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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.


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Middle School Recognizes Accomplishment at Closing Ceremony
Posted 06/05/2019 09:00AM

St. Paul's celebrated the accomplishments of our 8th graders at the Middle School Closing Ceremony, awarding prizes in a variety of categories. Congratulations to the St. Paul's Class of 2023 and good luck next year in the Upper School!

Student speaker Charlie Schlossberg addressed his class about his memories over the years of Middle School, starting with their 5th grade class of 25 students that grew taking a journey together from comfortable to uncomfortable and back again. He reflected on their 8th grade trip with Outward Bound where he noted they all learned a lot and strengthened their relationships with each other, even finding comfort in the uncomfortable moments.

Student-selected faculty speaker Keith Culbertson addressed those in attendance about the hard work this class has exhibited and his confidence in their bright future.

Middle School Head Chris Cox spoke to the class about courage and gave them some tips for the future.

Math Prize – Nathan Robert Livingston
Science Prize –  Ryan Gerald Carroll     
Spanish Prize – Godwin Walker Burger        
Japanese Prize – Aaron Joseph Kanstevoy
English Prize –   Charlie Hap Schlossberg    
History Prize –  Braden Jon Foster Ballenger   
John Robert French '50 Prize –  Godwin Walker Burger
Music Prize –  Theodore Charles Rodriquez
Theatre Prize – John Gray Chasney  
Art Prize –  Thomas Dublin Howard Magnusson      
Woodworking Prize – Henry Oh
Spirituality Prize - Thomas Northrup W. Carroll  
Marc Nasrallah Award – Nathan Robert Livingston
Charles Emig Spirit Award  –  Charlie Hap Schlossberg    
Kinsolving/Hamilton Award – Maxwell James Rottinghaus 
S. Atherton Middleton Award  – Ryan Gerald Carroll     

Form Leaders    


5th Grade – Alexander Melnyk   

7th Grade – Matthew Ian Sola    

6th Grade – Thomas Joseph Barczak, Jr.  

8th Grade –  Henry Oh 


William S. Polk Award (Most Improved)


5th Grade – Andrew Mitchell    

7th Grade – Robert Michael Yanega   

6th Grade –  Joshua Paul Marson    

8th Grade –  Dessian Christian Oula      



Guy H. Talbott Citizenship Award


5th Grade – Domnic DeCerbo   

7th Grade – Henry Robert Horst   

6th Grade –  Avery W. Shao  

8th Grade –  Cameron Thomas Nelson     


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11152 Falls Road 
P.O. Box 8100 
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
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