St. Mary School has been educating Catholic children in Delaware County since 1885. Uniting the traditions of the Church with current academic practices, our private school provides students in preschool through eighth grade a parochial education at a fraction of the cost of most other private institutions.
Accredited by the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association and under the direction of the Diocese of Columbus, St. Mary currently enrolls more than 340 students. The student to teacher ratio is 13/1. Our fully licensed staff participates in monthly professional development and works to individualize instruction for their students. St. Mary School welcomes all children to attend and learn in this caring, nurturing, and innovative environment. Students participate in service projects both at school and through the parish.
St. Mary School provides many opportunities for students to practice their faith. Through daily prayer and religion classes, weekly mass, a strong message of discipleship and participation in traditional Catholic sacraments and feasts, St. Mary students live out their faith. The strong impact of these early experiences in Church activities develops a moral guide for students as they face their future. Faith formation happens through living out the Gospel message.
Educational programs include
Each classroom is equipped with SmartBoards, Juno sound systems, iPads, laptop computers and numerous other technologies to impact student learning.
In order to serve the whole child, St. Mary School also has:
Additional programs available to St. Mary families include:
Inspired by our Mother Mary, and rooted in our Catholic faith, the St. Mary community nurtures spiritual growth, academic excellence, a responsibility to self, and service to others.
St. Mary School recruits and admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs, and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin the administration of its educational programs and athletic/extracurricular activities. Furthermore, the school is not intended to be an alternative to court or administrative agency ordered, or public school district initiated desegregation.
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