St. Paul’s School is a community of learners, where all of us, students and teachers, live together on these grounds.

At SPS we engage in the serious (OK, not always serious) exploration of both learning and life. Here’s what we care about: Scholarship and relationships. Capability and responsibility. Caring for each other, day or night. Smiling a lot.

It’s a way of life. It’s our community.

At a Glance

9th through 12th grade co-educational
boarding school
534 students and 109 faculty
40% of students receive financial aid
Students from 38 states and 17 countries
Located in Concord, N.H. on 2,000 acres
(68 miles north of Boston, Mass.)

Small School, Huge Opportunities

Science. How far can you time-travel by peering through the largest telescope in New England?
Math. You don’t have to take Vector Calculus Honors. But you can.
Performing Arts. Take the stage: Sing. Dance. Act. Join the SPS Orchestra or just learn how to play an instrument.
Studio Art. The tools of the trade are waiting for you: brush, stylus, potter’s wheel, CAD, etching press, focus ring.
Languages. Your choice: Chinese, German, Spanish, French, Greek, Japanese and Latin.
Humanities. Choosing from a college-level catalog of courses, you might just discover the meaning of everything.
As a fully residential academic community founded in the Episcopal tradition and rooted in enduring humanistic values, St. Paul’s School welcomes and affirms the dignity of all human beings. The work of strengthening equity and inclusivity requires deep listening with open hearts and open minds. We honor and affirm the experiences of our students, faculty, and staff as critical to building a more inclusive and beloved community. Finally, we take our moral responsibility seriously: to prepare our students to work together as global citizens committed to ongoing civil discourse, to aspire to transform the world in service toward a greater good.
St. Paul's School admits qualified students of any race, color, disability, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and sexual orientation to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate in violation of any law or statute in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletics or other school-administered programs.