Alumni Association History
The St. Paul's Alumni Association, founded in 1894, has been an integral part of the School and its community since its inception. The Association has grown with the School from the modest building on on E. Franklin Street, through the special years at Mount Washington, and finally to the present campus at Brooklandville. Despite the changing scenery, a constant has been, as one alumnus put it, "the depth and durability of the St. Paul's experience." The Alumni Association is responsible for making sure that this spirit never wanes. Today, there are over 3,100 alumni.
The Association is dedicated to enhancing alumni participation in the life of the School as well as promoting relationships, both business and personal, among alumni of St. Paul's. The Alumni Board consists of members and their committees, who work toward continued involvement with the alumni of St. Paul's School. The President of the Alumni Association serves as the alumni representative to the Board of Trustees of the School. Alumni projects and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Annual Fund and Reunion Giving Program
- Bull Roast and Auction
- Blue-Gold Weekend
- Annual Senior - Alumni Dinner
- Young Alumni Winter Activities
Today, the Alumni Association offers its members an opportunity to gain the personal and professional satisfaction that comes through a close association with like-minded men, and an opportunity to share in the future of the School. We encourage each alumnus to remain in touch, and lend his talent, time and resources to support our truly distinguished school.