Preferred Option for College

St. Mary's commitment is to assure our students their preferred option for college. St. Mary’s graduates have been accepted by post-graduate schools, colleges and universities nationwide! Where will St. Mary's take you?

Class of 2019 College Acceptance Highlights

Michaela Olabisi received a full ride to Vassar College!
John Davidson received early decision to Rochester Institute of Technology to study software engineering. Mia DiBiasio received the Light the Way Scholarship from Assumption College.
Joseph Thongsythavong will be attending Norwich University and will be taking his soccer talents there as well. Grace Fielding announced her early decision acceptance and secured her spot to her top school, Tufts University.
Victoria Rindeiko will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute, which was her first choice. She plans to continue her passion and study robotics engineering.
Lily Belschner committed to the Regis Pride Track and Field team. 
Michael Carroll recieved the Sister Jeanne d"Arc O'Hare Merit Scholarship from Regis College. He plans to attend there in the Fall and commits to their Regis Pride Track and Field Team.
Lauren Casey and Christian Emmerich shared their early decisions to Holy Cross. Lauren will be joining the Holy Cross drama club and Christian had signed his letter of intent to join the Holy Cross Golf Team.
Briana Williams was accepted into the School of Nursing at Salem State University. She plans to study general nursing with a concentration in pediatrics. Tea Katsiris was accepted into UMass Lowell and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. She recently decided to attend Virginia Tech. 
Christina Puleo recieved an early acceptance to Emmanuel College. She also earned the Dean's Scholarship and Catholic High School Scholarship. Sherly Feliz will be attending Wentworth Institute of Technology and earned herself a spot on their soccer team this Fall.
Holly Doig will be attending Barnard College, a partnership school with Columbia University. She will be taking classes from both schools. Isabella Merena received early acceptance to Emmanuel College. She received the Catholic High School Award, Academic Achievement Scholarship and the Sisters of Notre Dame Scholarship. 
Madison Hentosh shared the exciting news of attending Endicott College and committing to be a part of their girls hockey team. 
Codi Butt is excited to announce of her official acceptance to West Point Academy!
Alex and Dante Cattaneo have been accepted to Notre Dame, Boston College, Northeastern, Holy Cross, Providence College, Boston University, UMASS Amherst and Boston. They are still waiting to hear back from a few more schools including Yale and Dartmouth. Alex is waiting for Harvard's response. 
Taylor and Jordan were accepted into University of Maine, Coastal Carolina, Suffolk, Roger Williams, Assumption College, Hofstra and University of New Hampshire. The Sullivan twins are happy to announce they will be taking their next step as UMaine Black Bears together.

Class of 2019 College Acceptances