Looking back, I was incredibly fortunate to have been trained as a health educator when that undergraduate degree track was taking hold in our culture. Coming off of the indulgences of the 60’s, some good and many not so good,
One of our desires at St. Paul’s is to be transparent in what we are doing educationally. It is important for you to understand our vision and what has gone into shaping what we see as educationally critical for your
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.
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
The start of Ravens’ training camp always takes me a little by surprise, coming as it does in what feels like the height of summer. So it’s even a little more surprising to realize that less than a week after