To Dare, to Seek, to Invent

Chartered in 1832, St. Timothy's School is a college preparatory boarding and day school, preparing girls to assume positions of leadership with moral focus and courage, intellectual honesty and acumen, and the confidence to act responsibly and ethically in all areas of their lives.

Traditions

St. Timothy’s is a school grounded in traditions. The identity of the school is expressed through such established rituals as the raucous Brownie-Spider games and the secret ringing ceremony when the Fives receive their class rings.

 

Global Understanding

As a school attuned to a changing world, we prepare future leaders to help shape that change. That is why living in a diverse boarding school community is so critical at this age. We want our students to appreciate their own culture, history, and religion, but we also want them to understand others.

 

Truth, Trust and Kindness

By holding fast to the values embodied in our motto — Truth, Trust and Kindness — St. Timothy’s School has remained relevant even as times have changed. Today more than ever, the world needs the kind of leaders St. Timothy’s has always graduated.

 

A Sense of Community

Each member of our tight-knit community – students, faculty, and staff alike – has special talents and gifts that help fulfill the mission of the School. 

 

IB: A World Class Curriculum

St. Timothy’s is an all-girls secondary residential International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. We provide a comprehensive and flexible academic program in a supportive, richly resourced, and beautiful setting.

 

Ideal setting and Location

A major seaport on the eastern seaboard, Baltimore, Maryland, which flows into the Chesapeake Bay, is attractive for its many marine activities.  Just 60 minutes from Washington, D.C., and 2.5 hours by train to New York City, Baltimore is also a top regional destination and the home of one of America’s foremost educational and medical institutions, Johns Hopkins University.

 

Reach Beyond Your Potential

As a girls’ school, we are committed, first and fore­most, to educating young women -- to creating a culture of achievement in which academic progress is of great importance and the discovery and development of a girls’ individual potential is para­mount.

Problem Solvers and Risk-Takers

Students must learn to analyze and solve problems, take calculated risks and learn from failure. Our students are Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-minded, Caring, Risk-takers, Balanced and Reflective.

#1 Singles and #1 Doubles Advance to Finals
St. Timothy's tennis players Kara Hoban (#1 singles) and Kim Jepsen and May Dittel (#1 doubles) will vie for the championship in the IAAM B Conference tennis tournament. The matches -- originally scheduled for this afternoon -- have been postponed until tomorrow at 3:00 pm at McDonogh School.

In yesterday's semi-final matches, Hoban, a senior, defeated Glenelg Country School's Erin Cole 6-4, 6-0.  The doubles team of Jepsen (senior) and Dittel (sophomore) defeated their opponents, also from Glenelg, 6-2, 6-3.  For updates on the tournament, visit the IAAM.

Good luck girls and well done!



Join Us for the Girls' School Advantage
St. Timothy's will join the National Coalition of Girls' Schools (NCGS) and other area girls schools at the Baltimore Girls' Schools Advantage, Sunday, November 16, at Notre Dame of Maryland University.  Learn more at www.ncgs.org.




St. Timothy's Rider Garners Awards in Bahamas


Quinn O'Brien '16 of Nassau, Bahamas, was named 12-14 Equitation Division Champion and Pony Medal Champion for the Bahamas National Equestrian Federation 2013-14 show season.  She was also nominated for the Junior Sportsmanship Award.

 

With Quinn as his rider, the horse "Casino Royale" won Hack Division Reserve Champion, Modified Regular Working Hunter Champion, and Low Child/Adult Jumpers Champion.  He also won Modified Child/Adult Hunter Reserve Champion, Hopeful Jumpers Champion, and Jumper Horse of the Year with Quinn and other riders. In addition, the pony Valentine won Pony Jumpers Champion and Hopeful Jumpers Reserve Champion with Quinn as her rider.




STT Mobile App Available for IOS and Android
Have you downloaded STT's new mobile app for iOS and Android yet?
Your connection to St. Timothy’s just got easier!




Wilson '98 Named by CNN as One of Ten Millennial Feminists
Jamia Wilson '98 is one of ten feminist leaders of the millennial generation spotlighted in a recent CNN article by Simone Sneed. In her article, "What Millennial Women Want Now," Sneed says women like Wilson "dare to dream differently, and resist being a martyr for the work."

Ms. Wilson is executive director of Youth Tech Health, an organization that advances youth health and wellness through technology. A feminist media activist, organizer and storyteller, Ms. Wilson previously served as the TED Prize Storyteller at TED Conferences.  She will be a guest panelist at St. Timothy's Talks on June 7, 2014.





Varsity Basketball Team Brings Home Championship Bowl
For the second year in a row, the St. Timothy's Varsity Basketball team has won the IAAM C conference championship, this time defeating Catholic High School 59-47 yesterday at Archbishop Spalding in Severn, Maryland. Sophomore guard Hailey Dayton led all scorers with a career-high 21 points.  Sophomore forward Olivia Finckel had 15 points and 13 rebounds and freshman guard Kayla Bacon was also in double figures with 11 points.  St. Tim’s put an exclamation mark on the season, going undefeated with a record of 22-0, and extending its win streak to 42 games.

For more on the game, visit the IAAM website.



St. Timothy's on WBAL-TV
WBAL education reporter Tim Tooten visited St. Timothy's on Thursday to talk with teachers, students and administrators about the school's choice to open that day, despite the snow.

Watch the story here.



Alumna Delivers TEDx Talk in Salem
Courtney Dillard '88 recently delivered this fascinating TEDx talk: Breakfast with Strangers, about her journey across America to meet with and learn the amazing stories of people she'd never met.  Watch the video here.


Varsity Basketball 12-0, Featured in Baltimore Sun
The St. Timothy's Varsity Basketball Team is currently 12-0, following last night's 69-17 defeat over Mt. Carmel.  St. Tim's is 9-0 in the IAAM C Conference.  The team's stellar season was recently featured in a profile in the Baltimore Sun.  For more on that story, read here.

St. Tim's visits Glenelg Country School today at 4:30 pm.



Erika Feller '85 Profiled in Style Magazine
Dr. Erika Feller, Class of 1985, is featured in the current issue of Baltimore Style magazine.  Dr. Feller, who directs the University of Maryland Medical Center's heart transplant team, was profiled in an article about notable alumnae of area independent schools.  AP Journalist and author Kimber Dozier '84 was also mentioned in the article. Ms. Dozier wrote Breathing the Fire, a first-hand account of her experiences as a survivor of a bombing in Iraq while she was on assignment.

To read the full article, click here.



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Welcome to our directory of contact information for St. Tim’s faculty and staff. The talented and dedicated faculty members of our school help to create a dynamic educational environment for our students.  The men and women who inspire our students hail from diverse backgrounds and bring with them a variety of world perspectives, educational excellence, and rich life experiences.  Almost all faculty members live on campus, making it easy for them to forge lifelong bonds with the students here.

Teaching goes beyond the classroom, as faculty members serve as advisors, coaches, mentors, and friends.  If you are interested in learning more about the opportunity to teach and live in this vibrant academic community, please contact Randy S. Stevens, Head of School.

{ Principled }

Principled learners act with integrity and honesty, as well as a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of individuals, groups and communities.


Kristen Kunaniec '15
Parkton, MD

 

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{ Athletic }

Athletic learners possess the strength, agility, and endurance that are necessary for competition, along with a spirit of cooperation and a willingness to lead by example.

Hailey Dayton '16
Reisterstown, MD

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{ Knowledgeable }

Knowledgeable learners explore concepts, ideas and issues with local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines.

Kristen McLaughlin '15
Reisterstown, MD

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{ Communicator }

Communicators understand and express ideas and information confidently and creatively in a variety of ways. They work effectively and willingly in collaboration with others.

Emily Decker '14
Rutherfordtown, NC

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{ Internationally-Minded }

Internationally-Minded learners create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. 


Fatima Haidari '15
Kabul, Afghanistan

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{ Balanced }

Balanced learners understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal wellbeing for themselves and others.

CoCo Zhang '14
Shanghai, China

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{ Inquirer }

Inquirers develop their natural curiosity through natural curiosity and active learning. This love of learning is sustained throughout their lives.

 
Katherine Spade '16
Ellicott City, MD

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{ Open-Minded }

Open-Minded learners understand and appreciate their own culture and personal history while valuing the traditions of others. They are accustomed to evaluating a range of points of view.

 
Kelsie Bacon '13
Owings Mills, MD

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{ Internationally-Minded }

Internationally Minded learners create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.


 Lucila Aranda '15
Mexico City, Mexico

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{ Risk-Taker }

Trustworthy learners are clear, honest, principled and attentive communicators. They follow through to the best of their ability in the ways that matter most.


 Bethany Bennett '13

Middletown, DE

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{ Internationally-Minded }

Internationally-Minded learners create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

 
Annabelle Guan '13
Guangzhou, China

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{ Artistic }

Artistic learners are not solely concerned with the techniques or media to create art, but also fundamentally invested in the conceptual approach or method by which she goes about creating art.


Gabrielle Amegashie '16

Baltimore, MD

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{ Trustworthy }

Trustworthy learners are clear, honest, principled and attentive communicators. They follow through to the best of their ability in the ways that matter most.


Sage Elder '13

Rehoboth Beach, DE

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{ Risk-Taker }

Risk-Takers approach unfamiliar situations with courage and forethought and have the independence of spirit to explore new roles, ideas and strategies.


Leonor Grave '15

Santarem, Portugal
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{ Principled }

Principled learners act with integrity and honesty, as well as a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of individuals and communities.

 
Frazier Beall '16
Timonium, MD

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{ Generous }

Generous learners are kind towards others and always show a readiness to give of their time, talents and treasures.


Madison Tillman '14

Hot Springs, AR

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{ Caring }

Caring learners show empathy, compassion and respect and demonstrate a personal commitment to service and making a positive difference in the lives of others.

Juliana Lam '13
Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

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{ Truthful }

Truthful learners are honest and straightforward. They are sincere, genuine, trustworthy and forthright. 


Gabriela Davila '13

Mexico City, Mexico

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{ Leader }

Leaders guide others towards a common goal, showing the way by example. They help to create an environment that is inclusive and supportive.


Sabrina Khattab '15

Baltimore, MD

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