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
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
The joint St. Paul’s/SPSG Kinetic Sculpture Race team won, for the second year in a row, the Art Award at the East Coast Kinetic Sculpture Race Championship in Baltimore. Kinetic Sculptures are amphibious, human powered works of art custom built for
Reading aloud to and with children is widely recognized as one of the most important activities for learning and language development. It builds memory, motivation, and curiosity as well as stimulating language. With more than 20 years experience teaching in
St. Paul’s School is excited to launch a blog as another means of communication with our parents and the community at large. On our blog you will read a articles from a variety of authors on a wealth of topics
As the year comes to a close, students, faculty and staff celebrate the season at the annual Service of Lessons & Carols held at Old St. Paul’s Church in Baltimore. During the service, three students earned special recognition . Headmaster David C.
Seven St. Paul’s Upper School students were inducted Nov. 18 into the Service Learning Honor Society. Students who earn this honor have distinguished themselves through their achievements in public service. St. Paul’s School created the Service Learning Honor Society in honor
St. Paul’s Woodworking Teacher Doug Finkel has been teaching a green curriculum in the Woodshop for several years, earning the Catherine L. McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award in 2013 in recognition for his outstanding teaching and leadership in environmental stewardship. Mr. Finkel