Kim Kossuth Director of Admissions

Welcome to Mount Alvernia

Thank you for your interest in Mount Alvernia High School! We are looking forward to getting to know your daughter and your family. We welcome opportunities for families to take a tour of our campus and for students to spend a Shadow Day getting to know our community.

Mount Alvernia High School, a school for girls in grades 7-12, has a long legacy of educating students to become the young women they were made to be. With over 20+ years of 100% college acceptance, the rigorous academic coursework paired with intimate class sizes sets us apart from others. We pride ourselves on the individual attention all our students receive.

Please reach out any time with questions you have.

We look forward to seeing you soon!


Admissions Overview

Why Mount Alvernia?

A Remarkably Rich High School Experience

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Shadow Days

Experience A Day At Mount Alvernia

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Directions & Transportation

790 Centre Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02458

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Welcome to 790 Centre Street!

A Look at MAHS

Since 1927, Mount Alvernia High School has enlightened and shaped courageous, compassionate and articulate women who believe that life has a purpose, who are able to discern the “good” and who will be an effective force for it in the world.

1:9 Teacher Student Ratio
100% Students Accepted to College
100% Participation in Co-Curricular Activities
60% Students Participate in Athletics
6000+ Community Service Hours
1:1 Chromebook Program
123 AP Exams
2000 Alumnae Throughout the World

Upcoming Admissions Events

10 Dec 2020
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about our academics, faith and service, extracurriculars and community.   RSVP

Interested in MAHS?

When a student graduates from Mount Alvernia she has not simply completed a rigorous academic curriculum. She has developed into a responsible member of a community who is aware of her intellectual achievements and who is curious to learn more, she has shared experiences on the playing field and on the court, in classrooms and activities, she has prayed for and with those she cares most about.