Getting to Know St. Paul's School
Founded in 1856, St. Paul's School is a coeducational boarding school for grades 9 through 12. Well known for its rigorous education and beautiful campus. St. Paul's School is located north of Boston, resting on 2,000 acres of woodlands, fields, and ponds. Over 500 students and a large faculty, call St. Paul's their home away from home. The School is affiliated with the Episcopal Church and relies on the Church's traditions of promoting friendship, understanding, trust and respect for those of all faiths and beliefs.
St. Paul's School pursues the highest ideals of scholarship. We challenge our students intellectually and morally. We 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.
St. Paul's is known for producing well-rounded individuals with strong achievement abilities. Graduates include US Presidential candidates, Legislators, US Ambassadors, and leaders of various US administrations; a Governor of New Hampshire; Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners; members of the clergy; a Medal of Honor recipient, a Mayor of New York City, a President of the World Bank; numerous editors for publications including Time, Newsweek, Fortune, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The San Francisco Examiner; and CEOs of numerous Fortune 500 companies— Corning, Mitsubishi, Knight-Ridder, Boston Scientific, Texaco, Hearst Corporation and J.P. Morgan.
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