As you consider your next step in high school, you should do plenty of research – not only in viewbooks and on the web, but also within yourself. Are you ready for a boarding-school experience? For additional independence and self-motivation? To work harder on your studies than you thought possible? For the responsibility that comes with opportunities at St. Paul’s?

As you narrow your list of schools, visit as many as you can. Go on a tour and open up your intuition about the place, about the students you observe. Ask a million questions. Take notes (not just mental ones). If you think SPS might be right for you – or if you’re just not sure – let us know. Call to set up an interview and tour.

We’d love to hear from you:
• E-mail us: admission@sps.edu
• Call us: 1-888-644-9611/603-229-4700
• Fill out an online inquiry form at: www.sps.edu/inquiry

St. Paul’s enrolls approximately 150 new students in the Third, Fourth, and Fifth Forms (grades 9, 10, and 11) only in September of the academic year. SPS does not accept applications from students applying for only one year.

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  • Application Process

    Before formally starting the admission application, we require that you complete the Online Inquiry Form. This step insures that you are in our admission database and enables us to send you admission information, news, and updates throughout the application season.

    All application materials must be postmarked by January 15, 2018. You will receive confirmation when your application is complete.

    Call the Admission Office at 603-229-4700 if you have any questions.
  • 1. Schedule an interview.

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  • 2. Submit the Candidate Profile.

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  • 3. Submit the application fee.

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  • 4. Apply for financial aid, if necessary.

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  • 5. Register to take the Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT).

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  • 6. Complete the Candidate Personal Statement and Parent Personal Statement.

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  • 7. Complete the necessary steps in the Teacher Recommendation section.

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  • 8. Transcript Report

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  • 9. Complete the optional supplementary materials.

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