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Grades 5-12 All-Girls Middle and Upper School

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Tuition and Merit Aid

Tuition for 2020-21

5th - 8th Grade-$30,320

9th - 12th Grade-$31,920

41% of St. Paul’s students receive financial assistance. Assistance is made in the form of grants, not loans, and does not need to be paid back.

50% of grants go to families whose annual income exceeds $130,000.

Click here to learn more about financial aid.

Scholarship Programs

In addition to need-based aid, St. Paul’s provides merit scholarships to students new to the school.

Middleton Scholars (Middle School)

The Middleton Scholars program is named in honor of S. Atherton "Appy" Middleton, St. Paul's Headmaster from 1944 to 1966. During his tenure, Middleton moved the School to the Brooklandville campus, raised academic standards, expanded the enrollment, and increased diversity. Scholarships for new students in Grades 5 through 8 will be awarded for academic excellence, outstanding citizenship, and positive contribution to the school community.


  • Outstanding academic standing at current school
  • Outstanding citizenship record at current school (including attendance)
  • Extracurricular activities - positive contributions to school community

In addition to the regular admissions process, the following protocol must be met:

  • Deadline for completed scholarship application is December 31
  • One-page on-site essay is January 25

The Headmaster, Director of Admissions, and Middle School Principal will select the Middleton Scholars. The amount of the scholarship will be $4000 per year for each year the recipient is enrolled in St. Paul’s, and in good standing.

Download the Middleton Scholars Program Application here.

E-mail the completed application to or fax to 410-427-0380.

Kinsolving Scholars Program (Upper School)

The Kinsolving Scholars Program recognizes the past achievements and future potential of a number of our most outstanding new 9th grade students. Based on academic merit, leadership qualities, character traits, and service to their current school and community, Kinsolving Scholars will be selected by the Headmaster, Director of Admissions, and Upper School Principal.

Honoring the legacy of Dr. Arthur B. Kinsolving (long-time rector of St. Paul's Parish and widely considered the "patron saint" of St. Paul's), we are proud to recognize the School's future leaders with a merit grant that bears the name Kinsolving. Simply put, we hope to identify boys for this distinction and challenge them to be the embodiment of our mission: Seek truth, knowledge and excellence; live by faith, compassion and integrity.

Please consider having your son submit a Kinsolving Scholars Program application for this special recognition. All applications must be received along with an admissions application by December 31. Finalists will be identified and invited for a formal interview to be held on January 25. The amount of the scholarship will be $8000 per year for each year the recipient is enrolled in St. Paul’s.

Download the Kinsolving Scholars application here.

E-mail the completed application to or fax to 410-427-0380.

Tuition Payment Options

St. Paul’s provides a variety of tuition payment options, ranging from a one-pay plan to monthly payment plans, administered by FACTS. Click here for additional FACTS information. Please call the Business Office for more details.

TUITION Refund program

TRP Letter

TRP Brochure

Full Financial Aid Information

For comprehensive financial aid information, including a list of forms, deadlines and Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

Contact our Director of Financial Aid, Rachel Bauder, at 443-632-1030 or 


Student Accounts and Incidentals

St. Paul’s School Billing

  • Only tuition is billed and paid through FACTS.
  • During the course of the school year, students may accrue additional charges that are not covered by tuition.  Such charges include, but are not limited to: Tuition Refund Plan (TRP), bookstore charges, Parent Association dues, testing charges, trips or tickets to theater productions. 
  • Incidental charges are billed monthly by SPS.  You will receive a monthly email informing you that your new statement is available, and the email will provide a link to view your statement.  You can also view your statement and account information at any time by clicking “Student Accounts/Grades” from the Parents’ page on the St. Paul’s website.
  • If you have any questions about the billing process, please contact Caitlin Murphy at
  • After viewing your statement you can pay online by credit card or e-check, or by sending payment to:

Business Office
St. Paul’s School
P.O. Box 8100
Brooklandville, MD 21022-8100

Finance charges accrue monthly on all open balances.  Students whose accounts are over 60 days past due may lose charging privileges at the bookstore, use of the daily bus service, and extra-curricular activities.


St. Paul’s School
11152 Falls Road 
P.O. Box 8100 
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
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