Meet Ms.Carter, Head of the Humanities Department. She joined St. Paul’s School in 1992 and helped design and implement the Humanities curriculum.
Curiosity. Engagement with ideas. The excitement of discovery and the pursuit of excellence. The St. Paul’s School academic program will encourage you to explore your interests and find new ones in an incredibly supportive residential learning environment. Here, your teachers are not only passionate experts in their fields, but also your neighbors, coaches, advisers — and often your biggest cheerleaders.
What’s Your Area of Interest?
St. Paul’s School students and teachers work in collaboration — in discussion around Harkness tables, in state-of-the-art laboratories and in the living laboratory of our School grounds to investigate new and age-old questions through courses in the humanities, mathematics, sciences, languages, and the arts. You and your peers won’t just acquire knowledge here — you’ll build it together.
5 areas of study. You draw the map.
With more than 100 courses to choose from and a supportive learning environment that encourages students to try new things, the St. Paul’s School curriculum has something for everyone — plus a whole lot more to discover along the way.