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At St. Mary's High School, our Catholic faith informs everything we do as we seek to educate the whole student. Our college-preparatory curriculum prepares students for academic achievement.

Small class sizes allow St. Mary's teachers to know each student on an individual level. We have an average size of 16 students per class with a ratio of one faculty member for every 11 students. Currently, 68 percent of the faculty holds a master's degree or higher. 

In the past 3 years, 100 percent of St. Mary’s students applying to college were accepted. In the most recent graduating class, students matriculated as follows

  • 96% accepted to 4-year college

  • 4% accepted to 2-year college

  • 35% attending a Catholic college

  • 15% attending a private (non-Catholic) college

  • 50% attending a public college

  • 153 total merit / athletic scholarships earned

  • $9.3 million total scholarship monies earned

  • 6% playing Division I,II,III college-level sports

  • 10% ROTC / Service Academy selections

  • 10,165 total Community Service hours accrued (over 4 years)

St. Mary's offers several Advanced Placement and honors courses including:

  • AP Biology

  • AP Calculus AB/BC

  • AP Chemistry

  • AP Computer Science Principles

  • AP English Language & Composition 

  • AP English Literature & Composition

  • AP Spanish

  • AP U.S. History

Honors Courses:

  • English II Advanced 

  • Algebra II Analysis

  • Chemistry I Advanced

  • Pre-Calculus