St. Mary's Catholic School

Academic excellence in a catholic community

For over 60 years, St. Mary's School has been providing academic excellence in a Catholic community. The legacy of our traditional school has been our pledge to ensure our students experience a sense of belonging, cohesiveness and connection. We accomplish this by educating the whole child, providing students a foundation based on values, achievement, community service and love for one another.

Our mission at St. Mary’s School is to provide a Catholic environment that instills academic excellence while preparing the whole child for life-long personal and spiritual growth, empowering them to become global citizens.

School Highlights

  • Accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association Accreditation with an A+ rating; and the Northwest Education Association Accreditation (first in the city)
  • TWIN-CS, a partnership between Boston College, the National Catholic Education Association and St. Mary's School will begin 2015-2016 academic year in kindergarten and first grade
  • Comprehensive Technology program fueled by quarter-million dollar technology grant
  • Spanish instruction for all grades
  • Stanford gifted-child program, a partnership between St. Mary's School and Stanford University
  • Promoting Diversity—we are the only I-20 Foreign Exchange certified Catholic school in the valley
  • Full after-school care center, including summer day care
  • Weekly student Saints & Stewards recognition, honoring the gifts that God has bestowed on students
  • Enhanced Music program, piano lessons available and band


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