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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.




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Class of 2024 on graduation day

The class of 2024 gathered on Hamilton Lawn on June 8, to celebrate their graduation with friends, families, and the St. Paul’s community. Three members of the class of 2024 were honored with special awards. Tommy Sharps ‘24, Jake Kinney ‘24, and Matthew Sola ’24 earned the Kinsolving-Hamilton Award, the Arthur B. Kinsolving Fellowship Award, and the Alumni Medal, respectively. 

During the plaque ceremony, where the senior class gathered with faculty for the unveiling of the plaque that bears their names, Upper School Dean of Students and History Teacher Kevin Benzing was presented the Spratley Award for Outstanding Student Mentoring by Jack Pellington '12. 

St. Paul's School for Boys Employees Honored at Closing Meeting

St. Paul’s employees celebrated the conclusion of the 2023–2024 year during closing meeting on June 6. Head of School Ed Trusty thanked teachers for all their hard work, presented several faculty awards, and recognized Kim Sauter for her 24 years of dedicated service. Several faculty were presented awards for their excellence in teaching and coaching, their embodiment of St. Paul’s mission and values, and their contributions to the life of the school.