St. Mary's High School
- Featured Alumni
As for outgoing St. Mary’s seniors, Josh says, “After high school, you don’t know what life will bring. All we want to do as kids is grow up, but we really should learn to live in the moment and appreciate life.”
- Featured Alumni
Callahan knew she wanted to be a teacher and enrolled in the education program at BostonCollege, graduating in 1956. What she didn’t realize at the time is how far her profession would take her, both in geography and duration.
- Featured Faculty
Mr. Woumn decided to combine his passion for history with his love of helping people, especially young adults, and decided to pursue a path in teaching. Mr. Woumn believes that while it is important for his history students to learn in a physical classroom, he wants them to continue learning outside the walls of school. “I want my students to have an opinion on everything, whether it be good, bad, or indifferent. We need to learn about our past, our country, our culture, our world, and our universe. Everything is a part of history and as we all know, history repeats itself.”
- Featured Student
Amanda Mena ‘21 has always been a star among the St. Mary’s community. An amazing vocal talent who started her St. Mary’s journey in the seventh grade, Amanda was well-known as the student who won Telemundo’s La Voz when she was just 11 years-old. In 2018, Amanda’s star rose higher when she competed on America's Got Talent. Amanda has an amazing perspective on her journey, “I think that everything happens for a reason. It provided me the opportunity to build my own path and I am now recording a new song for my upcoming single that will be released in 2019.”
$2.5 million dollars in aid and scholarships awarded to students annually.
St. Mary’s welcomes students from 30 cities and towns.
98% of students attend four-year colleges after graduation
Students can expand their academic options through Virtual High School Classes