A nurse is available daily from 12:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Clark House, the St. Paul's School health center. The Concord Hospital and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic are one-half mile from the School. As necessary, the ASP also has the services of the resident SPS medical director in Clark House.
Students must submit a medical form and immunization record filled out by parents or family physician. Each student must have appropriate accident and health insurance throughout the program.
The safety of its students is the single most important responsibility of the ASP program. While everyone on campus shares in the responsibility of assuring safety for themselves and others in community, the Safety and Security Department is on duty and available every hour of every day and night. With rules such as housing sign-outs and check-in times, Security officers, heads of house, teaching interns, and other adults are vigilant about each student’s safety.