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Introduction

Those touched by the Maternity of Mary - Saint Andrew, or MMSA Catholic School experience share a common legacy.  With that legacy comes the opportunity, and the responsibility, to play a fundamental role in continuing our history of Catholic education in Saint Paul.  For well over half a century, the churches of Maternity of Mary and Saint Andrew have been educating children in the Como Park Neighborhood.  The quality, strength, and Catholic traditions of Maternity of Mary - Saint Andrew School have been built by our school's churches, generations of alumni, parishioners, parents, students, and faculty all dedicated to the mission of our Catholic school.  A strong Catholic education continues to be the focal point of our mission.  

Our Future

Due to the generosity of many parishioners, parents, grandparents, and alumni, we have been able to continue our mission and create an educational environment that supports the needs of all of our students.  Every donation allows MMSA to continue to offer an atmosphere where our students supported by an outstanding faculty, tremendous arts and athletics programs, and rigorous educational programming.  Every donor supports a Catholic school experience that thousands of our alumni can attest to.

The world of discovery, imagination, faith and excellence for every student is possible because of critically important contributions to the MMSA Tuition Assistance fund.  Support is an affirmation of the high value placed on an MMSA Catholic education and the important role it plays in enhancing the lives of our students.  We hope that every student who gains admission to MMSA, should be able to attend regardless of their family's financial status.  This year, MMSA gave over $42,000 in financial grants.  This would not have been possible without the generous support of alumni, parents, grandparents and so many others who believe in the importance of Catholic education.  If you would be willing to make a donation to the MMSA Tuition Assistance Fund, please contact the school at 651.489.1459.