Founded in 1856, St. Paul’s School is 68 miles north of Boston, situated on a historic campus of 2,000 wooded acres in New Hampshire's state capital. Among its facilities are 18 dormitories, Ohrstrom Library, Hargate Art Center, Oates Performing Arts Center, Hawley Astronomy Center, the Chapel of
St. Peter and St. Paul, and the Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science. Sports facilities include the 95,000-square-foot Athletic & Fitness Center, an 8-lane indoor pool, 2 climbing walls, 2 hockey rinks, squash and tennis courts, a 2,000-meter rowing course with boathouse, and 9 athletic fields, including a lighted artificial-turf field.


Form III IV V VI Total
Boys 52 68 73 74 267
Girls 54 68 68 74 264
Total 106 136 141 148 531
States represented 38
Countries represented 21
International students 18%
Students of color 39%
   African and African-American 10%
   Asian and Asian-American 15%
   Latino, Hispanic, & Mexican-American 5%
   Other 9%


Full time 101
Part time 9
Teaching fellows 10
Sabbaticals 1
Average age 47
Average tenure (years) 10
% of faculty with advanced degrees 71
Faculty of color 23
Student-to-faculty ratio 5:1


College advisers work hard to find the best institutional match for students. Over the past four years, the colleges and universities most attended by our graduates are:
Georgetown University 29
Brown University 24
Columbia University 21
Dartmouth College 20
Boston College 17
Harvard University 17
University of Pennsylvania 16
Cornell University 15
Princeton University 15
Stanford University 14

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  • Directions to Campus

    St. Paul's School is located at 325 Pleasant Street in Concord, N.H. off I-89, Exit 2. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Clinton Street. Follow signs and take left onto Langley Parkway. Continue to end to intersection of Pleasant Street (across from Concord Hospital). Turn left onto Pleasant Street. Go about a half mile and turn left at the St. Paul's School sign onto Dunbarton Road.
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  • From I-93 North of Concord

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