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Giving to St. Mary's

The Office of Advancement
Proud Of Our Past...Focused On Our Future
The Office of Advancement at St. Mary's High School is responsible for the coordination of all unrestricted and restricted fundraising, facilitation of external communications and sustainment of a vibrant alumni relations program. This Office shares and celebrates the traditions and stories of St. Mary's. The goal is to foster a culture of philanthropy and engagement within the St. Mary's Community. This is done by providing leadership, service, social and spiritual activities for St. Mary’s graduates, parents and friends and by inviting them to become donors through the Annual Fund campaign as well as special restricted and capital drives.

St. Mary’s High School relies on the continued support of alumni, parents, friends, community partnerships and other constituents to support itself and keep tuition affordable so that all families have access to St. Mary’s quality education. There are many ways to give. It is this generosity that allows St. Mary's High School to be the most affordable all-boys school in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.

Online Giving
Philanthropic support is important to St. Mary's High School’s continued growth and success. Through our online giving program, a person can conveniently make a donation using a major credit card (MC, VISA, Discover) and be confident that his or her donation is safe, secure and private. Just follow the link below to St. Mary's Online Giving Site. For more information, please contact Mr. Joe Divis '88, Director of Advancement at 314-481-8400 x112 or

St. Mary's High School Online Giving Site

St. Mary's High School External Fundraising Policy
The oversight and coordination of all external fundraising at St. Mary's High School is the responsibility of the Office of Advancement. No member of the faculty, staff or volunteer acting in the name of St. Mary's High School may contact a prospective donor or solicit a gift or service without the expressed permission of the director of advancement, or in his absence, the president.