Harry MacLean, SSM Class of 1960, is going from written word to the silver screen.
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BioScience Center of Excellence graduate Khai Du ’16 publishes peer-reviewed article in science journal.
Kate Bittenbender ’25 continues her success in moutain biking racing.
Opera singer and 2010 graduate of the SSM Vocal Performance Program makes her big debut at the Met.
New Online Education Option
A self-paced online component has been part of the SSM curriculum for years and now it will be available for more students in a fully online model.
Whether it's yard games on the Parade Field or a field trip to the Twin Cities, there's always something going on! Stay updated on all weekend offerings.
Join the SSM community as we cultivate creative and independent thinking in our students as they become citizens of integrity for an ever-changing world.
summer at ssm
See what SSM has to offer all summer long with our extensive list of programs and camps.
SSM has both high and low Challenge Courses, with programs available for team building, leadership teams, school-age groups, and more.
weCreate® is a space and also a philosophy that stresses creativity, collaboration, and innovation.
Three out of four students live at the School, which means life at SSM is a 24/7 experience. Life-long friendships begin here.
Walking through the Upper School and seeing all the names and awards lining the halls, I often look up and see the history of SSM on those plaques and picture my name on one of them.
Jakob Perivolotis '21, Student
A memorable moment during my time at SSM was my first night here. I was sitting on a bench, looking up at the clocktower, and watching the staff playing with their families on the parade field. This was the first time I was away from home and somehow I wasn’t scared and I felt like I was home. It made me feel safe.
Kaden Burkart '21 - Student
Shattuck-St. Mary’s has given me so many great opportunities, allowing me to grow into my own, learn and collaborate with others, and create memories that I will cherish for a long time to come. As an international student, it has been a fun experience to be able to share a little bit of my culture by way of International Day, and having the opportunity to be a part of a choir project at a nearby college, reciting poetry in my native language.
Tusani Nhleko '21 - Student