Donor Honor Roll 2018-2019

SMH class of 2018 graduation


Thank you for your support!

During the past 130 years, Saint Mary’s Hall has grown from an all-girls boarding school into a co-educational day experience that includes students from 3 to 18 years of age.

In November of 2018, we celebrated the Starcrest Campus’ 50th birthday. What you may not know is that, since 1879, Saint Mary’s Hall has called four campuses home but found its permanent residence in 1968 on Starcrest Drive. Renowned Texas–based architect O’Neil Ford was commissioned to design the new campus using natural local materials and open spaces. He was very influential in building the Tower of the Americas (designed for the 1968 San Antonio World's Fair), and the campuses of Trinity University and UTSA. On November 22, 1968 (50 years ago), 300 students, including 119 boarders, joined the Montessori students at the new campus located here at 9401 Starcrest Drive.

Located on 60-acres, our campus is now home to nearly 1,000 students. A strong sense of history, tradition, and academic excellence prevails at Saint Mary’s Hall.

Achieving this mission of our school is something we cannot do alone. On the following pages you will see the names of parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty/staff, and friends who have generously given to support Saint Mary's Hall during the 2018-2019 school year. We are thankful for their belief in our school, and for helping us to plant the seeds for current and future students.

The 2018 - 2019 Donor Honor Roll recognizes the support given to Saint Mary's Hall from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019.

In compiling this report, care has been taken to ensure that it is accurate and complete.

2018 - 2019 Gift Income

The SMH Fund $952,061
Special Events $570,150
Designated $262,919
I AM Saint Mary's Hall Capital Campaign $16,333
Endowment $506,195
Total $2,307,658