“Become limit breakers and do not be average. Once you graduate from De Marillac, everyone will have lots of expectations from you, so never, ever, be afraid to become extraordinary.” - Nicu, Class of 2007
We believe that neighborhood of residence and socio-economic status should not determine a child’s access to quality education or ultimate success in life.
"I am extremely thankful for the continued support that the Graduate Support Program has given me and my former classmates." - Kim, Class of 2005
Small class sizes and a 12:1 student to teacher ratio promote intensive, individualized attention.
"Because of DMA, I am attending a high school I never thought I would attend." - Julissa, Class of 2013
90% of all De Marillac graduates have completed high school successfully or are still in school, compared to local high school graduation rates of less than 68% among similar students.
Last summer, Maria Zelaya, De Marillac Class of 2012, returned from an immersion trip to El Salvador with some of her classmates from St. Ignatius High School. This was a special trip for Maria because her father escaped El Salvador during the Civil War in the 1980s. This was her first time visiting her homeland … Continue reading