Saint Mary’s Hall creates several major publications throughout the school year including: an all school magazine, literary magazine, and annual report.

Take a look at some of the most recent publications created at Saint Mary’s Hall, and feel free to enjoy online versions of The Shield and The Walrus.

The Shield

The Shield Spring 2019 Edition

The Shield is published twice annually and highlights all areas of the school community.

With a circulation of 4,500, The Shield is distributed free of charge to alumni, parents, future families, faculty, staff, schools, and friends of Saint Mary's Hall.

Read the Spring 2019 Digital Edition.

The Shield: Digital Edition Archive

Imagine That!

Imagine That Student Publication Cover

Imagine That! is a collection of poems written by Saint Mary's Hall Lower School students. Student artwork divides the poetry by Form level. Students in Forms 1- 5 are represented within this enchanting representation of our students' creativity.

This collection is distributed free of charge to all Lower School students, parents, faculty, and staff.

Baron Reflections

Baron Reflections Latest Issue

The Saint Mary’s Hall community has the reputation of a liberal arts college, with a rich tradition of experiential learning and extensive knowledge in a variety of fields that transcend beyond those of a traditional school.

Baron Reflections is an educational blog dedicated to providing a plethora of valuable advice from our community of experts on topics such as parenting, academics, technology, and wellness.

The Walrus

The Walrus Latest Issue

The Walrus is the award-winning annual literary magazine sponsored by the Upper School of Saint Mary's Hall.

The magazine welcomes submissions of poetry, prose, scripts, art, and photography from any member of the Upper School student body throughout the year. All work is judged anonymously by a student selection committee and the student editors.

With a distribution of 400 copies, the magazine is distributed at no charge to students, parents, faculty, and staff.

Read the most recent issue of The Walrus.