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For other schools called Saint Mary's, see St. Mary's School. Coordinates: 35°46′58.11″N 78°39′10.32″W / 35.7828083°N 78.6528667°W / 35.7828083; -78.6528667 Saint Mary's School Location 900 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC, 27603 USA Information Type Private, female Denomination Episcopal Founded 1842 Faculty 40 Grades 9–12 Number of students 297 Campus Urban, 23 acres (93,000 m2) Mascot Saints Tuition $38,972 (boarding students) $19,697 (day students) School colors Blue and White Website Saint Mary's School (formerly Saint Mary's College) is a private, four-year female boarding school serving grades 9-12 in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is operated as an independent school, but has an historic association with the Episcopal Church and has an episcopal chapel, St. Mary's Chapel, on the school's grounds. The school formerly operated as Saint Mary's College and educated girls in grades 11-12 and their freshman and sophomore years in college. The school changed to a four year high school in 1998,[1] at which point it changed its name. Contents 1 School information 2 History 3 See also 4 References 5 External links School information The school has 49 faculty members, with 66% having Master's degrees and 9% having Doctorate degrees.[2] Enrollment for the 2008-2009 school year is 297 full-time students. The average class size is 13 students.[3]. Among the superlatives assigned to the school include the oldest continuously operated school in Raleigh, North Carolina,[1] the third oldest girl's school in the state, [1] and the seventh largest girls boarding school in the United States.[3] History The school was founded in 1842 as a successor to the Episcopal School for Boys, which had been founded earlier in 1833. During the United States Civil War, the campus hosted the families of several prominent southerners, including the daughter of Robert E. Lee and the wife and children of Jefferson Davis. Several of the early buildings on campus were constructed using stone discarded from the construction of the North Carolina State Capitol, which is located only a few blocks to the east. Throughout the 19th century, the area around the campus was sparsely populated, as it was mostly occupied by large plantations. When a street car line was installed past the school, the surrounding land was sold off and subdivided into densely populated neighborhoods. Currently, the campus is considered to be part of Downtown Raleigh.[1] See also St. Mary's Chapel (Raleigh, North Carolina) References ^ a b c d "Saint Mary's College". Raleigh, A Capital City: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary. National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-12-08.  ^ "School Profile". Saint Mary's School website. Retrieved 2008-12-08.  ^ a b "About SMS". Saint Mary's School website. Retrieved 2008-12-08.  External links Saint Mary's School website v · d · eWake County, North Carolina high schools Public Schools Apex High School • Athens Drive High School • Needham B. Broughton High School • Cary High School • East Wake High School • William G. Enloe High School • Fuquay-Varina High School • Garner Magnet High School • Green Hope High School • Holly Springs High School • Knightdale High School • Leesville Road High School • Middle Creek High School • Millbrook High School • Panther Creek High School • Phillips High School • Jesse O. Sanderson High School • Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School • Wake Early College • Wake Forest-Rolesville High School • Wakefield High School Private Schools Cardinal Gibbons High School • Cary Academy • Cary Christian School • Friendship Christian School • Grace Christian School • Heritage Christian Academy • Hilltop Christian School • Hopewell Academy • Neuse Christian Academy • North Raleigh Christian Academy • Raleigh Christian Academy • Ravenscroft School • St. David's School • Saint Mary's School • St. Thomas More Academy • Trinity Academy of Raleigh • Wake Christian Academy • Word of God Christian Academy Charter Schools Community Partners Charter High School • East Wake Academy • Franklin Academy • Raleigh Charter High School • Southern Wake Academy