Now in its fifth year, SPSG’s career exploration program seeks to introduce students to professions that align with their personal interests, strengths, and passions. As with most events and programs, roundtable discussions, Sophomore Shadow Day, and Senior projects will be held in a virtual format this year.
St. Paul’s School for Girls is proud to have more than 2,400 alumnae near and far. Our goal is to provide each and every one of our alumnae with the information necessary to stay abreast of campus activities and get involved.
The Alumnae Association hosts events throughout the year to provide graduates the opportunity to keep the joyful connection to SPSG. Alumnae are encouraged to get involved around campus, contribute to The Gator Fund, and submit class notes. If you would like to learn more about alumnae opportunities, please contact Kimberly Stevenson Parks '86, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-632-1020.
Don't forget to keep SPSG updated with your current e-mail, phone number, and mailing address so that you continue to receive news from SPSG. Please contact Christie Moag in the development office at email@example.com or 443-632-1041 with any changes to your contact information.
The Alumnae Association is pleased to announce its first virtual book club, open to all alumnae and hosted by Naa-Adei Kotey, academic dean and English teacher at SPSG. Alumnae will read An American Marriage by Tayari Jones and discuss together over two virtual sessions on Zoom.