St. Paul’s School offers seven regional scholarships, established to attract outstanding students from many distinct areas of the United States. For over 40 years, regional scholars have distinguished themselves as engaged students who participate meaningfully in the SPS community through their unique perspectives in the classroom and their diverse talents. Among our recent scholars have been Student Council Officers, Presidential and Morehead-Cain Scholars, a world debate championship participant, record-breaking athletes, recipients of community outreach grants, and prestigious School Award winners.
Our regional scholars continue their legacy beyond St. Paul’s. Their college majors encompass a wide range of areas from business, government, pre-law, and international relations, to life sciences and premedical studies, engineering, information technology, and environmental science, to political science, sociology, and psychology. Many continue to broaden their experiences in the world by studying abroad and becoming proficient in another language. In recent years, several of our regional scholars have attended Princeton, Brown, Columbia, Villanova, and Georgetown. Other colleges and universities they have attended include Harvard, Notre Dame, Smith, Wellesley, Michigan, Davidson, NYU, Cornell and Washington and Lee.
Click on the side-bar for more detailed information about each region’s scholarship, eligibility, and the application process. If you have any questions about these distinctive opportunities, please call Alessia Carega, Director of Regional Scholarships, at 603-229-4717.
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.