At A glance
about saint mary's hall
A rich, rigorous curriculum. Insightful discourse. Expansive opportunities for exploring the world – and discovering oneself.
At Saint Mary’s Hall, we create a culture of trust where every student is known – by teachers, each other, and in turn, themselves.
Saint Mary's Hall was founded in 1879 on the principles of knowledge, self-confidence, and respect for others. Originally organized by the Episcopal Church, Saint Mary's Hall is now an independent and coeducational campus for students and families of all faiths.
Form Shakespeare to Spanish, calculus to creative writing, the breadth and rigor of study at Saint Mary’s Hall echoes the offerings of a liberal arts college. Our passionate, expert faculty and staff encourage students as they come to know their world through a variety of lenses, guiding their growth as critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers.
A culture of trust permeates our halls – no one is anonymous. Administrators, teachers, and classmates truly know one another, and push each other to excel. Firmly rooted in this solid ground, students expand their connections to the larger community beyond our gates.
From each teachable moment in Montessori to finding a college that’s the right fit, Saint Mary’s Hall advises our students well because we know them well. As they discover their courage in the classroom, their voice on the stage, and their strength on the field, we challenge them to persevere. The remarkable results are graduates who know who they are and discover their place in the world.