St. Mary's High School, founded in 1946, is a Catholic, coeducational, parish high school. Located in Annapolis, Md., the school offers enrollment to over 500 students in grades nine through 12. Its curriculum includes English, math, science, social studies, religion, business, music, art, computer studies and physical education. It also offers courses, such as theater, journalism, public speaking and foreign languages, including Spanish, French and Latin. It offers various activities, such as math team, fabric art and chess clubs, equestrian club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and National Honor Society. It provides various sports activities, including football, hockey, soccer, volleyball, cross-country, wrestling, swimming, lacrosse, baseball and tennis. The school offers a number of scholarship programs to its students, such as Neumann scholars and Royal Blue tuition assistance. The school is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.