5 Questions To Ask At An Information Session

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If you are considering independent school for your child, the time to be looking is now.  With so many choices for Kindergarten in Baltimore, it can be dizzying.  Having a few decades of experience and three very different children, I can

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When Your Neighborhood School Stops Working

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When the fall weather comes, and the Admissions Season starts to gear up, I know I will get a few calls from parents who are not interested in the upcoming school year, but who want to move their child to

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St. Paul’s Honors the 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame Class

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Alumni, families, and friends gathered to celebrate the induction of fourteen individuals and two teams into the St. Paul’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Inductees and their guests gathered in the Middleton Athletic Center’s Hall of Fame display for the unveiling

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Do We Really Need Recess?

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Cheers, laughter, rules negotiations, and groans are the common sounds emanating from the ping pong tables, four-square areas, basketball courts, the wall-ball “court” and the front grassy locations for football and lacrosse. Middle school boys engage in this supervised, but

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Breaking Free From Overparenting

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A book I highly recommended, How to Raise an Adult – Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success, speaks very directly and clearly about the risks of micromanaging. Schools are places for mistakes, do-overs, temporary failures,

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Community Garden Nurtures Bodies and Fosters Education

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Located in the courtyard at the center of the Lower School building, the St. Paul’s Community Garden was created by our community, for the community. Conceived in the fall of 2015, faculty, staff, and students have worked this past spring

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