Mary Star of the Sea High School is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year; applications for all grades are accepted. All applications have a $75 processing fee that can be paid in cash, check, or via PayPal. Click Here to apply online now. Click Here to view a PDF version of the MSHS Admission Application. Forms can be brought in person, emailed to email@example.com, or mailed to Mary Star of the Sea High School at 2500 N. Taper Ave., San Pedro, CA 90731. For any questions please call the main office at 310-547-1138.
Hawaiian Vacation: Luigi Frisina (ticket sold by Allison Castagnola); $500 Cash: Florance Felix (ticket sold by Jayde Felix); Las Vegas Getaway: Gary & Veronica Procta (ticket sold by Aaron Hernandez); 4 Disneyland Tickets and Parking Passes: Kim Ferrandino (ticket sold by Gabriella Ferrandino).
The 28th Annual A Night of a Thousand Stars fundraiser to benefit Mary Star of the Sea High School will take place this Saturday May 6, 2017. We are excited to announce the Live Auction as well as our Big Board items.
Former Mary Star students Nicole Duran, Anthony Palma and Jake Sullivan rescue a family from a car accident and are honored for a championship moment by the Los Angeles Kings. Click to see the video link.
Coach Phil Cantwell, originally from Los Angeles, went to Notre Dame University and coached the Mary Star Football Program from 1954-1959. He was a tough coach who knew how to make you want to play to the best of your ability.
On Thursday, November 10, 2016 the ASB along with the US Army, hosted our Veteran’s Day Ceremony during a morning assembly . Our students displayed the “America’s White Table” in honor of our soldiers missing in action.
100%Graduate Annually24Average Class Size99%of Class of 2016 College Bound91%of Class of 2016 met A-G Requirements19:1Student / Faculty Ratio$1.6 Millionin Financial Assistance given to students in 2015-2016
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Mary Star of the Sea High School, located in San Pedro, California, serves the Los Angeles Harbor and surrounding communities. The school is operated by Mary Star of the Sea Parish under the supervision of the Department of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The school focuses on the fundamentals of a quality education interwoven with strong Catholic principles. The curriculum is grounded in a college preparatory program with a four-year honor track option. This is enhanced by an average class size of 24 and a committed, quality faculty.