The St. Mary's Academy & College campus is owned and operated by the Society of St. Pius X, an international priestly society founded in 1970 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre to maintain the traditional Catholic priesthood and all the works related to it.
Incorporated in Kansas, the mission of the schools is spelled out in the statutes of the Society of St. Pius X: "Schools, truly free and unfettered, able to bestow on youth a thoroughly Christian education, shall be fostered and, if need be, founded by the members of the Society. From these will come vocations and Christian homes" (Statutes III, 4)
The Academy is a private Catholic school serving children in grades K - 12. The College is a coeducational liberal arts college offering a 2-year Associates of Arts degree. The associate's degree program is designed to provide suitable foundations for further academic and professional studies. This degree program focuses largely around studies in theology, philosophy, and classical languages, but includes other subjects.
To learn more about student life at St. Mary's College, visit the college's website here.