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.
Through our extensive connections and alumnae network, SPSG provides unparalleled learning through independent projects, professional internships, community service, and nonprofit partnerships. We provide an abundance of experiences to practice and explore so when it really matters, our graduates are more than ready and able.
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.
A two-year exploratory program for juniors and seniors that empowers students to develop a research question in a field of interest. Students pursue solutions with the support of a faculty advisor and an off-campus expert, who serves as a mentor.
Students are given the opportunity to have an interdisciplinary, project-based experience where they are offered alternative topics of study and unconventional approaches to learning in an effort to ignite students’ passion for discovery and exploration.
SPSG's career exploration program offers students opportunities to venture off-campus to see how their talents, passions, and academic interests translate to the "real world."
The St. Paul's Schools welcomed accomplished alumni artists back to campus during the 2022-2023 academic year. Actor and performer Kimberly Dodson '09 joined Mrs. Kemmerer's IB Theatre and Acting 1 classes to lend her expertise on monologue and scene work. Dodson has performed on Broadway in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" and "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical," as well as in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and on the Tony Awards. Most recently, she starred as the lead in "Our Town" at Baltimore Center Stage.
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