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St. Mary’s High School exists to educate students in the Catholic tradition to be responsible, moral, critical thinkers and leaders well prepared
for college and life.


St. Mary's High School will be a Christ-centered, financially-robust school, providing a
world-class education for an increasing
number of students.

A Catholic, College-Prep Family Since 1885

Root in the Catholic tradition, St. Mary's High School looks to the future as we educate the next generation of moral, responsible leaders. Partnering with parents to educate the whole student, St. Mary's academics meet students where they are while challenging them to become critical thinkers. Four years of theology, weekly Mass, and community service help inform and shape students spiritually. Athletics, clubs, and activities give students opportunities to grow as leaders and teammates.


  • Mascot: Pirates

  • Colors: Green and White

  • Founded: 1885

  • Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic

  • Student Body: 159 students

  • Faculty: 21 Teachers

  • Student/Teacher Ratio: average 11:1

  • Accreditation: Cognia

  • Membership: National Catholic Educational Association

  • Campus: Colorado Springs, suburban

Our Beliefs

  • Integrating our Catholic faith into all aspects of our students’ education is the single-most important reason St. Mary’s High School exists.

  • St. Mary’s is the best overall high school experience in the United States.

  • School curriculum should challenge every student, supporting those who struggle while challenging those who excel.

  • Every faculty and staff member, every parent, every coach, and every adult volunteer is responsible for teaching the Gospel message through their actions.

  • Fine Arts, Athletics, and other co-curricular opportunities should be available to all students, helping build disciplined work habits and serving students’ entire development – MIND, BODY, & SOUL.

  • Service to the community, especially to the poor, is life-changing for the recipients and our students.

  • Teachers and parents should communicate often about grades, student activities, and behavior.

  • Parents should participate in school life, through volunteering and attendance at school activities.

  • Graduates of St. Mary’s are equipped to radically change our world for the better!