At St. Paul’s School we believe that we have a responsibility to prepare our students for life and work in the modern world. We recognize that many of our graduates may someday work in fields that don’t exist today using tools that don’t exist today. The development of six skills - creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, communication, cultural awareness and character - is essential for the 21st century learner and embedded in the St. Paul’s curriculum in grades K through 12.
As part of our efforts to develop essential skills, the School has established an Action Research Committee (ARC) composed of faculty from all disciplines and across all three schools to focus on two distinct areas: Global education and STEM education. The committees are actively engaged and working together to deliver curricular and program recommendations that will address learning goals set for our students.
Widely recognized as the most challenging and respected pre-university course of study anywhere in the world, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program helps students develop the cognitive tools needed for success in an increasingly interconnected, global world.
By learning the same way they will be taught in college, St. Paul’s students are ready to gain acceptance into prestigious colleges and universities, then thrive during their collegiate studies.