Welcome to St. Paul’s School, a co-educational, fully residential high school founded in 1856. We are an Episcopal school, welcoming of all faiths, made up of approximately 525 students from all over the world. We are a community of students and teachers and families, who live and learn together. We try to live by our School Prayer, which urges kindness and an eagerness to “bear the burdens of others.” St. Paul’s is academically rigorous, but staffed with teachers who take the time to know the whole student, whether in the classroom, in the dormitory, on the athletic fields, or along one of the many paths that wind through the campus. Because high school is such a formative time, most alumni tell us that they made their most enduring friendships at St. Paul’s.

All students and all faculty live on campus, so there is never a shortage of peers to study with or hang around with in the dorms, or adults to provide guidance and support away from home.

SPS VALUES

List of 3 items.

  • MISSION

    "Let us learn those things on earth the knowledge of which continues in Heaven."
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  • SCHOOL PRAYER

    Grant, O Lord, that in all the joys of life we may never forget to be kind.
    Help us to be unselfish in friendship,
    thoughtful of those less happy than ourselves, and
    eager to bear the burdens of others;
    through Jesus Christ our Savior.
    Amen.
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  • HONOR CODE

    To live honorably, we as members of the St. Paul’s community strive to be truthful, respectful, and kind.

What Students Are Saying

"It's amazing how much more can be accomplished when everyone lives where they learn."

“I was absolutely stunned as to how easy it was to adapt to boarding school life, and I feel like I owe most of it to the overall friendly feeling that just wafts through the air here at St. Paul’s.”

“Every person here is different from one another. It is impossible to be bored when you don’t have the same conversation more than once; this is how St. Paul’s has built such a great community.”

“Living in a dorm has been one of the most exciting things I have ever experienced. I really love being able to talk to some of my upper formers when I have questions about a homework assignment, or just life in general.”
St. Paul's School admits qualified students of any race, color, disability, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and sexual orientation to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate in violation of any law or statute in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletics or other school-administered programs.