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Looking for the best schools in Baltimore? Here’s our guide to finding the right fit for your child.
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Looking for the best schools in Baltimore? Here’s our guide to finding the right fit for your child.

St. Paul's School for Girls

11232 Falls Road, Brooklandville, MD 21022
410-823-6323
Affiliation | Episcopalian
Gender | All Girls
Grade Level | Middle School | High School

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St. Paul’s School for Girls (SPSG) is an independent, college-preparatory school serving girls grades 5-12. Grounded in the Episcopal values of respect, integrity, and spiritual growth, SPSG cultivates a bold and courageous community of unique girls who will use their education and ethics to improve their world. Through its extensive connections and alumnae network, the school provides unparalleled learning through independent projects, professional internships, community service and nonprofit partnerships. As part of The St. Paul’s Schools, SPSG shares a campus with St. Paul’s Pre and Lower School and St. Paul’s School. As such, SPSG encourages and provides co-ed opportunities in and out of the classroom at just the right times, providing the best of both worlds on one campus. Students’ strengths are made stronger in an inclusive environment that feels like home, building not just lifelong skills, but lasting bonds.

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