Small Schools. Big Opportunities.
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 identity, 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.
Students at The St. Paul’s Schools enjoy a wide range of opportunities across campus. Access to a multitude of facilities and programs provides flexibility for students to explore new interests with the loving guidance of our faculty.
The Hub is the lower school’s immersive science and engineering lab, combining a 21st-century makerspace with a community garden where students experience life sciences firsthand by caring for plants and animals.
The Bridges program, founded at St. Paul’s in 1993, is committed to the long-term success of motivated Baltimore City youth. Baltimore City students enter a multifaceted support system at the end of third grade and participate through college and beyond.
A two-year exploratory program for juniors and seniors that empowers students to develop a research question in a field of interest. Students pursue solutions with the support of a faculty advisor and an off-campus expert, who serves as a mentor.
St. Paul’s has a famed tradition of singing which builds upon a foundation established in Lower School, extends through the Crusader Choir in Middle School, and culminates in the Upper School.
Students are given the opportunity to have an interdisciplinary, project-based experience where they are offered alternative topics of study and unconventional approaches to learning in an effort to ignite students’ passion for discovery and exploration.
As early as infancy, we are building the emotional intelligence of our learners, teaching them to recognize and describe feelings in themselves and in others, while guiding them on how to manage their emotions and impulses.
Crusader Con is a capstone project that challenges each eighth-grade student to become a thought leader and skilled communicator.
Our students love coming to school. In preschool, our highly experienced early-childhood experts focus on creating a positive and nurturing setting where children feel safe to explore and adventure.
Widely recognized as the most challenging and respected pre-university course of study anywhere in the world, the International Baccalaureate Program helps students develop the tools needed for success in an increasingly interconnected world.
SPSG believes that a sound understanding of personal finance is critical to the development of confident, independent young women. Currently, we are offering financial literacy seminars and electives at each grade level.
Each year the lower school community works together to provide lunches to those in need through organizations such as Manna House and the Assistance Center of Towson Churches.
SPSG's career exploration program offers students opportunities to venture off-campus to see how their talents, passions, and academic interests translate to the "real world."
Our unique WIN (“Whatever I Need”) Program sets aside time each day for our teachers and learning specialists to provide personalized instruction tailored to a student’s interests and progress level.
In the middle school at St. Paul’s School for Boys, students are shaped by the supportive relationships and unique learning opportunities provided through the mentoring program.
As our youngest learners begin to return to campus, here are some helpful tips for packing lunches:
The St. Paul's Schools is monitoring the global COVID-19 situation and planning for a variety of possible scenarios. Nothing is more important to us than protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff.