Outcomes of a St. Mary’s Education
The College Counseling team works closely with each Upper School student, helping her discover colleges and universities which fit her academic, social, and environmental expectations, and guiding her through the entire application and selection process.
Class of 2019 by the Numbers
57 girls were accepted to 115 colleges and universities in the US and abroad. They matriculated to 39 institutions in 19 states and the District of Columbia.
4 girls will continue their athletic careers in college. Two swimmers will participate in intercollegiate athletics at Centre College (D3) and Rollins College (D2). A gymnast will compete at Centenary College in Louisiana (D3) and a golfer at the University of Illinois at Chicago (D1).
30.1 was the average ACT for the Class of 2019, with more than 75% of the class scoring 29 or above.
The Class of 2019 earned over $14 million in merit awards, including a University of Southern California Presidential Scholarship, a Questbridge Scholarship at Vanderbilt University, a University of Miami Singer Scholarship, a McNair Scholarship at the University of South Carolina, and a Day Scholarship at Rhodes College.
22% of the class was recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program including 5 National Merit Finalists and 9 National Merit Commended students.
9 Artists attend schools where they focus on arts management, architecture, filmmaking, theater performance and management, graphic design, film and digital media, dance, and musical theatre
University of Mississippi
Mississippi State University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Saint Louis University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sewanee: The University of the South
University of South Carolina
Spring Hill College
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
University of Texas
Texas Christian University
University of Virginia