The hardwood gym floor can be utilized as one or two courts. The gym has two scoreboards, a live stream camera, and sound system.
Pollock Gym was constructed in 2000 and is home to our volleyball and basketball programs. We can safely accommodate up to 500 spectators in our bleachers. The gym lobby is host to our Athletics Hall of Fame, and upstairs is a coaches room and Director of Athletics office.
Kinsolving Gym is the original gym on campus and houses varsity contests until contruction of Pollack Gym in 2000. Currently Kinsolving serves as a practice and game facility for basketball and middle school futsal, as well as a space for Physical Education classes.
The multipurpose poured rubber gym floor is a practice facility for many sports, as well as a space used for PE classes. The gym has two side-by-side basketball courts (not competition) and one full court.
George L. Mitchell ’44 stadium features viewing plazas on the north and south sides, locker rooms under the viewing areas, an expansion of the seating area to accommodate about 1,000 spectators, a new press box, and a new sound system.
Levering field features viewing areas on the west side as well as from the elevated north hill overlooking the field. The turf was replaced in the summer of 2018 and a shock pad was added for the safety of our student-athletes. A new press box, new scoreboard and a new sound system complete the facility.
Varsity field is the home to JV field hockey and JV lacrosse teams The field boasts a beautiful Bermuda grass surface, a scoring table, team benches, and an elevated seating area. A scoreboard sits in the northwest corner of the field.
The pavilion is a 3,600-square foot outdoor learning space where our community will interact with nature, learn outdoor skills, explore problem-solving, enhance teamwork, develop leadership, and understand natural elements.
These two-tiered fields offer a blended Bermuda play surface and are used by teams at all levels for soccer, lacrosse, and football. Parking is available adjacent to the space in Lot J.
The St. Paul’s Schools share eight hard courts, as the girls season is in the fall and the boys in the spring. In addition, St. Paul’s has a partnership agreement with the Homeland Racquet Club which has a clubhouse and 10 har-tru courts. This longstanding agreement allows usage of this facility on occasion.
The southernmost area of the campus, these natural grass fields (up to 2 can be lined) are perfect for practice for soccer and lacrosse. A small batting cage is located on the northwest corner of the fields. Parking is available adjacent to the field in Lot K.
The SPSG softball field is an all dirt infield. The viewing area sits elevated from the field. The facility has a new portable scoreboard and storage shed.
Winston Blenckstone ’62 Field is the home to our baseball teams, and boasts permanent brick dugouts, two outdoor batting cages, two outdoor bullpens, and seating for up to 150 people behind home plate.
Alumnae field is the home to many JV and middle school practices and games. The field offers a blended Bermuda grass surface, a scoring table, team benches, and spectating areas surrounding the field.
A well-maintained natural grass field used for a mix of Varsity, JV, and middle school practices and games. Spectator seating is available and a scoreboard is located on the northeast corner of the field.