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Cradle to College

One campus. Three schools. Infinite opportunity.

The St. Paul’s Schools offer something unique. Our community provides coeducational and single-gender opportunities to cultivate student growth and academic achievement. From cradle to college, we empower boys and girls of all ages to learn in the ways that suit them best.


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The class of 2020 gathered on Hamilton Lawn June 20 for their commencement ceremony.
Jefferson Huang, Ph.D., president of The St. Paul's Schools, shared the following messages with members of The St. Paul's Schools community.


Students Honored For Selflessness and Service
Posted 12/19/2019 01:00PM

At St. Paul's 2019 Service of Lessons & Carols, three students earned special recognition for their service and character.

Headmaster David C. Faus and alumnus and former Trustee Jon Price '74 presented the Smith Awards to three students who embody the traits of Walter Smith. "These awards celebrate the character traits that Walter Smith demonstrated during his life: selflessness, service, and concern for others," Mr. Faus said.

Each year, the Smith Award is given to a fourth grade student in the lower school and an eighth and twelfth grade student at St. Paul's School for Boys. These students are selected for friendliness to peers and adults; generosity with others, and also with their time and talents; and for demonstrating a charitable vision for those outside the St. Paul's community.

The 2019 Smith Award was presented to the following student from St. Paul's School for Boys:

Allen Leyba, Grade 8

T.J. Linz, Grade 12


2019-20 Walter S. Smith Jr. Award

For friendliness, generosity and community involvement



Allen Coleman Leyba

This young man has made quite an impact on the St. Paul's community since he joined the middle school as a sixth grader. Although he readily describes his younger self as "extremely awkward," his oft-demonstrated willingness to take on leadership roles and his desire to get involved in various aspects of middle school community life have benefited his peers and teachers in countless ways both seen and unseen. As a sixth grader he joined the leadership club, and he held a very vocal and active role in the group's presentation to the middle school administration about ways to improve several school-wide initiatives. He is also actively involved in the middle school theater program as a member of the stage crew, he is a grade-level representative for the student council, and he previously served as a member of the vestry. To top it all off, his words and works carry weight with his peers. He is a kind young man who is deeply trusted by all members of the middle school, and he is currently serving as a member of the honor council. It is a great pleasure to present the middle school Smith Award to James Allen Coleman Leyba.


When it comes to leadership this young man is a school leader!  In fact, it is difficult to know where to begin because even he will tell you, "My most important activities are cross country, track and field, Bridges, vestry, peer leadership and being a tour guide.  I like being a leader among my peers, especially where I am an ambassador of faith, service, and helping others.  Each of these has been a passion of mine and has had a large influence in my life."

While challenging himself he has excelled academically. As a result of his intellectual engagement, he earned membership in our Cum Laude Society at the end of his junior year, an honor granted to a very select group of St. Paul's students based upon their academic achievement and our faculty's perception of them as scholars.

In addition to his seven academic courses, he is also in Concert Chorale, our audition-based, elite choir dedicated to the study and performance of serious choral music from many diverse styles and stylistic periods.

Incredibly kind and compassionate with a work ethic second to none, I cannot think of another student who adds as much to our campus.  It is my pleasure to present the upper school Smith Award to Thomas Jared Linz.

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11152 Falls Road 
P.O. Box 8100 
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
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