When you commit to a leadership position at Saint Mary’s School, you step into a partnership role with school administrators and peers. We believe active leadership does not always connote a title but instead, employs specific skills that can be identified, taught, learned and practiced. In conjunction with our Episcopal identity, Saint Mary’s prescribes to the Servant Leadership Theory which promotes the growth of self and one’s community. Tenants of Servant Leadership include foresight, community building, growth of people, awareness, healing, persuasion, listening, stewardship, empathy, and conceptualization.
As a Student Leader at Saint Mary’s School, I will never do anything I would not advocate another student doing. I cannot demand respect if I do not conduct myself accordingly. I will maintain integrity in all aspects of my life and respect the ideals of Saint Mary’s, acting as a “shining example” to others. The students are influenced by my actions, and the success of the year depends upon my judgment. I will practice humility, consideration, friendliness, helpfulness, and dependability to all.Student Leader Oath
African American Affinity Group
Attending conferences and speaker engagements
Clubs and Organizations
Student presenters at events such as Board of Visitors