Established in 2006 by native Alabaman John Kaul Greene '47 to honor his experience at St. Paul's School and to provide others with a similar opportunity, the Greene Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for each year of attendance at the School. Preference will be given to families demonstrating financial need. The Greene Scholarship is designed to insure a complete student experience and thus provides additional financial assistance toward the following:
  • Travel to and from the School
  • The purchase of a computer
  • Fees related to the college application process
The Greene Scholarship is awarded annually to one student from Alabama who demonstrates strong leadership skills and the potential to make meaningful contributions to the School community.

All St. Paul's School applicants who live in Alabama will be considered for the Greene Scholarship. There is no separate application process. The St. Paul's School admission office will select finalists for the Greene Scholarship. Finalists are interviewed in early March by the members of the Scholarship's Board of Trustees, and the winner is selected shortly after the interview process. Applicants are notified about admission to the School on March 10.


John Kaul Greene '47
John M. Greene '85, Evergreen, Colo.
Wilson Green, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Richard J. Chernick '83, Mobile, Ala.
Alex Leigh '96, Birmingham, Ala.
Charles Scribner IV '00, Birmingham, Ala.
Elizabeth Yates Scribner '02, Birmingham, Ala.
Samuel Yates, Birmingham, Ala.


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    Mr. Scott "Scott" Bohan 

    Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4700