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Stevenson, Maryland, USA
All Girls, Episcopal
Our goal is to prepare students for lives of meaning and consequence by providing a comprehensive and flexible academic program in a supportive, richly resourced, and beautiful setting.
The School’s residential structure enables faculty to support students in their personal, social, and intellectual development. Boarding and day students – as well as our parents, alumnae, and friends – appreciate the individual attention, the community atmosphere, the spiritual richness, and the high standards that characterize the St. Timothy’s experience. The academic program fosters excellence in all disciplines within the liberal arts tradition. Faculty members guide students in mastering skills, acquiring knowledge, and thinking critically, creatively and independently. The School strives to help girls achieve their potential not only intellectually, but also artistically, athletically, and morally, so that they may lead responsible and fulfilling lives.
St. Timothy’s School is committed to establishing a community that encourages people of diverse backgrounds and beliefs to understand and respect one another and to be sensitive to differences. In its programs, the School seeks to promote a balance of leadership, cooperation, and service, together with a deeper awareness of the global community and the natural world. Each member of our tight-knit community has special talents and gifts that help fulfill the mission of the School.
8400 Greenspring AvenueStevenson, Maryland, USA
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Summary: A St. Timothy’s education reflects the increasingly globalized, interconnected society in which we live, giving students a world perspective in mathematics, the sciences, social sciences, languages, literature, technology and the arts.
Department Director: Ghada Jaber
Average Class Size: 12
Full Time Teachers: 23
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 76.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 8:1
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Academic Schedule: Trimester
Notable Achievements: Middle Years Program (MYP), International Bacclaureate (IB) World School
Summary: The Student Life Curriculum represents our continuing commitment to providing students with a comprehensive living and learning environment – one that encourages students to reach their full potential in non-academic as well as academic pursuits. In order to do so, that environment must recognize individuality, allow choice in school life, and encourage respectful relationships among all members of our educational community. It is essential that the residential and social aspects of life at St. Timothy’s School contribute significantly to the intellectual and personal growth of each student.
Department Director: Jackie Geter-Hunter
Number of Dorms: 2
Average Students Per Dorm: 70
No. of Girls Dorms: 2
Dress Code: Uniform
Summary: Student life includes a wide range of options, activities and programs, including: extracurricular activities, traditions, daily activities, weekend trips and activities, community service, and more. Student programming includes health and wellness as well as speakers series and interactive workshops.
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Summary: Arts - A trip back in time to find the earliest art we know of would take you back nearly 30,000 years to Stone Age cave paintings from the Paleolithic Era. The magnitude of this journey underscores an important point: quite simply, art is fundamental to the human experience. And at St. Timothy’s, art is fundamental to your student experience as well – as a form of communication, as a form of creative expression, and as a way to help you better understand yourself and the world around you.Athletics - St. Timothy's is a member of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM), which means that our students compete with 31 area high schools in basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, riding, soccer (indoor and outdoor), softball, tennis, volleyball, and badminton. In addition, St. Timothy's also fields non-conference varsity teams in golf, ice hockey and squash. Both competitive and non-competitive physical activity is an important part of life at St. Timothy’s School. Our state-of-the-art fitness center includes a weight training and cardio facility, a 90-foot regulation basketball court, training room, and team locker rooms. Our new Grass Family Outdoor Athletic Complex includes 6 newly surfaced tennis courts, a turf field, a new softball field and grass field. Students are required to complete an athletic requirement each season they are enrolled at St. Timothy’s School.
Arts Department Director: Kevin Meadows
Athletics Department Director: Kara Carlin
Notable Achievements: 2014 Volleyball IAAM Champions, 2014 Field Hockey IAAM Champions, 2015 Basketball IAAM 2nd place
Summary: At St. Timothy's School, college counseling is an integral part of preparation for each step in our students’ educations. Each year, students are accepted by a wide variety of colleges and universities across the United States and abroad. Our college counseling program encourages girls to start thinking early about their educational goals and provides highly personalized counseling for each student. We also meet with parents regularly to assure family involvement in the college selection process. In keeping with our overall educational philosophy, we encourage students to apply to colleges that will challenge them intellectually and provide them with significant growth opportunities. Our primary objective is to ensure that the student has the best possible college options, that she is comfortable with her choices, and that she finds a good match for her own educational aspirations and expectations.St. Tim's is a popular recruiting source for many colleges. We work with each student and her family over several years to develop a reasonable and realistic list of prospective colleges and universities. Students have the opportunity to meet on campus each year with admissions counselors from more than 40 institutions of higher learning. Students are also able to attend information sessions given by colleges and universities in the greater Baltimore community. The Office of College Counseling arranges visits by colleges, takes students to college fairs, organizes all SAT I and SAT II preparation courses and testing, and administers the PSAT exam. The Director also advises students about interviews, applications, and essays.
Department Director: Kimberley Gordy
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Summary: This summer, St. Timothy's School will offer exciting Summer Programs on our beautiful campus in Stevenson, Maryland. An intensive English Language Program for students entering grades 8-11 will provide extensive English development and rewarding cultural immersion experiences.
Department Director: Cameron Steese
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