The Mays Prize in Writing is St. Mary's annual fiction-writing contest sponsored by the Mays family.
St. Mary's is extremely proud of Upper School History teacher and department chair, Dr. Dalton Lyon, for the recent publishing of his book "Sanctuaries of Segregation: The Story of the Jackson Church Visit Campaign."
The Cynthia D. Pitcock History Award, established in 2002, bears the name of former St. Mary's history teacher Dr. Cynthia D. Pitcock and honors extraordinary people who have made historically significant contributions through the power of their spirits; who through their respect for the dignity of fellow humans, have added to the civility and decency of life; and who, through their exemplary work, have promoted excellence and inspired young women to succeed on whatever path they choose.
We St. Mary's girls are known for a lot of things, but quitting isn't one of them.
Upper School English teacher Shari Ray describes her unique view of St. Mary's.
"We are created to walk alongside one another, pilgrims on this grandest of journeys. How kind of God to put us here together!"
St. Mary's Junior Chelsey Chen reflects on her time as a patient at St. Jude Children's Hospital.
St. Mary's Freshman Emily Ferguson reflects on her time as a patient St. Jude Children's Hospital.