Summer Studies

The ASP Experience

    • Students walking through campus

      Students walking through campus

The fully residential ASP is built to mimic the academic community of a college. Students, interns, and faculty study, take meals, recreate, and live together in single-sex dormitories. The program makes use of virtually every facility at the School, from the crew docks on Turkey Pond to multimedia classrooms in the Schoolhouse.

This depth of shared experience – with students from 70 high schools across the state – allows for academic experimentation, personal growth, and connecting with the natural world throughout the 2,000 acres of the grounds. Graduates of the ASP know as they enter their senior year of high school that they are prepared academically and socially to excel in college.

Fast Facts

Chapel Services

Four mornings a week, all students, interns, and faculty gather to hear presentations from members of the ASP community or from guests. This is a time for quiet reflection, and a time to join in song and prayer. Although St. Paul's School is affiliated with the Episcopal Church, the Chapel program is ecumenical and inclusive in expression and practice.
    • Group of students looking at books in chapel

      Group of students looking at books in chapel

    • Teacher Instructing fencing

      Teacher Instructing fencing

Recreational Activities

Students participate in a recreational program four afternoons a week. Traditional team sports as well as other non-competitive activities are available. In the past, the program has offered badminton, basketball, crew, dance, fencing, field hockey, personal fitness, rock wall climbing, soccer, squash, swimming, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, weightlifting, and yoga. In addition, a strength and conditioning coach is on staff to provide individualized training programs for interested students, and to teach proper fitness techniques.
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