Mount St. Mary Academy
College Preparation

“Must be a Mount Girl!”

Mount Girls are known for being bright, inquisitive, team-oriented and service-driven. They can be seen voicing their opinions on college campuses, starting their own businesses or collecting cans at local food pantries. A Mount Girl is more than smart and accomplished; she is grounded in mercy values and guided by her faith. She loves learning and extends that passion to everything she does. She also recognizes her own intrinsic dignity and worth and respects that of others.


At Mount St. Mary, each student is challenged, and remarkable things happen once she decides to accept that challenge. Increased academic performance, self-confidence, and leadership traits emerge in the four years leading up to graduation. Each year, graduates maintain a 100% college acceptance rate with scholarship offerings nearing $10 million and 6,000 hours of service to the community. With a foundational base of knowledge, experience, and spirituality, our students are well equipped, empowered, and prepared for whatever the future holds. Must be Mount Girls!


School Accomplishments

  • Founded in 1851, Mount St. Mary Academy is the oldest high school and the only all-girls school in Arkansas
  • 535 student body, grades 9-12
  • 10 AP and 10 IB courses offered for the 2016-2017 school year, 19 AP courses offered for 2017-2018
  • 13 online courses offered through a variety of teacher-interactive and student-driven online platforms
  • 15 hours of college credit available through the concurrent credit program with UALR – a savings of approximately $3,090*
  • Service Learning Program with students volunteering at 25 service sites in the Greater Little Rock community
  • 1:14 faculty:student ratio and 1:11 in IB courses
  • 24.4 ACT mean score (5-year average)

**Based on $206 per credit hour.
Students must meet eligibility requirements.


Class of 2015 Accomplishments

  • Earned over $10 million in college scholarships
  • 100% pursue higher education
  • One National Achievement Scholar
  • Five Governor’s Scholars participants
  • Seven IB diploma recipients
  • 1,500 hours of college credit received in the UALR concurrent credit program
  • 5,432 hours of community service completed in their senior year alone