St. Mary of the Assumption High School

Congratulations Senior Class of 2017
St. Mary's Back to School Blessing


St. Mary's has had ENOUGH

Today both students and faculty took a stand against gun violence by participating in the national walkout day to acknowledge the 17 victims in the Florida Parkland Shooting. The event began with a school wide assembly lead by our Student Council President, Gary Striggles Jr. A prayer to end gun violence was recited by selected students along with a moment of silence for each victim. To read the full story click the link above.

Pennies for Patients Fundraiser

For several years our students have participated in Pennies for Patients and we would appreciate any donations to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society made through our school page. Click the link above to Donate Now!

College 101 with Alumna Alize`

Former Senior Class President Alize` Stevenson hosted a intimate college 101 forum for the 2018 senior class. Alize` spoke on college freshmen do's and don'ts. She put emphasis on developing time management skills, being accountable and maintaining constant communication with professors.

Alize` left the senior 2018 class with this "Everyone is not your friend. High school and college are two different atmospheres. Get your mindset right so you can become a scholar athlete not a athlete scholar. Communication is key to succeed. You have a choice...what choices will you make to better your future?" ~ Alize` Stevenson

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Senior Retreat

As the year quickly comes to an end Mrs. Wondolowski prepared a memorable senior day of reflection at the Kearney youth house. Our seniors reflected on unforgettable moments throughout their four years of high school. They also completed numerous group activities to prepare them for their future.

Cultures of Latin America Celebrating Black History Month

In celebrating Black History Month, the Cultures of Latin America class discussed Slavery in Latin America and the influence of Blacks on Latino Culture. The students were each assigned an influential Black Latino: Alfonso Schomberg, Roberto Clemente, Celia Cruz, Chica Da Silva, Dr. José Francisco Peña Gomez, Carlos Moore, and Pedro Albizú Campos; and were asked to create a poster that reflected that individuals life and contributions to society.

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Year Book Order

St. Mary's is proud to announce our new yearbook company "Josten's".
Order your book of memories today for just $60.00.

New this year: create a custom photo collage ad with your yearbook. Please order from or contact Ms. Walker at

  • Year Book Order Form
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