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St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. The 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States.

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  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. The 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. Accepting 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, St. Paul's fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need and provides financial aid to 39% of its students. Valued at $631 million as of June 2019, the school's endowment ranks third among American boarding schools.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the world. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
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  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. The 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. Accepting 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, St. Paul's fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need and provides financial aid to 39% of its students. Valued at $631 million as of June 2019, the school's endowment ranks third among American boarding schools. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. In 1884, the school opened the first squash court in the country. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. Accepting 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, St. Paul's provides financial aid to 39% of its students. Although annual tuition is $62,000, the school fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need. Valued at $631 million as of June 2019, the school's endowment ranks third among American boarding schools. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. In 1884, the school opened the first squash court in the country. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. Accepting 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, the school provides financial aid to 39% of its students. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. In 1884, the school opened the first squash court in the country. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from all over the United States and the world. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. Accepting 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, the school provides financial aid to 39% of its students. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need with an average award of $56,182. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. In 1884, the school opened the first squash court in the country. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) New Hampshire campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. While the school accepted 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, its 2016-2019 graduates matriculated most at Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Harvard, UPenn, Yale, and Dartmouth. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's provides provides financial aid to 39% of its students and fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need with an average award of $56,182. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s and the first squash court in the country was opened at the school in 1884. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's hockey team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. While the school accepted 17% of applicants for the 2019-20 academic year, its 2016-2019 graduates matriculated most at Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Harvard, UPenn, Yale, and Dartmouth. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's provides provides financial aid to 39% of its students and fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need with an average award of $56,182. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s and the first squash court in the country was opened at the school in 1884. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's hockey team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The school's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. While the school accepted 15% of applicants for the 2020-21 academic year, its 2016-2019 graduates matriculated most at Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Harvard, UPenn, Yale, and Dartmouth. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's provides provides financial aid to 39% of its students and fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need with an average award of $56,182. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s and the first squash court in the country was opened at the school in 1884. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's hockey team competed against collegiate teams such as Harvard and Yale in the sport's early days. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective college-preparatory, coeducational boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the United States. The school's 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) campus currently serves 539 students, who come from 40 states and 18 countries. Established in 1856 to educate boys from upper-class families, St. Paul's later became one of the first boys' boarding schools to admit girls and is now home to a diverse student body from all backgrounds. While the school accepted 15% of applicants for the 2020-21 academic year, its 2016-2019 graduates matriculated most at Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Harvard, UPenn, Yale, and Dartmouth. Although annual tuition is $62,000, St. Paul's provides provides financial aid to 39% of its students and fully meets any admitted student's demonstrated financial need with an average award of $56,182. The school's endowment is valued at $631 million as of June 2019, ranking third among American boarding schools. The first ice hockey games in the United States were played at St. Paul's in the 1870s and the first squash court in the country was opened at the school in 1884. Home to the likes of Hobey Baker and Malcolm Gordon, the St. Paul's hockey team played and beat collegiate teams such as Harvard and Princeton in the sport's early days. St. Paul's is a member of the Eight Schools Association and was formerly a member of the Independent School League, the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. The school's list of notable alumni includes numerous US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. The St. Paul's crew team has won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta three times, the latest being in 2004. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
  • St. Paul's School (also known as St. Paul's or SPS) is a highly selective coeducational preparatory school in Concord, New Hampshire. It is often regarded as one of the most elite boarding schools in the world. It is a member of the Eight Schools Association and a former member of the Independent School League. Its alumni include US ambassadors, congressmen, senators, Pulitzer Prize winners, a Secretary of State, and a Nobel laureate, among others.
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