A former St. Paul’s student has filed a federal lawsuit against her alma mater, alleging the Concord private school did not protect her from sexual assault and harassment from male students in 2013-2014. The former student, who enrolled at St. Paul’s in 2012, is not named in the lawsuit, instead referred to as Jane Doe. The lawsuit states that the sexual assault and harassment the student suffered was a “direct result” of St. Paul’s “utter breach of its duty to protect children under its care and to provide an education free from sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based harassment." The lawsuit describes St. Paul’s as a school with a “hypersexualized culture” where freshman girls are “targets for scoring” by older male students. “From the time...
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Another Former St. Paul’s Student Files Lawsuit, Alleging Sexual Assault In 2013-14