Coed Pre & Lower

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Lower school students dressed up as superheroes in class

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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Preschool students smiling and laughing

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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Lower school boy high-fiving his teacher

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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A baby

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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Lower school girl holding painted egg that says %22be kind%22

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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Preschool students laughing with teacher

More than Learning. Adventuring.

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Lower school students working on building a bike

More than Learning. Adventuring.

Welcome to St. Paul’s Pre & Lower School

St. Paul's Pre and Lower School is a coeducational, independent day school serving children from 6 weeks through grade 4 in two buildings on our Brooklandville campus. At St. Paul's, we commit ourselves to matching the brilliant energy and enthusiasm of our girls and boys with immersive, hands-on opportunities that reward their intrinsic desire for new experiences. With a curriculum that incorporates global awareness, good citizenship, and social-emotional growth, we help our students discover their world—and themselves too. It’s never too early to begin adventuring, and the adventure starts here.

323

Students

14-16

Typical Class Size

28%

Diversity of Student Body

120

Minutes of Physical Activity Per Day

200+

Each month, students bring in a bagged lunch to be donated through organizations such as Manna House and the Assistance Center of Towson Churches.

Lunches for the Hungry packed each month by lower school students

12

Animals in the Community Garden
Lunch Packing Tips

As our youngest learners begin to return to campus, here are some helpful tips for packing lunches:

Monitoring the COVID-19 Situation

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.