Preparing Your Child for an Independent School Admissions Visit

The Visit: Applicants to Kindergarten, Pre-First and First grades visit prospective schools for a morning to meet new friends, play games, and generally give school a try.  These youngest applicants will also take a test, but before you conjure up

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A Quick Guide for the First Day of Kindergarten

It’s August.  Congratulate yourself – the big decisions are over with and you’re almost there.  You spent a lot of time choosing a good school, and you’ve made the most of your summer by reading to, counting with, and enjoying

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What to do this summer to prepare your Kindergartener for school

As we move into summer you may be wondering what kindergarten will be like for your child and how to prepare him or her. Looking at pictures from last fall makes me think back to when our kindergartners first started. Their parents, being

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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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Promoting Healthy Relationships Through Education and Empowerment

1 in 3 WOMEN. 1 in 4 MEN. WILL EXPERIENCE RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE IN THEIR LIFETIME At St. Paul’s we believe that together, we can make an impact on young people.  As part of our health education program and ongoing commitment

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

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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Breaking Free From Overparenting

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

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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