Academic Support

Managing extracurricular commitments and academics can be difficult to navigate. Preparing for an exam or writing a report sometimes requires some extra support. The Academic Support Office helps students reach their academic potential with guidance that complements the support they receive from their teachers and advisers.

When the need arises, the Director of Academic Support meets individually with students to provide assistance with time management, organization, study strategies, test preparation, and other academic skills.

Support Options

Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees certain protections and rights of equal access to programs and services for students with disabilities who are otherwise qualified for admission to St. Paul’s School. The School uses a team approach in making disability and accommodation determinations, taking into consideration the student’s current performance in our academic setting. If you are applying to St. Paul’s and have had accommodations at a previous school, please contact our Office of Academic Support to begin the review and assessment process.

We're here to help!

Our Director of Academic Support Kate Daniels can walk you through all of our support options.

Call: 603-229-4840

Send a message
Scholarship. Leadership.
Character. Community.
©2021 St. Paul’s School. All Rights Reserved.