St. Mary of the Annunciation School is a Catholic community of learners living the way of Christ.  We instill discipleship, integrity and academic excellence in a safe, caring environment.  Our mission is to educate faith-filled leaders for the future.

  • We are faith-based education and provide a strong foundation

  • We are a diverse and welcoming community

  • Our teachers are committed to the success of their students

  • We provide an academically rigorous program with high expectations

  • We integrate technology in all that we do

  • We teach to the whole student through arts and humanities

  • The school environment is secure and protected

  • We offer an extended day program, clubs and extracurricular activities


St. Mary's Launches Remote Learning in Response to COVID-19 

On March 13, in response to the worldwide COVID-19 health crisis, launched a comprehensive daily plan for remote learning.

Facilities Closed Through End of School Year

In accordance with Massachusetts state emergency measures, our facilities are closed through the end of the school year. 

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Early Childhood

The first years at St. Mary's School are exciting for the students and parents, and the Early Childhood Team shares this enthusiasm!

Early Childhood consists of Pre-k A, Prek-B and K

The Lower School

St. Mary of the Annunciation School is blessed with a talented team of professionals who are dedicated to Catholic education.  Several of the faculty members attended St. Mary's themselves, and others enrolled their own children in the school, thus demonstrating the commitment the faculty has to our school.  All teachers are fully certified by the state and continue to keep their teaching current by participating in numerous opportunities for professional development.  In addition, teachers are certified as catechists by the Archdiocese of Boston.

The Lower School at St. Mary's School consists of Grades 1, 2, 3 and 4.

The Upper School

The Upper School at St. Mary's School consists of Grades 5, 6, 7 and 8. The Upper School is organized so that students are taught by a variety of teachers.  This allows students the opportunity to learn from teachers who are specialists in certain areas.  It also helps students to learn to organize themselves and their assignments.