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Map Points 2

Lower School Administration (Bldg. 12)
Kindergarten (Bldg. 13)
Montessori (Bldg. 11)
Form 1 (Bldg. 14)
Forms 2 & 3 (Bldg. 16)
Forms 4 & 5 (Bldg. 17)
Eleanor Duncan Sarratt Memorial Library (Bldg. 15)
Ruth McLean Bowman Bowers Extended Care Building (EC) (Bldg. 10)
Center for Terpsichorean Arts (Bldg. 21)
Band & Choir Hall (Bldg. 22)
King Ranch Family Trust Visual Arts Studio (Bldgs. 23 & 24)
Marrs and Verna McLean Photography Center (Bldg. 21)
Black Box Theater (Bldg. 25)
Private Lessons Studio & Media Lab (Bldg. 26)
Fine Arts Administration (Bldg. 26)
McCombs Family Athletic Complex (Bldg. 28)
Ruth Bowman Russell Field House (Bldg. 20)
Lewis Field
Lewis Field
Office of College Counseling (Bldg. 31)
College Counseling (Bldg. 31)
Ruth Taylor Campbell Offices of Community Engagement (Bldg. 31)
Upper School Administration (Bldg. 31)
Head of School Office (Bldg. 41)
Office of Admission (Bldg. 43)
Office of Admission (Bldg. 43)
Marrs and Verna McLean Library Complex - Hearth Room (Bldg. 43)
Marrs and Verna McLean Library Complex - Bell Tower (Bldg. 43)
Campanile (Bell Tower)
Social Science & History Center (Bldgs. 61, 63, 64)
Peggy Pitman Mays Dining Hall (Bldg. 44)
SMH Spirit Store (Bldg. 45)
Middle School Administration (Bldg. 51)
Information Technology (Bldg. 71)
Facilities Administration (Bldg. 78)
Alonso Ancira Event Center (Bldg. 29)
Prichard Classroom (Bldg. 61)
Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel (Bldg. 27)
Zeller Theater (Bldg. 27)
Remmert Theater (Bldg. 42)

Legend

Lower School Administration (Bldg. 12)
Kindergarten (Bldg. 13)
Montessori (Bldg. 11)
Form 1 (Bldg. 14)
Forms 2 & 3 (Bldg. 16)
Forms 4 & 5(Bldg. 17)
Eleanor Duncan Sarratt Memorial Library (Bldg. 15)
Ruth McLean Bowman Bowers Extended Care Building (EC) (Bldg. 10)
Center for the Terpsichorean Arts(Bldg. 21)
Band & Choir Hall(Bldg. 22)
King Ranch Family Trust Visual Arts Studio (Bldgs. 23 & 24)
Marrs and Verna McLean Photography Center(Bldg. 21)
Black Box Theater (Bldg. 25)
Private Lessons Studio & Media Lab (Bldg. 26)
Fine Arts Administration (Bldg. 26)
McCombs Family Athletic Complex(Bldg. 28) Booke Family Gym Napier Family Gym
Ruth Bowman Russell Field House (Bldg. 20)
Lewis Field
Office of College Counseling(Bldg. 31)
Ruth Taylor Campbell Offices of Community Engagement & Admission(Bldg. 31)
Upper School Administration(Bldg. 31)
Head of School Office (Bldg. 41)
Office of Admission
(Bldg. 43)
Marrs and Verna McLean Library Complex - Hearth Room (Bldg. 43)
Marrs and Verna McLean Library Complex - Bell Tower (Bldg. 43)
Campanile (Bell Tower)
Social Science & History Center (Bldgs. 61, 63, 64)
Peggy Pitman Mays Dining Hall(Bldg. 44)
Spirit Store(Bldg. 45)
Middle School Administration(Bldg. 51)
Information Technology(Bldg. 71)
Facilities Administration(Bldg. 78)
Alonso Ancira Event Center(Bldg. 29)Kim & Rod Lewis Track & Field
Prichard Classroom(Bldg. 61)
Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel(Bldg. 27)
Zeller Theater(Bldg. 27)
Remmert Theater(Bldg. 42)
Lower School Instruction: Technology Instruction

Instruction to technology begins in Montessori with iPods available to students in Montessori through Form 1 for various activities and projects, climbing to a 1:1 iPad/Chromebook-to-student ratio in Forms 2-5. 

Lower School Highlights: Spanish Instruction

Spanish Introduction as early as Kindergarten exposes students to a world language at a young age. 

Lower School Highlights: Fine Arts Instruction

Fine arts instruction rotates through music, art, and drama, offering students multiple avenues for developing their creativity. Interested students can also study dance.

Lower School Highlights
Lower School Highlights: Daily Physical Activity

At Saint Mary’s Hall we know the many benefits of movement and physical education. Students in Montessori – Form 5 participate in regular physical activity through regular Physical Education classes and daily recess.

Lower School Highlights
Lower School Highlights: Experiential Learning Opportunities

In the Lower School, our students transfer their learning from the classroom to the real world through activities such as practicing the skills of scientific observation by walking through a local nature reserve, learning principles of fractions by visiting a pizzeria, or understanding the effects of force by flying in a wind tunnel.

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