St. Vincent Pallotti High School is the oldest coeducational, Catholic, secondary, college preparatory school in the Archdiocese of Washington. Founded in 1921 by the Pallottine Sisters, the school is located in historic Laurel, Maryland near the intersection of four Maryland counties: Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George's. We attract students from over 50 different schools in these Maryland counties and the District of Columbia.

Pallotti offers young men and women the best of both worlds. We are large enough to boast a wide-ranging curriculum, cutting edge technology, and a diverse selection of extracurricular activities. We are also small enough that each student is treated as an individual, possessing unique talents and abilities. We offer spiritually enriching retreats and service opportunities, and over 20 interscholastic sports teams. Pallotti is a place where young people can receive the nurturing they need and the freedom to spread their wings. 

Pallotti at a Glance

  • Total student body: 445 
  • Average classroom: 18 students, allowing for engaging academic experience 
  • Averaging over 15 AP courses and over 20 Honors level courses
  • 100 percent of students complete a minimum of 80 hours of community service
  • Specialized four year academic programs including a visual and performing Arts Academy, Accelerated Science at Pallotti (ASAP), and Future Engineers
  • Retreat program that includes Freshmen retreat, one service-based retreat, and Kairos
  • 1:1 Bring your own device program
  • Offering more than 20 extracurricular activities and clubs including National Honor Society (NHS), Model United Nations, and Student Government Association (SGA)
  • Over 95% of graduates continue in higher education immediately following graduation
  • Over 20 varsity athletic teams with men's teams competing in the MIAA (Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association) and women's teams competing in the IAAM (Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland)
  • Average annual college scholarship awards totals of $4.5 million
  • 70 percent of students participate in one or more sports
  • Accredited by the Maryland State Department of Edcuation, Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and the Association of Independent Maryland Schools (A.I.M.S.)