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Summer Reading Program

Summer 2021 Reading Information

All students are required to read specific grade level books in preparation for the 2021-2022 school year. You will also find study guides prepared by Dr. Imperial for each of the required books.
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Virtual Spring Dance Concert - Pieces of Me!

The virtual spring dance concert, pieces of me, is Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 7pm and will feature ensemble and group choreographies from Introduction to Dance and Advanced Dance spring trimester courses in addition to special guest performances by NHSDA, Majorette Club, Graduating Seniors, and even the SM faculty! Tickets are FREE and can be ordered via the link below. Please see Ms. Paulson for additional information.

Our Mission

As a Christ-­centered community striving to live the mission of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, Saint Mary’s College High School is a Lasallian Catholic school where diversity and inclusion are essential, and quality education of the whole person is our active ministry . With community support and faith grounded in love, we teach one another to pursue a life of virtue, scholarship, and service.

Fast Facts

  • 15 Alumni are
  • 24 Honors / AP
  • 17 Varsity
  • 42% Of Students Receive
    Tuition Assistance
  • $2.4 Million In Tuition
  • 40 Clubs/Student
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In the Spotlight

Saint Mary’s is a Lasallian Catholic coeducational college preparatory high school located on a 13-acre site in North Berkeley and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association through 2022 .
Saint Mary’s is notable for the deep and powerful influence of the Christian Brothers, their mission, and values, which ensure the quality and character of the school . Saint Mary’s has a long, well-respected educational tradition in the Bay Area as it celebrates its 155 year of education.
Saint Mary’s College High School is firmly rooted in Catholic and Lasallian educational traditions . The educational program provides a strong foundational basis and challenges students to become agents of their own learning while developing important skills, strategies, and abilities that will prepare them for college and a personal commitment to lifelong learning.  At Saint Mary’s, students are encouraged to challenge themselves and their world by engaging in intellectual and moral inquiry in order to develop critical and independent thinking .