• Student Life


    Community Service

    Christian Service Hours at St. Mary’s Preparatory:

    All students are required to complete mandatory service hours. St. Mary’s believes service is being called by a loving God to reflect His love in everyday life, especially in caring for the vulnerable and the poor as Jesus did in the Scriptures. In the service, the students are performing, they are asked to reach out to those less fortunate by volunteering their time and talents. St. Mary’s hope is that students will challenge themselves to help others and work for the betterment of the community.


    Our Faith: The Center of Who We Are and What We Do
    St. Mary’s Preparatory is a Catholic community, and we take great pride in the love and faith that we have. Not all students at St. Mary’s Preparatory are Catholic, nor does a student need to be a Catholic to apply. We attend two required Catholic masses a week on Wednesday (7:30 AM) and Friday mornings (9:45 AM). We believe that those are the most important hours in our day as a school community. It allows us to be together in Jesus’ name, and assemble as a school community in the most holy of places: our Shrine Chapel. This is a wonderful time for us as Christians to sing the Lords praises, and to take a moment to reflect on our values, morals, goals and mission.

    Student Council

    Class of 2023

    President: Ryan Mooney

    Vice President: Darrell Rounds

    Representatives: Thomas Collins and Anthoni Kiafoulis


    Class of 2022

    President: Ciaran Caughey

    Vice President: Brock Porter

    Representatives: Anthony Ozog and Andrew Priebe


    Class of 2021

    President: Alex Mooney

    Vice President: Blake Hazelton

    Representatives: Jimmy Collins and Ethan Shook


    Class of 2020

    President: Cooper Mills

    Vice President: Sean Coyne

    Representatives: Cam Sahutske and Nick Santoni