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2021

  • Student Expo during Family Weekend

    That Family Feeling

    SPS hosts its first in-person Family Weekend since 2019
  • Trailblazers, Thrivers, and Rising Stars

    The SPS community kicks off yearlong celebration of coeducation
  • Embracing the Journey of Life

    Five questions with the Rev. Charles Wynder, Jr.
  • students leaving Memorial Hall

    Carrying the SPS Compass

    A desire to make a difference brought Sofia Vivado ’11 back to SPS
  • Kate Daniels

    Compassion, Kindness and Engagement

    Kate Daniels, director of academic support, named the inaugural Kiril Sokoloff ’65 Chair.
  • Alumnae Volunteer for New Advisory Board

    SPS women will help the School mark 50 years of coeducation
  • Tech Talk

    A conversation with a 2021 Sokoloff Prize winner Tristan Brigham ’22
  • Compliance Overseer Reports Released

    The New Hampshire Attorney General has released two reports regarding the School’s compliance with the 2018 Settlement Agreement reached with the Attorney General.
  • SPS Embarks on Engagement with RAINN

    Multi-year collaboration centers on student health and safety
  • A New Look for SPS Athletics

    St. Paul’s School has developed a cohesive athletics brand identity that reflects the energy and spirit of its student athletes, coaches, and the community that supports them.
  • Lindsay Morehouse Bench at SPS tennis courts

    In Her Honor

    Family and friends share memories of September 11 victim Lindsay Morehouse ’96, and what they are doing to honor her legacy
  • The 166th Academic Year has Begun

    Opening Days bring excitement for the year ahead
  • Isa Pargiolis

    Putting Science to the Test

    SPS Applied Science & Engineering Program facilitates the work of Isabella Pargiolas ’21 in testing a new way to treat cancer.
  • Chapel of St. Peter and St. Paul in summer

    Called to Serve: Chaplain Sam Lovett Ordained

    Ordination is the culmination of years spent developing skills for ministry
  • Sarah Bankson Newton '79

    Her Gift To Us

    Formmates remember Sarah Bankson Newton ’79, a former trustee, who went out of her way to bring people together.
  • Dana Goodyear tours Malibu from a helicopter as part of her reporting for the podcast Lost Hills

    Lost Hills

    In her new podcast, Dana Goodyear ’94 explores the random shooting death of a young father and the underside of the city of Malibu
  • Stairs leading up from path

    Minding the Gap

    Committee identifies learning voids that may have been created by the pandemic — and ways to address them for student success
  • Sheldon in summer

    SPS Experience Will Guide Administrators in New Roles

    Rector Kathy Giles has appointed Scott Bohan ’94 to the role of chief advancement officer and Derek Johnson, associate dean of admission and director of multicultural recruitment, to interim dean of admission for the next academic year
  • ASP Engineering students modifying a ride-on electric car

    The Lights Are On

    Hybrid summer program brings together virtual and in-person learning
  • Leadership Institute Speakers

    Hybrid ASP Kicks Off with Leadership Institute

    170 N.H. high school students kick off ASP 2021 with virtual Leadership Institute
  • Caroline Randall Williams '06

    A Meaningful Kind of Symbiosis

    Author, teacher, and activist Caroline Randall Williams ’06 has established herself as a cultural influencer on a national scale.
  • Millman at work during pandemic

    Tiger Tales

    Documentary producer Jenna Millman ’97 provides an inside look at global sports icon Tiger Woods.
  • Erica Yang and community Leaders

    Advocating for Change

    In Chicago, Erica Yang ’10 has opened up her legal expertise to Asian Americans.
  • Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon '75

    Finding a Balance

    As the leader of one of America’s reddest states, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon ’75 navigates his responsibilities with consideration for residents and what is best in changing times
  • William '21 and Sanders '22 with Clay Wang '91 and his family

    A Welcome Favor

    Henry Ho ’90 and Clay Wang ’91 Show Strength of SPS Community in Taiwan
  • Friedman Community Center

    Gratitude and the Business Ahead

    The Trustees hold their spring meetings
  • George Litterst '71

    The World's Widest Piano Bench

    Through innovative technology, George Litterst ’71 has helped music teachers and students connect from a distance – especially during the pandemic
  • Dana Remus

    Lead Lawyer in the West Wing

    Six years ago, Dana Remus ’93 left a tenured position in academia to move to Washington. Now she’s serving as White House General Counsel.
  • Gaby Roy '20 on the ice

    Making a Splash

    Gaby Roy ’20 has made an instant impression as a first-year hockey player at Boston College
  • Graduating students walking in

    A Historic Commencement

    Form of 2021 honored during an in-person Graduation
  • Students walking into Memorial Hall

    Welcoming the Newest Alumni/ae

    SPS Alumni Association hosts Induction Dinner for the Form of 2021
  • Tim Mei at exhibit

    Artistically Speaking

    Hanzhong “Tim” Mei ’21 and others find their voices through the BIPOC student art show
  • Paper airplane competition student group

    Born to Fly

    Gabriel Klinger ’21 Taps Austin Meyer ’88 For Year-End Aviation Club Event
  • John G. Winant Statue

    Staying Engaged in the World

    Ambassador Jess Baily ’78 Assists in John G. Winant Society Reboot
  • Schoolhouse in summer

    Academic Achievements Recognized

    Students honored for their accomplishments, talents, and service
  • Shattuck Club Girls

    Flagpole Ceremony

    Athleticism and sportsmanship honored during a most unusual year
  • Chapel in summer

    Last Night Service 2021

    Rector Kathy Giles reflects on what the pandemic taught us about community, and about ourselves, in remarks delivered on May 17
  • Sheldon in Spring

    SPS Cum Laude Chapter Elects New Members

    The Society was founded in 1906 to recognize academic excellence at the secondary school level
  • Alex Taylor running track

    Beyond Big Red

    Form of 2021 student-athletes graduate to the next level
  • Turkey Pond

    Embracing Courageous Conversations

    SPS welcomes age-appropriate programming in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
  • Friedman Community Center

    LinC Day Discussions Continue

    Spring LinC Day Expands on Discussions of Race and Racism
  • Virtual Admission Season Results

    School relies on virtual tools to build future forms
  • alumni association medal

    Alumni Association Bestows Honors and Conducts Business

    Updates given, new Fund Chair elected, and awards bestowed at Alumni Association Annual Meeting
  • Spring Convocation 2021

    As members of the community prepare to come back together, Rector Kathy Giles invited everyone to inspire and be inspired this Spring
  • Robotics students with Say Yes to SPS

    A Year Like No Other

    SPS accepts next wave of community members from record-setting applicant pool
  • Schoolhouse in spring

    The Hope and Beauty of March Madness

    Looking forward to a wonderful spring that carries with it more than its usual share of hope
  • Girls Hockey competition

    Playing Time

    Lakes Region League comes together for successful winter season
  • Scene from Winter Performance

    The Show(s) Must Go On

    Theatre and Ballet companies perform to live audiences
  • Cliff Gillespie

    Clifford J. Gillespie (1932-2021)

    SPS mourns the loss of longtime faculty member and former Interim Rector
  • Black History Month

    Programming updates from the observance of Black History Month at SPS
  • Our Common Bonds

    Grateful to be on the grounds, and grateful to be engaged in our work together
  • Recognition, Justice, Reconciliation

    Extending the themes of Black History Month at SPS throughout February and beyond
  • Game On

    Patience pays off for Winter sports as game play returns
  • Space to Gather

    Creative use of indoor facilities gives SPS students an opportunity to be together
  • Mimi Munson '92

    Changing the Story

    Writer and producer Mimi Munson ’92 focuses on overlooked history and overlooked people, increasing her value in an industry trying to move beyond its default white-American-male narratives
  • pandemic to prosperity graphic

    Pandemic to Prosperity

    Emily Laackman ’10 has thrown herself into the work of identifying a catastrophe’s full impact in real time and working to help the most affected move forward from compounding crises
  • Lunar New Year at SPS

    The School readies for its annual celebration of the Lunar New Year
  • Beating the Clock

    Pennoyer ’75 delivers finishing touch to New York's newest transportation hub
  • Celebrating Coeducation

    Fifty years ago this month, St. Paul's School welcomed its first female students
  • Home Run

    Through Major League Baseball’s Diversity Fellowship Program, attorney Albert Gilbert ’07 has found his way to his dream job.
  • Social Justice: Remote to Reality

    At 25 years, SDLC is still powerful
  • The Next Step Forward

    New Partnership Advances Commitment to Issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Virtually Unprecedented

    Admission Office taps into virtual tools to cultivate increasing interest in St. Paul's School
  • St. Paul's School Welcomes Donald E. Sullivan

    The former Police Chief and victim's advocate is the School's new independent compliance overseer
  • Celebrating Dr. King

    Chapel Service Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Rector Kathy Giles

    Winter Convocation 2021

    Rector Kathy Giles welcomes the SPS community back for Winter Term with her thoughts on the importance of truth in these troubled times
  • Chapel after first snow

    Great Work Ahead

    Rector Kathy Giles addresses the SPS community on the work ahead for our School and the country
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