Distance Learning

Learning apart yet together. The strength of our School lies in our commitment to the community. We live and learn here together. It’s what makes us tick. COVID-19 challenged us to find new ways to learn together while keeping our community spirit alive. The challenges of this way of learning are real, and we are continually evaluating all aspects of our distance teaching and learning, so that while you may be learning from a distance, your friendships, classrooms, and clubs are just a keystroke away.

Parents and guardians play a vital role in the success of each student. St. Paul’s School understands that a shift to distance learning requires students and families to make adjustments, and the School will be there with support every step of the way. We are all in this together!

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“I feel very connected with the teachers, and they are still really there to help you.”

Guiding Principles

List of 6 items.

  • Classes meet four times each week for synchronous learning

  • Class times are prioritized to accommodate students from a number of different time zones

  • Use of technology such as 360 cameras to help students feel more connected to the classroom experience

  • Maintaining student engagement through advising and community life programs, including Chapel, advisee group meetings, and student activities

  • Each faculty member has two blocks of open "office hours" per week – one evening and one during the day

  • Advisers work with students and families to ensure equitable access to resources and the support needed to succeed

An Inside Look at Learning From a Distance

  • Rector Kathy Giles on Equity of Access

    Rector Kathy Giles on Equity of Access

  • Gabriel '21, Brazil

    Gabriel '21, Brazil


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We're in this together

We're always improving how we learn together when apart. For more information and answers to your questions, contact our Director of Distance Learning Melissa Poole.

Call: 603-229-4613

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