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Governance

The St. Paul’s School Board of Trustees will exercise the highest standard of care in ensuring that the school operates in the best interest of its students, and with a view towards the long-term sustainability of St. Paul’s mission and goals.

It’s so gratifying to see how students of all cultures, races and religions connect with each other here, and thrive.

Keiffer Mitchell Trustee

Keiffer Mitchell Trustee

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Keiffer Mitchell Profile

Before his appointment as special advisor to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, St. Paul's Trustee Keiffer Mitchell served the School as an Admissions Associate, Diversity/Outreach Coordinator, and U.S. Government and Politics teacher. He has also taught at Johns Hopkins University and Towson University as an adjunct professor, and at his alma mater, Boys' Latin. Keiffer was a member of the Maryland House of Delegates from 2011-2015, and a member of the Baltimore City Council from 1995-2007.

“The progress toward achieving any diversity initiatives starts at the top. St. Paul’s leadership, from the Headmaster, to the Heads of School, to the Athletic Directory, all don’t just talk the talk, they walk the walk. Because of their support, and that of the faculty, we’ve been able to achieve a lot in making campus a welcoming place for all students and parents.
Increased diversity makes us a better school. Interacting with people from different backgrounds is a part of a strong education, and prepares you for when you get out in the real world. It’s so gratifying to see how students of all cultures, races and religions connect with each other here, and thrive. People at St. Paul’s don’t care where you come from or who you are; once you’re here, you’re a valued member of the community.”

Governance Initiatives

  1. Initiative 1

    The Board will review its own structure and actively engage its responsibilities to accomplish St. Paul’s mission and goals.
  2. Initiative 2

    The Board will consult with and advise the headmaster in matters material to the overall experience at St. Paul’s School.
  1. Initiative 3

    The Board and administrators will embrace corporate, educational, and community partners to enhance operational efficiency, the learning environment and opportunities within all School programs and activities.