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St. Paul's School

Profile

St. Paul's School is a fully residential academic community that pursues the highest ideals of scholarship. We strive to challenge our students intellectually and morally – to nurture a love for learning and a commitment to engage as servant leaders in a complex world. Founded in the Episcopal tradition, St. Paul's School models and teaches a respect for self and others; for one's spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being; for the natural environment; and for service to a greater good.

 

325 Pleasant Street

Concord, NH 03301

www.sps.edu

(603) 229-4700

 

 

School's Mission

At St. Paul’s School, learning is a shared pursuit. Each of us is a member of this special learning community with important contributions to make. Everyone – students and teachers – lives here on the grounds where the classroom breathes the same air as the soccer field, the stage, the lab, the studio, the Chapel.

All learning at SPS is based on these relationships: student-to-student, student-to-teacher, teacher-to-teacher. In this community, our students are at the center of everything we do.

You’ll be surrounded by a community of peers from all over the country and all over the world. You will learn together. You will grow together. You will experience high school in a way that you perhaps hadn’t imagined.

At a Glance

2,000-acre
campus

540 students
with 44% students
of color

16 countries
and 41 states
represented

Located one hour north 
of Boston

 

145 academic offerings and
60+ student clubs

 

40% of students
receive financial aid; $11.9M total awarded

Community

Admission Contact

Scott P. Bohan ’94, Dean of Admission

admission@sps.edu

www.sps.edu/admission