Through the Fulbright Program, Maeve Duffy '13 will conduct research, teach English and provide expertise in the Czech Republic.
Maryvale's Molly McAleer '19 and Riley Wagner '18 are taking full advantage of the summer months to enhance their athletic and leadership skills.
Maryvale students and faculty collaborate with others at the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur High School Leadership Conference in Boston.
    • ThuAug24 Faculty Classroom Set-Up (optional)
    • ThuAug24 New Faculty Orientation
    • ThuAug24 Senior Portraits

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“At its heart, Maryvale is about sisterhood.”
- Sofia J., student

Individual Attention

The 9:1 student-to-faculty ratio allows dedicated teachers to give each girl the attention needed to become a confident, independent learner for life.


Using the latest technology resources, every girl is challenged, stretched and afforded a potential... never thought possible.

Social Justice

Dozens of community service opportunities give all girls the chance to test their leadership skills, while contributing to the greater good.


“It’s important to us to help every student develop her own artistic voice.”
- Kim Kozak, Art Department Chair


“There are so many different sports that everyone can play.”
- Miranda Ibello


“It’s been great being a part of the Maryvale family. I have watched this young girl develop into an independent thinker who will be able to easily transition her skills into a very successful future.”
- Malarie Pinkard Pierre, parent


“Maryvale was very foundational. It set this wonderful stage for being a safe place for self-discovery and building confidence.”
- Christy Leary '96, Senior Director, Under Armour

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