St. Paul's School for Girls
- For the school in Birmingham, United Kingdom with the same name, see St Paul's School for Girls.
|St. Paul's School for Girls|
|Sister school||St. Paul's School for Boys|
|Headmistress||Penny Bach Evins|
|Campus||Suburban, 38 acres|
|Color(s)||Green and white|
|Average SAT scores||N/A|
Its all-boys brother school St. Paul's School is located on an adjacent campus. The Upper Schools share some foreign language and certain elective classes.
It is situated on a rural campus in the Green Spring Valley, about ten miles (16 km) north of the city of Baltimore, with the approximate coordinates.
The school was founded in 1959, on a site adjacent to St. Paul's School for Boys. Its predecessor, St. Paul's Girls' School, had been founded in 1799 as the Orphanage of the Benevolent Society. St. Paul's School for Girls was not an orphanage in the 1900s but a home for young ladies of means that had behavioral problems; e.g., they were often from broken homes. The females were not educated at the School but in the public school system of Baltimore City. The Girls School was closed by the mid-1900s (after 1950). Only 24 girls (in 1941 there were 25) between the ages of 7-15 were accepted to board each term. Emma London was the last Director of the School, which occupied the old "Evergreen" mansion at 2300 Warwick Avenue in Baltimore from September 1929 until its close. This is not the historic Evergreen Plantation associated with Johns Hopkins.
The school was designated a Green School in September 2007 by the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education.
Heads of School
- Rosalind Levering
- Mary Frances Wagley
- Mary Ellen Thomsen
- Lila Lohr
- Dr. Evelyn A. Flory
- Nancy Laufe Eisenberg
- Michael Eanes (interim head)
- Monica M. Gillespie, Ph.D.
- Lila Lohr (interim head)
- Penny Bach Evins
The volleyball team finished #1 in the state in 2007. They won the A conference IAAM championship, which they had also won in 2005, against rival Spalding, 3-0. One week later they won the Maryland/DC tournament. They were led with all conference Bailey Webster. Key Players: Bailey Griswold, Jillian Unitas, Rachel Kelley, Liz Vlk.
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