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Mary Help Welcomes Queen of Peace Students!

Our community is saddened to learn of the closing of Queen of Peace High School. We welcome any interested students to attend our Fast Track Application Night on May 25th.

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Thanks to our new partnership with FlynnO'Hara Uniforms, Mary Help families are now able to order uniforms online. Find out what this means for you...

Register Now for Entrance Exam Prep!

We've partnered with Sandt's Excel to offer entrance exam preparation for rising 8th graders seeking admission to Diocesan high schools. Space is limited!
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Congratulations to the Class of 2017 for earning over $10.6 MILLION in scholarships to college!

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Welcome to Mary Help

Take the first step into your future and discover what your high school experience has in store. With career internships, college style seminar courses, and dual enrollment programs, Mary Help of Christians Academy will give you a head start on your dreams...even if you haven't dreamt them yet.
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At A Glance

  • 6:1 - Student Teacher Ratio
  • 6 - Average Number of College Acceptances Per Student
  • 25 Clubs and Sports
  • $8.4 mil. in Scholarships Earned By 38 Graduates in 2015
  • 16.33 Acres of College-Link Ground
  • 100% Community Service Participation
  • 67% of Teachers Hold Advanced Degrees
  • 3 Partner Institutions Offering College Credit
Boston College
Boston University
Cornell University
Drexel University
Fashion Institute of Technology
Fordham University
Georgetown University
George Washington University
College of the Holy Cross
New York University
Penn State University
Stevens Institute of Technology
The College of New Jersey
University of Pennsylvania
Villanova University
William & Mary

The Mary Help Difference

Mary Help of Christians Academy, a Catholic preparatory school in the Salesian tradition, embraces the charism of reason, religion and loving kindness as inspired by Saint John Bosco and Saint Mary Mazzarello. Embodying the ideals of "Beauty, Truth, and Joy," young women grades nine through twelve are educated in a family environment developing their spiritual growth, social responsibility and commitment to service.
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