Girls’ School



Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger


Strengths Made Stronger

Welcome to St. Paul's School for Girls

St. Paul’s School for Girls educates students in grades 5 through 12 in a community that feels like home, founded on principles of inclusion and compassion. At SPSG, we cultivate a bold and courageous community of unique girls who are ready to take on what matters most. Through small classes, real-world experiences, and a rigorous curriculum that is enhanced through coordination with the boys’ school, we empower voice and nurture intellectual curiosity. From physics to philosophy and from medicine to management—wherever their passions and talents lead them—our graduates are grounded in their beliefs and confident in their abilities to become the steadfast leaders the world needs. 




Acceptances at 146 Different Colleges & Universities


Advanced Placement Courses


Average Class Size


Diversity of Student Body


Community Service Hours Earned by the Class of 2023
Beth Stiles Awarded the 2024 Cathy McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award

In May 2024, Middle School Science Teacher Beth Stiles was awarded the 2024 Cathy McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award for her efforts in promoting green initiatives on our campus and beyond. Named for long-time staff member Cathy McAuliffe, the McAuliffe Award recognizes outstanding contributions by a St. Paul’s student, teacher, staff member, or group that promotes a more environmentally sustainable campus and planet.

SPSG Honors Ebony Harley ’05 and Joanne Bartlett During Green & White Weekend

On Friday, May 5, St. Paul's School for Girls welcomed alumnae from classes ending in three and eight to campus for Green & White Weekend. Alumnae Association President Ebony Harley '05 announced this year's recipients of the Green Apple Award and the Distinguished Alumna Award. Ann McKenzie ’83 was awarded the Green Apple Award and Janice Bledsoe ’81 was awarded the Distinguished Alumna Award.

Established by the Alumnae Association, the Green Apple Award recognizes significant dedication and achievement to one’s profession or community. An alumna, former parent, and beloved English teacher, Ann McKenzie ’83 certainly has shown her dedication to the St. Paul’s community.

The Distinguished Alumna Award is presented to an alumna who has exhibited outstanding achievement and dedication in a field or endear. A member of the class of 1981 and the White Team, Janice Bledsoe ’81 received the Distinguished Alumna Award for her significant contributions in the legal field.