The sights and sounds of Pomp and Circumstance filled the Grove Sunday morning, May 19, 2019, as 61 seniors graduated from Saint Mary's School. Head of School Brendan O'Shea presided over the commencement exercises. It was a glorious Saint Mary's commencement day in the Grove, as the graduates turned their tassels and Saint Mary's rings.
At Saint Mary’s School, we break stereotypes every day. Beginning with the ones about girls’ schools. Along with no uniforms, there are also no limits to what you can accomplish here.
Our 23-acre campus is located in vibrant downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, just blocks away from some of the nation’s most forward-thinking companies—many of which offer internships, mentorships, and hands-on learning opportunities for our students.
In our open-door classrooms, we follow an innovative curriculum that’s as demanding as it is inspiring. Here, you will be challenged to think critically and collaboratively, exercise leadership skills, embrace your independence, and explore your passions as you prepare to excel in college and beyond.
If you’re ready to shatter expectations on the way to unlocking your true potential, Saint Mary’s School has everything you need.
The sights and sounds of Pomp and Circumstance will fill the Grove at Saint Mary's School Sunday, May 19, 2019, as commencement exercises for the 177th session begin promptly at 10:30 a.m. Sixty-one members of the Class of 2019 will make the traditional march through the Grove of stately oak trees to receive their high school diplomas from Head of School Brendan O'Shea. Cokie Roberts is the 2019 commencement speaker.