Saint Saviour at a Glance

Principal: Dr. Paula T. McKeown
Enrollment: 200 young women
Tuition ’17 -’18: $10,300
Fees: $300 one-time registration
Dress Code: Uniform
Choices Considered: All
Scholarships: Students who list SSHS as their first, second or third choice on the TACHS exam will be considered for scholarships. Academic scholarships are awarded on the basis of the applicant’s TACHS exam score and 6th, 7th and 8th grade academic record.
TACHS Code #: 010


Since 1917, Saint Saviour has embraced the vision of its founders, the School Sisters of Notre Dame: the pursuit of academic excellence and service within an inclusive, diverse community. You want the best high school education you can find. You want to learn and to grow in an environment that prepares you for tomorrow’s world. St. Saviour will lead you beyond the classroom and prepare you to meet that world. Students of all faiths are welcomed. 

Academic
  • Individualized honors program
  • Average class size – 16
  • 12 Advanced Placement courses offered in all disciplines at senior, junior and sophomore levels
  • Concurrent enrollment in college courses through St. John’s University
  • Minimum 5-year foreign language study: Latin, French, Spanish; college-credit available in each language
  • 4-year Religious Studies and retreat program
  • Fine Arts program with advanced study options in Music and Studio Art. Ensemble class offered for students who have some formal training in playing a musical instrument. Music Production elective for seniors. Personal one-on-one art portfolio development
  • Enterprise high-speed wireless network with Chromebook 1:World program, Windows and MAC based Computer lab.
  • Technology initiatives include: Digital Citizenship, AP Computer Science, Arduino, Game Design, Minecraft, Video editing, 3D Printing and beginner to advanced Adobe Photoshop
Guidance
  • Two qualified counselors guide students through their four years of academic, personal and college selection/application process
  • Comprehensive college-prep program implemented in junior and senior years
  • Annual College Fair
  • Individualized and small group tutoring available before, during and after school
Spiritual
  • Chaplain, Rev. Frank W. Spacek, D. Min
  • Active Campus Ministry
  • Community service is encouraged and supported
Success
  • 100% graduation and college acceptance rates
  • 74% of the graduates from Class of 2017 earned merit scholarships
  • 80% of AP students earned college credit in May 2016
  • Recent college acceptances include: Binghamton, Boston College, Boston University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Colorado School of Mines, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Macaulay Honors College, NYU Engineering, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Northeastern University, Occidental College, Princeton University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, Smith College, U.C. San Diego, University of Maryland-College Park, University of Mass. at Amherst, U.S. Naval Academy Prep School and Villanova University
Social
  • Community service supported and encouraged
  • Competitive Varsity and JV sports program
  • Wide range of clubs and activities
  • Faculty chaperoned international travel
Admissions Criteria
  • TACHS Exam, use code 010
  • Application and academic records must be submitted by mid-December