College Counseling

A liberal arts curriculum prepares students to become whatever God is calling them to be. MRA strives to ensure that all doors remain open to students as they discern their vocation. We therefore strongly encourage students to prepare for college by taking all the necessary steps to keep the door open.

MRA is a Collegeboard approved test-site so students can take the PSAT on campus.

Juniors are also offered an SAT prep course on the MRA campus. The course meets outside of the school day. Students practice, prepare, and learn the strategies needed in order to be successful on the SAT.

Seniors receive personal attention and college counseling during the school day throughout their senior year. They also attend college fairs at local public schools during the fall.

We also invite guest speakers to visit the campus to help students in their discernment process. Speakers include alumni, financial aid advisors, and college admissions team members. In 2012, we gratefully welcomed the president of the Cardinal Newman Society - Mr. Patrick Reilly - onto our campus. His keynote address was entitled, "The State of Higher Catholic Education". 

To access a presentation entitled "Which door to open? What keys are needed?" click here. This was given by Headmaster Derek Tremblay and contextualizes the discernment process for high school students. 

The NHEAF Network Organization also provides free college counseling services, including how to finance a college education. NHEAF provides a session once a year on campus for students and parents. 

Click here to view the high school profile. 

Class of 2017 SAT Performance

SAT
ERW
Math
Composite
Class Average
591
539
1130
Top 15% of Class
710
725
1435
Top 30% of Class
698
635
1333
National Average
500
500
1000
  • 100% of class participated
  • One student scored 1540 (60 points shy of perfect score)