College Counseling

college counseling

In keeping with the mission of St. Paul’s School for Girls, the Office of College Counseling believes that the minds and hearts of our girls should be fully engaged in the college process. We empower our students to choose colleges and universities that fit their unique abilities, aspirations, interests, and character. We counsel our students toward schools that will build on the foundation of learning, leadership, and self-exploration the student has developed in high school.

We believe that the college application process can be a gratifying and rewarding time, so our goal is always to provide each student with the support that she needs, while encouraging and challenging her to explore and embrace her own strengths, thoughts, and dreams for her future.

Class of 2020

Our 69 seniors were accepted into 126 different colleges and universities, and they will be attending 52 institutions in 27 states, DC, and Canada. The class of 2021 includes 14 members of The Cum Laude Society and 12 SPIRITUS Scholars. Sixty-nine percent of the graduates completed Advanced Placement courses. Collectively, our seniors contributed an impactful 4,738 hours of service.

Events and Workshops

Meet the Office

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Marc Curless

Interim Co-Director of College Counseling
443-632-1052


MICHELLE SCHAEKEL

Interim Co-Director of College Counseling
443-632-1043


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Dana Burton

Assistant College Counselor
443-632-1025


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Jill Crooks Karpovich ’91

Liaison to the Office of College Counseling
443-632-1060