Saint Mary's Hall is located at 9401 Starcrest Drive in northeast San Antonio off Loop 410 East and the Starcrest exit, just minutes from the San Antonio International Airport.
Saint Mary’s Hall
9401 Starcrest Drive
San Antonio, TX 78217
Main line: (210) 483-9100
Fax: (210) 483-9299
Art often inspires collaboration. At times, collaboration among artists and writers serves a greater good. Recently, Saint Mary’s Hall (SMH) students partnered to bring some light to the community through creativity and self-expression.
Saint Mary’s Hall (SMH) Middle School Science Teacher Patricia Nicoll discovered her love of marine biology as a student at Rice University. Taking part in a Sea Semester program in Massachusetts, the experience led to her first career path of working with marine mammals at Sea World of Texas after graduating. Little did she know her appreciation of animals and ecosystems, as well as her fieldwork and research, would evolve into a lifelong career and passion for teaching.
The coaching staff at Saint Mary’s Hall (SMH) is one of a number of competitive advantages the school possesses with their dedication and passion for helping student-athletes reach not only their full potential on the tack, courts, and fields, but in the classroom and in life. SMH is excited to welcome three outstanding full-time head coaches and educators. These versatile mentors bring a wealth of coaching, playing, and life experience to the athletics program and school.
The Saint Mary's Hall (SMH) community came together to celebrate the Class of 2022 with the annual Blue Tie Parade and Blue Tie Ceremony on August 20. These traditions serve as rites of passage for seniors as they begin their final year at SMH and continue their vital leadership as part of the school community.
August 16 marked the first day of school, and faculty and staff were excited to see Saint Mary’s Hall (SMH) students return to campus and kick off the 2021-2022 school year. The day was filled with joyful reunions, full backpacks, and the promise of an exciting yearlong journey. Students returned to campus bright and early, and settled in with their new teachers and classmates. Based on the energy students showed as they arrived for their first day, it is sure to be a year of countless opportunities for fun and learning for students and faculty.