The school day at St. Mary’s lasts from 8:00 am until 2:15 for our Early Childhood Education Program and until 2:25 for our Kindergarten through Grade 8. There is free Early Morning Care for all students starting at 7:30 am and a comprehensive Extended Day program after school. 


Yes, St. Mary’s offers every family enrolled at school the opportunity to utilize the comprehensive Extended Day program after the school day. To learn more please visit our Extended Day page, found here.


Does the school serve lunch?

St. Mary’s has partnered with the Brookline Public School system to offer hot lunch available for free to every student enrolled at St. Mary’s. 


St. Mary’s is located on several bus lines and in between the Brookline Village and Coolidge Corner T stops. Many students walk or bike to school and families drive their children to school. Currently, we do not offer school bus transportation to St. Mary’s.


St. Mary’s is proud to offer interscholastic Cross Country and Basketball for students from Grade 4 – Grade 8. We also offer inter-mural after school sports clubs in Soccer, Volleyball, Tennis, and Dance. 


St. Mary of the Assumption School is dedicated to providing need based financial aid to improve the accessibility of our school. We believe that Catholic education should be provided to every family that seeks it. To that end, St. Mary’s has multiple resources to provide financial aid to students enrolled in Kindergarten through Grade 8. 

  • Due to generations of prudent stewardship and management, St. Mary’s is able to provide a limited amount of financial aid to families from our own funds.

  • The Catholic Schools Foundation has been a partner of St. Mary’s for decades in providing financial aid assistance for income eligible families to provide a Catholic education to their children. 

  • The St. Vincent De Paul Society of St. Mary of the Assumption parish is committed to providing financial support to income eligible families seeking financial aid.