Success takes many forms at St. Paul's School for Boys, a college preparatory school for grades 5 through 12. Across grade levels and disciplines, there are two driving tenets of an SP education: a symbiosis of challenge and support for each boy and a belief that learning is best achieved through deep connections between teacher and student. Our faculty and students incorporate a global awareness and a commitment to integrity into all they do. Notably, our upper school curricular offerings are enhanced through a coordinated program with St. Paul’s School for Girls. It’s more than a great education, it’s where boys thrive.
St. Paul's School for Boys offers students a wide variety of opportunities to inspire and challenge them. Through both curricular and co-curricular programs, St. Paul's students have the ability to explore new things, deepen their interests, and discover their natural gifts.
“Playing the whole game at the junior level” is the learning concept at the crux of SPSN, St. Paul’s Sports Network. The on-campus sports broadcasting club gives middle and upper school students an apprenticeship-style opportunity to stretch themselves, technically and creatively, while helping to grow the school’s fan base.
A cornerstone of the St. Paul’s middle school experience, the Crusader Con capstone project challenges each student to become a thought leader, thorough researcher, and skilled communicator, preparing them well for life beyond St. Paul's.
Global opportunities at The St. Paul’s Schools provides students in both our middle and upper schools the chance to travel and experience cultures different than their own.
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.
Laporte Hall, St. Paul's newest facility, contains greatly expanded acting labs and new, state-of-the-art indoor golf training center will provide a wealth of opportunities for the School's student actors and athletes.
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.
In October, eighth grade students left for the Appalachian trail as a part of St. Paul’s annual eighth grade Outward Bound trip.
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