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.


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.

Cross Country Team Victorious in First Home Meet
St. Timothy's defeated Friends in its first ever home meet and 2nd meet of its inaugural cross country season! Regina Juarez won the race easily, an incredible 3 minutes ahead of the runner-up. St. Tim’s also finished 2nd and 3rd (Nia Hill and Tereza Holeckova) before Friends’ runner crossed in 4th. Congratulations to all the runners!

Please Join us for Admissions Open House
The Office of Admissions will host the first of two Open Houses on Saturday, October 3, 2015, at 11:00 am.  For more information, click here or email us at

St. Timothy's Chooses 2015-16 Common Reading Selections

St. Timothy's has announced that the two all-school summer reading requirements will be The Road to Character, by David Brooks and A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity, by Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn.

In The Road to Character, author Brooks focuses on the deeper values that should inform our lives. Responding to what he calls the culture of the "Big Me," which emphasizes external success, Brooks challenges us, and himself, to rebalance the scales between our “résumé virtues”—achieving wealth, fame, and status—and our “eulogy virtues,” those that exist at the core of our being: kindness, bravery, honesty, or faithfulness, focusing on what kind of relationships we have formed.  Blending psychology, politics, spirituality, and confessional, The Road to Character provides an opportunity for us to rethink our priorities, and strive to build rich inner lives marked by humility and moral depth.

Nicholas Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn, best-selling authors and creators of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, have written a compelling new book and documentary film, A Path Appears, which provide a unique and essential narrative about making a difference in the world — and a roadmap to becoming a conscientious global citizen. The PBS documentary series of the same name, premiering in January 2015, examines the struggles women face in the United States and abroad, and the inspiring individuals working with them to create effective solutions.

St. Timothy's to Offer Global Leadership Weekend

St. Timothy's will host its first ever Global Leadership Weekend for girls entering grades six through nine on August 22 and 23, 2015. The program will focus on helping girls to recognize and develop their own leadership styles, specifically as they relate to girls' global issues. This overnight program will include powerful guest speakers, exciting workshops and other fun activities.

The Global Leadership Weekend will run from 11:30 a.m. on Saturday until 11:30 a.m. on Sunday.  The cost for participation is $100.00. For more information, please contact Cameron Steese in the Admissions Office at or 410-486-7401.

Suzy Ganz P '14 P'17 Discusses Trade Adjustment Assistance in Washington Post
St. Timothy's parent and trustee Suzy Ganz was featured in The Washington Post on Sunday, June 11.  Read more here.

Welcome New Equestrian Program Staff

Mr. Matt Payne has been appointed the new director and riding instructor of the St. Timothy's Equestrian Program effective July 1, 2015.  Mr. Payne brings over 26 years of experience as a professional trainer.  Since 2011, Mr. Payne has been a riding instructor at Sweet Briar College, where he also coached the ANRC National Championship team, as well as teams that were awarded Champion in the Oak Ridge Medal Finals, SWVHJA Medal finals, Sweet Briar Medal Finals and Randolph Medal Finals.  Previously, from 2007 - 2010, he was an adjunct professor for Equestrian Studies and the intercollegiate team coach at the University of Findlay, Ohio.  From 1993 - 2011 he managed more than 50 clients and their horses at his own barn.

Mr. Payne's impressive career is highlighted by his involvement in several prestigious competitions. As a collegiate rider at Clemson University, he was the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Open Equestrian Over Fences National Champion, and has since trained students of all levels, qualifying them for many top shows. He has received the USHJA Trainer Sportsmanship Award, OHJA Trainer of the Year, Trainer Sportsmanship Award and the KHJA Trainer Sportsmanship Award.  Mr. Payne also judges and sits on the boards of several associations in the hunter/jumper community, including the United States Equestrian Federation.  He and his wife and two children will reside on campus.

Ms. Brianna Belter has been appointed the assistant director and riding instructor of the St. Timothy's Equestrian program.  Ms. Belter is a 2013 graduate of Sweet Briar College, where she earned a BA in Business Management and an Equine Management Certificate.  She was a member of the 2013 Novice National Championship Team, American National Riding Commission.  She has served as the assistant manager of the Riga Meadow Equestrian Center in Salisbury, CT, and taught beginner and intermediate lessons.  She has been very involved with the Lakeville Pony Club and taught riding at the Camp Sloane YMCA. 

From May 2013 to August 2013
Ms. Belter rode two to five sales horses of different ability levels daily, maintaining fitness and schooling as well as showing horses to clients for David Hopper, Inc. in Amenia, NY.  Most recently she has served as an admission counselor at Sweet Briar College, working with more than 1,000 prospective students with a focus on all students with a horseback riding interest.  Ms. Belter will also serve as a member of the house faculty in Carter House.

Ms. Jennifer Mix will serve as the new barn manager and riding instructor of the St. Timothy's Equestrian program.  Ms. Mix is a 2015 graduate of Sweet Briar College, where she received a BA in English and a certificate in Equine Studies with a concentration in teaching and schooling.  Her accomplishments include Champion ANRC Nationals Novice Team, Spring 2014; Randolph Medal Finals Champion, Fall 2012; Sweet Briar Medal Finals Champion, Fall 2014; and Emerging Athletes Program, Summer 2011.  Ms. Mix was a member of the IHSA Team at Sweet Briar College from 2014-15, the Show Team in Fall2012 and 2014, and the Fall Field Team in Fall 2013.

Since the Fall of 2013, Ms. Mix has served as a teaching assistant at the riding center at Sweet Briar College.  She developed lesson plans based on each rider's goals and experience level that prepared them for more advanced work.  She also enhanced each rider's position and control with the goal of improving self-esteem and increased performance results.  She served as a trainer assistant at Brownlee Equestrian in Reno, NV, and summer camp director at Piping Rock Equestrian Center in Truckee, CA.  Ms. Mix will serve as a member of the house faculty in Heath House.

Ziegler Uses Her Voice to Help Pass New Bill
Remington Ziegler, a St. Timothy's sophomore, played an integral role in the passing of a recent bill that will create a task force to look into the establishment of a dyslexia education program.  Remington, who attended the Odyssey School before coming to St. Timothy's, testified in Annapoiis about her struggles with dyslexia as a young child, particularly in elementary school where there was no support for her.  Her story was profiled recently on ABC 2 News.

Spartana is McCormick Unsung Hero Nominee
The 75th annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Banquet was held on Monday evening at the Martin’s Valley Mansion, in Cockeysville.  St. Timothy’s was represented by nominee Cori Spartana '15, one of 118 student athletes honored.  The nominees came from 73 area public and private schools.  Eastern Tech’s Dunsin Fadojotimi and Maritime Academy’s Alcedo Hodge each won a four-year college scholarship worth $40,000. The awards go to a boys football player and a girls basketball player who demonstrate the qualities of an unsung hero: teamwork, unselfishness, sportsmanship and leadership.  Denver Bronco quarterback Peyton Manning was the keynote speaker at the event.

Student Volunteers Making a Difference
On April 25, despite a very chilly and overcast morning, 16 students from St. Timothy's joined more than 745 volunteers at Bear Creek to work with Clean Bread and Cheese Creek.  Together the volunteers removed over 1,221 bags of trash from the park and shoreline!  The organizers believed it to be their largest cleanup participation in the Dundalk area ever.  Well done girls!

Berman is a 2015 Carson Scholar
Congratulations Jessica Berman '17 on being selected as a 2015 Carson Scholar! Jessica will receive a $1000 scholarship award to be invested toward her college education.

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Upcoming Events

Thanksgiving Break Event spans multiple days
Sat, 21 Nov 2015 -
Sun, 29 Nov 2015

5:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Boarders return by 3:00 pm
Sun, 29 Nov 2015
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Classes Resume-Winter Trimester Begins
Mon, 30 Nov 2015
7:45 AM - 3:15 PM

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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{ Knowledgeable }

learners explore concepts, ideas and issues with local and global significance. They acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad 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.

Keri Fox '16
Parkton, MD

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{ Reflective }

Reflective learners give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and are able to understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their personal development. 

Nannette Boakye '16
Accra, Ghana

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{ Balanced }

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

Margie Hemp '16
Peabody, Massachusetts

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{ Inquirer }

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

Kate 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.

Edie Tepper '17
Lexington, KY

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{ Risk-Taker }

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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{ Thinker }

Thinkers exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to approach complex problems and make reasoned, ethical decisions.

Frazier Beall '16
Timonium, MD

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{ Caring }

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

Zamora Gaston '17
Chicago, IL

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