Throughout the year, St. Paul’s hosts Real World Experiences including a series of roundtable discussions for upper school students.
Saturday, April 1, 2023
Join us for the third annual igNIGHT St. Paul's fundraising event to support the big opportunities offered at St. Paul's! Together, we will raise $250,000 to support our real-world experiences, global travel opportunities, field trips, professional development of our skilled and caring faculty, and more. Your contribution to igNIGHT will provide big opportunities that spark curiosity, connection, and a lifelong love of learning.
Pollock Gym will transform into a festive venue. Don't miss mingling with friends while bidding on all the amazing packages. Our fabulous silent auction will feature one-of-a-kind St. Paul's experiences provided by faculty, staff, coaches and alumni, vacation destinations near and far, offerings from local businesses, highly anticipated class baskets, and more.
(Attendees must be 21 or older.)
Questions? Contact Kate LeVanis ’15.
On Monday, Oct. 17, eighth grade students departed from St. Paul's campus for the Appalachian trail as a part of St. Paul’s annual eighth grade Outward Bound trip.
From Oct. 17 to 21, seventh grade students visited Echo Hill Camp in Worton, Maryland, an annual SPSG tradition.
With the start of the 2022-2023 academic year, the lower school unveiled its new learning service cottage, a dedicated space where students can meet with academic specialists and therapists.
During July 2022, a cohort of upper school students from St. Paul’s School for Girls and St. Paul’s School for Boys participated in a Global Goals Summer Institute (GGSI), a project-based, collaborative think tank experience.
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.