities that only a large campus can provide. Students of all ages feel safe to stretch their capabilities, uncovering the possibilities in themselves and the world around them.

120

Acres

1,413

Total Enrollment

240

Total Faculty

81%

Faculty with Advanced Degrees

6,687

Living Alumni

42%

Families Receiving Need-Based Tuition Assistance

$15K

Median Need-Based Tuition Assistance Award

29%

Students of Color
Beth Stiles Awarded the 2024 Cathy McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award

In May 2024, Middle School Science Teacher Beth Stiles was awarded the 2024 Cathy McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award for her efforts in promoting green initiatives on our campus and beyond. Named for long-time staff member Cathy McAuliffe, the McAuliffe Award recognizes outstanding contributions by a St. Paul’s student, teacher, staff member, or group that promotes a more environmentally sustainable campus and planet.

Four Middle School Faculty Awarded 2024 Knipp Trip Grants

Four St. Paul’s middle school teachers were awarded 2024 Knipp Trip Grants in spring 2024. Established in 2019 to honor Mr. Knipp for his 25 years of service as a teacher, coach, and mentor, the Howard F. "Howdy" Knipp III Fund provides middle school faculty grants to pursue restorative trips in the great outdoors.