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Saint Mary’s knows you want more than just a classroom experience.

That's why our Academic and Student Life teams work together to make sure your Saint Mary’s experience doesn’t end with your last class of the day. You will find the possibilities are endless for you to explore your interests and discover who you are and who
you want to become.

Leadership education is integrated into all activities across campus. You will be challenged to ask questions and examine the “why” of things as you are empowered to speak up and speak out. You will enjoy the freedom to be you – the REAL you, as you develop a personal sense of accountability and respect for yourself and others. And you will utilize the resources found in our urban Raleigh location, to contemplate how your actions impact our school, our wider community, and even our world.

Whether joining a club, running for student government, dancing the night away at Winter Formal, traveling to a mixer off campus, or working in the school’s community garden, you will be an important part of our vibrant living and learning community. And no matter
what you choose to do, you can be sure your classmates and the network of dedicated adults will be there to encourage and celebrate you every step of the way.


 

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Life at Saint Mary's • November 2020


 

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Student Life News

Congratulations, to Saint Mary’s seniors honored in this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program. The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955.

Serena Zhou ’21 has earned semifinalist status, placing her among the top 1 percent of the 1.5 million high school students who entered the competition by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) as juniors. She will continue in the competition for a National Merit Scholarship.

Saint Mary’s students earning Commended Student honors, placing them among the top 3.3 percent in the competition, are Grace Dai ’21, Caroline Koonce ’21, Rosemary Raynal ’21, Chloe Shen ’21, Shirley Xue ’21, and Anna Zulueta ’21.

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