Interim Head of School

Dr. Edward M. Trusty, Jr. began as the interim head of school at St. Paul's School for Boys in July 2020 with a two-year appointment.

A highly respected leader and educator with Baltimore roots and a strong background in all-boys education, Ed joined St. Paul's from The Kinkaid School in Houston where he was the interim head and held various administrative roles from July 2014 through June 2020. Prior to that, he was head of the lower school at Calvert School after serving on the faculty at Gilman School for 13 years.

Ed grew up in Baltimore City and graduated from Gilman in 1991. He went on to complete a bachelor's degree and a Master of Arts in teaching at the University of Virginia, then a doctorate in education at Morgan State University, where his dissertation examined "Achievement Patterns of Students in an Elite, Male Independent School."

A Message from Dr. Edward M. Trusty, Jr. 

Interim head of School

In an ever-changing world, St. Paul's School for Boys remains focused on three key constants: our Episcopal roots, our focus on supporting and challenging boys, and our belief that learning is best achieved through meaningful connections between teachers and students. St. Paul's School for Boys is a small school that offers big opportunities.

Our beautiful campus and state-of-the-art facilities provide endless possibilities in academic, arts, and athletic programs. We have an exceptional faculty and staff, a diverse and talented student body, and a school community noted for its uncommonly strong bonds.

Our all-boys upper school offers the rigorous International Baccalaureate Program and additional curriculum offerings through a coordinated program with St. Paul’s School for Girls. No other school in Baltimore offers the programs and opportunities that we have at The St. Paul’s Schools.

Our website will provide you a great deal of information about St. Paul’s, but to get a full sense of who we are, I urge you to contact us to learn more. 

Dr. Edward M. Trusty, Jr.

Interim Head of School Communications