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 Grades K - 12. Coeducational Lower School, Grades K - 4 and All-Boys Middle and Upper Schools, Grades 5 - 12. Want more information?

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Cradle to College

One campus. Three schools. Infinite opportunity.

The St. Paul’s Schools offer something unique. Our community provides coeducational and single-gender opportunities to cultivate student growth and academic achievement. From cradle to college, we empower boys and girls of all ages to learn in the ways that suit them best.

News & Announcements

Family and friends of the Class of 2017 gathered on June 10 to celebrate the 2017 Commencement ceremony at St. Paul's School. Following the unveiling of the plaque in the Chapel that bears their names, the 91 members of the St. Paul's Class of 2017 processed to their seats outside Brooklandwood.
St. Paul's offers a wide variety of summer programs, which provide your child opportunities to learn, explore, and discover the fun of summer!

Learn more about 2017 Summer camp and our holiday deal!

A hallmark of the way St. Paul's prepares its graduates for life in an ever-changing world is the personalized, individual attention that we provide every student throughout their time at the School.

This personalized attention begins with the Admissions process. As you consider where to apply for the 2017-18 school year, we invite you to visit St. Paul's and learn about our School at an upcoming Information Session. Beginning at 8:45 a.m., these 90-minute sessions will provide you the opportunity to talk with the Head of our Lower, Middle, or Upper School, ask questions of students in a small group setting, and take a campus tour.

Please call the Admissions Office at 410-821-3034 or email to register for an Information Session or schedule a tour today.

Lower School Open House
Oct. 19, 9 a.m.

Information Sessions (all sessions begin at 8:45 a.m.)
Lower School

Nov. 16, 2016
Dec. 7, 2016
Jan. 11, 2017

Middle School
Oct. 18, 2016
Nov. 15, 2016
Dec. 6, 2016
Jan. 10, 2017

Upper School
Oct. 6, 2016
Nov. 10, 2016
Dec. 8, 2016
Jan. 12, 2017


St. Paul's to observe Earth Week with full slate of activities April 22-29
Posted 04/16/2017 11:00AM

The St. Paul's Green Committee is pleased to announce a week of environmentally-focused activities commencing with the Saturday, April 22, observance of Earth Day. The week's activities will advance the School's commitment to responsible stewardship of our beautiful campus and planet. St. Paul's observance is named "Eaarth Week," calling attention to the claim that Earth has been transformed by human activities into a different planet, one with a potentially unfavorable environment for mankind as well as many other species.

The week will be highlighted by the annual presentation of the Catherine L. McAuliffe Environmental Leadership Award, recognizing outstanding contributions by a student, teacher, staff member or group that promotes a more environmentally sustainable campus and planet. The Award was established when Mrs. McAuliffe retired in 2010 to recognize the leadership she demonstrated during her 26 years at the School in advancing a campus-wide commitment to a greener, more environmentally sustainable St. Paul's

Daily Observances

Saturday, April 22

A bus trip to the March for Science in Washington will be organized if warranted by student and faculty interest.

Monday, April 24 – Water Day

Any time a student wants to use water during class (drink or bathroom) they should be reminded of the efforts other people around the world go through to use water.

Screening of the film "Merchants of Doubt," in Fisher Hall, 7-9 p.m. The film is 90 minutes, and a brief discussion will follow. View the trailer.

Tuesday, April 25 – Electricity Day

We will start the day with a campus-wide "Hour Without Power," encouraging all faculty, staff, and students to switch all lights, computers, smartboards, ipads, photocopiers, and personal electronics to the OFF mode for a 60-minute period. Some community members may try to extend the shutoff throughout the day.

During Upper School advisory, students will collect trash from around the campus, including in the adjacent streams. The Upper School will also work with Lower School students on recycling issues.

Wednesday, April 26 – Food and Drink Waste and Disposables

Community members will strive to not use any disposable cutlery, cups, plates, etc., as we discuss the prevalence of throwaway products. There will be no vending machine use during the day.

Thursday, April 27 - Travel

Consider carpooling, and walking or biking to school where possible. Parents in carpool line will be asked not to idle their engines. The day's focus will be on ways we can reduce our carbon footprint in traveling to work and school.

Friday, April 28 – Paperless Day

Community members will strive to not use any paper or paper products, as we discuss the importance of resource use awareness.

The Upper School will hold an Ecoswap for school dress, enabling boys to reuse clothing that no longer fits others.

Saturday, April 29 – Dark Sky Presentation/Trip

Light pollution is making impossible to see stars in the night sky. This overnight camping trip to northeast Pennsylvania's Cherry Springs State Park will give students access to one of the best places on the east coast for stargazing. The day begins with a lecture in the Ward Center by Milt Roney of the International Dark Sky Associations.

Weeklong observances


Teachers will be asked to teach an eco-related lesson in each class at some point during the week. Teachers who do this in all classes will get a free dress day.

The Maintenance Department will have the recycling trailer ready to collect recyclables for the week, moving it from location to location on campus with one of the School's zero emission golf carts.

Middle School

  • Analyze the food waste in the Ward Center
  • Work on a trail in the woods by Falls Road
  • Work in the community garden
  • Work on the trail by the ropes course
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    11152 Falls Road 
    P.O. Box 8100 
    Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
    TEL. 410.825.4400
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