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The Dormitory

St. Mary’s is proud to unveil its new, 54-bed dormitory located on the north side of campus, next to Larson Creek! This brand-new building opened its doors in August 2018 and provides our boarding students the opportunity to live steps away from their St. Mary’s academic world.

The dormitory is a fully supervised facility with a wide array of activities and services including a community kitchen, student lounge, in-room broadband Internet access, ping-pong and video competitions, and more. The cafeteria and school library are within steps of the dormitory. It is co-ed, with a girls’ floor and a boys’ floor, and has two full-time Resident Advisors living on-site to ensure all students’ needs are met. Students will have access to our on-campus cafeteria for breakfast, lunch and dinner plus snacks.

The dormitory is located on St. Mary’s secure campus, with photo identification and scan cards all necessary to access the building and gender-separated room floors once inside. There are also laundry facilities on each floor.

Dormitory life is a fantastic opportunity for our students to remain academically engaged while cultivating life-long friendships.

Living in the Dorms

Having Fun at the Dorm

The dormitory is a fully supervised facility with a wide array of activities and services including a cafeteria, in-room broadband internet access, recreational opportunities, student lounges and library access all within steps of the dormitory.

One of the best parts of boarding life is the diverse activities that are organized each month. There are also a variety of school-wide activities like dances, which are open to all high school students.

Meetings at the Dorm

Every week, the entire dormitory gathers after dinner to share information, address dormitory issues and promote elements of character education and community membership.

Meetings tackle serious issues as well as aspects of safety, health, personal responsibility, and community needs. The residential faculty also carry out a series of formal programs addressing community responsibility, dorm values, conflict resolution, time and stress management, and personal wellness and safety.

Every week, the entire dormitory gathers to share information, address dormitory issues, and promote elements of character education and community membership.

The meetings tackle serious issues as well as aspects of safety, health, personal responsibility, and community needs. The residential faculty also carry out a series of formal programs addressing community responsibility, dorm values, conflict resolution, time and stress management, and personal wellness and safety.

Studying at the Dorm

To ensure that the students have enough time to study and to rest, the dormitory's curfew is 11pm during the week and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. We also have study hours between 8pm-11pm Sunday through Thursday.

To ensure that the students have enough time to study and to rest, the dormitory's curfew is 10 p.m. during the week and 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. We also have study hall scheduled Monday - Friday from 4 - 5:30 p.m.