An MMS graduate stands out.
Some families may think they have to choose between a school with a nurturing, welcoming culture and profound academic preparation.
Not so at MMS.
Our students learn in deep, enduring and impressive ways while also growing in a compassionate, joy-filled, purpose-driven community.
The results speak for themselves.
REPRESENTATIVE COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED BY MMS GRADUATES
Academy of Art University
Bard College at Simon's Rock
Evergreen State College
Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
Harvey Mudd College (Claremont Colleges)
Lewis & Clark
New York University
Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts
Saint Mary's College
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
San Jose State University
Santa Clara University
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
United States Naval Academy
University of British Columbia
University of California at Berkeley
University of California at Los Angeles
University of California at San Diego
University of California at Santa Cruz
University of Oregon
University of Pennsylvania
University of Southern California
University of St Andrews
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin
Western Washington University
REPRESENTATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY MMS GRADUATES
Archie Williams High School (Formerly Sir Francis Drake High School)
The Bay School of San Francisco
Berkeley High School
Berkeley Independent Study
The Branson School
Convent of the Sacred Heart
Idyllwild Arts Academy
The Marin School
Marin School of Environmental Leadership
Marin School of the Arts
Northfield Mount Hermon
Novato High School
Phillips Exeter Academy
Rancho Cotate High School
Redwood High School
Saint Ignatius College Preparatory
Saint Mary's College High School
Salesian High School
San Francisco University High School
San Francisco Waldorf School
San Rafael High School
Santa Catalina School
Santa Fe Preparatory School
Tamalpais High School
Tamiscal High School
Terra Linda High School
The Thacher School
The Urban School of San Francisco
Hear what our alumni have to say.
The classroom environment at MMS makes being a leader natural."
MMS helped me to navigate high school and Yale by teaching me how to take charge."
From a young age, you're taught to be a leader because you're in a classroom with multiple age groups."
MMS teachers are teaching because they love to do it and they love to have fun doing it."