Founded in 1879 on the principles of knowledge, self-confidence, and respect for others, Saint Mary’s Hall creates a culture of trust where every student is known. Graduates go forth confidently armed with the skills, knowledge, and self-awareness needed to thrive in college and find fulfillment in life.
KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS: Saint Mary’s Hall empowers learners through rigorous academics and intellectual discourse. Recognized as an academic powerhouse, our school echoes the offerings of a liberal arts college with a rich curriculum.
KNOW ONE ANOTHER: Saint Mary’s Hall students are part of a supportive environment where they are known — by faculty, each other, and in turn, themselves.
KNOW YOUR MENTORS: Saint Mary’s Hall students thrive from guidance from expert faculty mentors. Nearly half of the faculty hold advanced degrees, and are devoted, knowledgeable experts in their fields who leave an enduring impression on the students.
KNOW YOURSELF: Saint Mary’s Hall provides a broad range of opportunities that help students develop their own unique talents and discover their passions.
KNOW SAINT MARY’S HALL
The best way to learn about Saint Mary’s Hall is to visit our beautiful campus and experience the dynamic interaction that takes place between students and faculty, as well as among the students themselves. We invite you to visit our web site at www.smhall.org to learn more about Saint Mary’s Hall.
Please note: During COVID-19, Saint Mary’s Hall will continue to host individual (family) on-campus tours, following COVID-19 health and safety guideline. We will also host virtual preview events for Upper, Middle, and Lower School.
About Saint Mary’s Hall
Date founded: 1879
Grades offered: Montessori Age 3 – 12th Grade
Enrollment total: ~750
Student-to-teacher ratio: 15 to 1
Tuition: $14,000 to $26,900
Financial aid: We award more than $2 million in scholarships and need-based aid. Accreditations: American Montessori Society, College Board, Educational Records Bureau, Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, National Association of Independent Schools, National Association for College Admission Counseling
Extracurricular activities: Athletics (total of 14 men’s and women’s sports), Fine Arts (Dance, Drama/Speech & Debate, Media Arts, Music, Visual Arts), Student Enrichment (Summer, Fall, & Spring after-school classes), Special Interest Clubs (more than 50)