Education For All Becoming a Real Possibility

Mount Royal Academy is offering a special opportunity for families looking to transfer right now. For a limited time, application and registration fees will be waived for families who transfer into Mount Royal Academy from public school this academic year.

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First Quarter Academic Honors

Mount Royal Academy has announced academic awards for the 1st Quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. 42 students earned a position on the Headmaster’s List with a 4.0 average for the 1st quarter.

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Affordable Education Is Within Reach

Mount Royal awards up to $300,000 in total financial aid to qualifying families each year. Thanks to God’s gracious will, tenacious fundraising, established relationships with generous benefactors, and shrew planning by school leadership, the school continues to deliver a qualitatively better educational experience at a fraction of the cost.

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MRA Named to Catholic Honor Roll

Mount Royal Academy has been recognized as a Catholic Education Honor Roll School. The national Honor Roll program is directed by the Cardinal Newman Society and has recognized over 300 high-performing Catholic high schools nationwide since the program’s inception in 2004. MRA engaged in a thorough internal and external review of its comprehensive program offerings before being awarded this status.  It has received specific recognition for its strong integration of Catholic identity throughout its efforts, including the integrity of its mission, and the strength of its community and rich spir...

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Baby Bottle Benefit Drive Saves Lives

Mount Royal Academy’s Admissions Director and theology teacher, Matt McMenaman, recently presented a $500.00 check to Anne Burge of Pregnancy Center of the Upper Valley. It was the culmination of a “baby bottle benefit” fundraiser that took place at the school during the spring.

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Historic Statewide Consecration of Catholic Schools

It was a great blessing to join Bishop Libasci and 6,000 Catholic school students from 27 NH Catholic schools to consecrate ourselves to the Blessed Virgin Mary. These words of the Bishop’s consecration prayer capture the essence of the event, “Dearest Mother, we know that each of us is precious in your eyes and that all that you embrace is touched by God’s grace. As the Angel Gabriel said, you are “full of grace,” and, “the Lord is with you” (Luke 1:28). Therefore, we place our administrators, our teachers, students and staff, all our properties, our buildings as well as all operations, inte...

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Gifts and Talents That Bring Joy

Kealan is a great example of what makes MRA a family. He can as easily be found playing with elementary students at recess as helping a high school student with math.

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Jacinta Hogan ('19) Wins Respect Life Essay Contest

Despite already competing in two sports, serving in student government, and being a member of the national honors society, Jacinta Hogan ('19) took up the challenge to submit an entry into the Knights of Columbus respect life essay contest. It was open to junior high and high school students in New Hampshire. Her efforts paid off as she was recently notified that she was one of six winners of the $100 cash prize. As the Knights State Culture of Life Director, Ron Di Stasio, noted, Jacinta’s “submission shows that (she) understands fully what is needed to reach out to those in crisis.”

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3rd Quarter Academic Honors

Mount Royal Academy has announced academic awards for the 3rd quarter of the 2016-2017 school year. 29 students earned a position on the Headmaster’s List with a 4.0 average. More than 60% of the student body attained Honor Roll recognition; placing on the Headmaster’s List, the High Honors List (no more than one B), or the Honors List (no more than one C). Grade 1 High Honors: Isabella Acevedo, Olivia Heath, Kathryn McLaughlin, Marissa Ouellette, Brett Pignataro Honors: Ella Gifford Grade 2 Headmaster’s List: Lindsey Smrkovski High Honors: Paige Hall, Nicholas Lavertue, Claire Th...

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Determined to Succeed

All of his teachers attest to his studious nature. William is not content to accept mediocrity and often spends many extra hours completing assignments on weekends. His labors have paid off this year as William achieved honors in the first two quarters.

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