The Lessons of Service

What is it about summer service learning trips that make them so special? What could encapsulate the richness of these experiences? Maybe it’s that moment when the headmaster of our school is helping a student grill burgers for former inmates

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Parent, 3 Steps to Help Your Student Avoid the Summer Slide

As summer arrives, away melt the obligations of homework, strict regimentation of a school schedule and even packing lunches every day. Summer is about unstructured play with friends, swimming, going to camp, visiting the beach, and spending time with extended

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When Your Neighborhood School Stops Working

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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Five reasons why working at camp helps you in the real world

With summer camp on the horizon, I asked Head Counselor Caitlin Edwards to share with me how working at St. Paul’s Summer Camp has helped her prepare for the real world. Read her insight and learn more about our employment opportunities and

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Screenagers

With the average screen time among young people on the rise, St. Paul’s and St. Paul’s School for Girls Schools are excited to jointly present a screening of the ground-breaking film Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age. In addition to classroom or

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Do We Really Need Recess?

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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