Girls' School

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Nine middle & upper school-aged girls with their arms around each other

Strengths Made Stronger

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Middle school girl with art project

Strengths Made Stronger

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Middle & upper school girls singing in morning Prayers

Strengths Made Stronger

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Girl smiling in class

Strengths Made Stronger

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Middle school girls wearing goggles and working on science project

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Two girls with tennis raquets

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. 

445

Students

385

Acceptances at 169 Different Colleges & Universities

14

Advanced Placement Courses

14

Average Class Size

22%

Diversity of Student Body

7,526

Community Service Hours Earned by the Class of 2020
Scenes & Sounds the Class of 2020 Commencement

On Friday, June 19, Head of School Ereni Gleason Malfa '89 spoke at the class of 2020 commencement ceremony. "I am so thrilled that we are able to have this special in-person ceremony to mark the end of your years at SPSG." During her speech, Mrs. Malfa remarked upon how when the school transitioned to distance learning, the senior class worked hard to remain connected, retain beloved senior traditions, and find "virtual ways to lead, support, and guide" through uncharted territory, and how they have bonded through the hardships they have experienced.

The Digital Issue of Confetti 2020 is Here!

The 2020 issue of Confetti, our student literary magazine, has gone digital this year! SPSG is so appreciative to the many students who submitted writing, photography, and artwork. We hope that you will take time to read and experience all of the creative talents we have in our community. Visit spsfg.org/confetti2020 for this year's issue.

SPSG Science Teacher Creates Art Walk in Hampden

In an effort to brighten the spirits of adults and children alike, middle school science teacher Julia Lieberman organized the first Outdoor Museum Art Walk in her Hampden neighborhood on Friday, March 27.

Alumna Jala Tucker '17 Gives Inspiring Prayers Talk on King's Vision Day

Today we celebrate King's Vision Day, SPSG's annual celebration of the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We were thrilled to welcome alumna Jala Tucker '17 back to campus as our Prayers speaker to kick off the day of reflection and discussion. Now a junior at Hampton University, Jala shared an inspiring Prayers talk with the community, urging all students to push aside self-doubt and manifest their own dreams.