What accreditations and affiliations does St. Martin's have?

St. Martin's is fully accredited by AIMS (Association of Maryland Schools), the governing body of 120 independent schools in Maryland and DC.

St. Martin's also has been a member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools since its inception. This puts St. Martin's in the company of more than 1,200 schools around the world whose Episcopal identities foster a welcoming faith tradition that celebrates inclusion and diversity, as well as commitment to academic excellence and service.

What is the admissions deadline?

Applications are due by January 31 for best consideration.

Do you offer financial aid?

Families may apply for Financial Aid through our partnership with School and Student Services (SSS) of National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).  Visit our Tuition and Scholarship page for more information.

What is the total number of students in the school?

We currently serve approximately 285 students from Anne Arundel County and beyond.

What is the average class size?

The average class size is 16 students.

What are the school hours?

Lower and Middle School students begin their day at 8:30a.m.  Dismissal is at 3:30p.m.

Preschool students arrive at 8:45a.m.  1/2 day students dismiss at 11:45a.m. and full day students dismiss at 3:00p.m.

Do you offer before and after-school care?

The Mustang Club, our before and after-school care program, is available to all students on a monthly, prepaid, reservation only basis.  Click here for additional details including registrations forms and reservations.

Where do your graduates go to High School?

100% of our graduates are accepted to their first High School of choice.  Some of our most recent acceptances include Archbishop Spalding, Mount St. Joseph, St. Mary's, Key School, Gunston, Indian Creek, and Notre Dame Preparatory School. Graduates also choose to attend Severna Park High School and other public high schools.