We are each an essential part of the world. That’s why we impart an international perspective and teach diverse ideas at St. Mary’s School. Students here step outside of their familiar experience so that they might see through the eyes of others. That’s not a question of standing aside from the place and culture in which you were raised, but of gaining the perspective that allows you to appreciate who you are, who you will become and why. Our curriculum is uniquely suited to developing internationally-minded people who recognize their common humanity and joint guardianship of our shared planet. Our goals are aspirational. At St. Mary’s School, success is found hand-in-hand with the growing world, in partnership with teachers, our peers, our families and the community. Together, we are joined in pursuit of a common, better future. Our full slate of outwardly-minded educational opportunities include our International Field Studies program, through which students travel to Costa Rica, Hong Kong/China and France. Our Student Exchange Program brings students from the International School of Milan into our homes and then invites St. Mary’s School students to Italy for home-stay and extended travel.
AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THE WORLD 12 countries represented in the student body 3 foreign languages taught as core subjects—CHINESE FRENCH SPANISH, 6 exploratory subjects connected to core subjects—SCIENCE TECH THEATER ART MUSIC PHYS ED, 29 sports teams fielded, teaching skills, sportsmanship and leadership, RELIGIONS-12 represented in the student body.