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Discover Mayfield at our Virtual Q&A Sessions!

Have questions about our programs? Our faculty and staff have the answers!

We’ve arranged a great line-up of virtual presentations and panels so you can chat on Zoom with some of our administrators, teachers and alums. They’re excited to answer all your questions about life and learning at Mayfield!

Join us for an interactive Q&A session this fall

We believe that the high school search process is all about finding a learning community that’s the right fit for you—a place where you can be yourself! In these virtual Q&A sessions, you'll find out how our Holy Child educational philosophy infuses all our programs and helps your unique gifts come alive. Sign up now and get your questions ready for us!

Event Program

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  • Humanities: Explore the World and Find Your Voice

    Monday, Oct. 11
    6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    on Zoom

    It’s all about understanding ourselves, each other and the world around us. Chat with our History, World Languages and English teachers about what you’ll delve into during your freshman year—stories of the past and present, research and critical thinking skills, language exploration and, ultimately, developing your own voice.

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  • STEM: A pathway for every single student

    Wednesday, Oct. 20
    6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    on Zoom

    Science, technology engineering, math—and more! Our Freshman Foundations curriculum sets every single student up for STEM success. Ask our freshman Math and Conceptual Physics teachers how they help their students embrace challenge and foster an “I think I can” growth mindset.

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  • Faith & Service: “Actions Not Words”

    Tuesday, Oct. 26
    6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    on Zoom

    Spirituality and service to others are at the heart of our Holy Child educational mission. Mayfield graduates are compassionate women of faith and action, ready to make a difference in the world. Talk to our Theology department and our Campus Ministry team about the many ways our students learn to live out the school’s motto, “Actions Not Words.”

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  • Student Life: What will you discover at Mayfield?

    Monday, Nov. 8
    6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    on Zoom

    Go beyond the classroom, explore your passions and discover new gifts! Sign up for this session to learn more about Cubs athletics, our Conservatory for the Arts and student life at Mayfield. We'll be talking about student leadership opportunities, clubs, justice & belonging programming, our pioneering four-year Formation of Self curriculum and more.

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  • Our Amazing Alums: How Mayfield Grads are thriving

    Monday, Nov. 15
    6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    on Zoom

    Ask them anything! Meet some of our amazing alums and hear about how their Mayfield experience prepared them for college and beyond. You'll be able to talk to grads who are currently attending a wide variety of schools, both in California and across the country—from large public universities to small liberal arts colleges.

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Admissions Timeline

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— Mia M. '22

Mayfield is a place that challenges you but is extremely supportive. The teachers want you to succeed and are willing to offer help and one-on-one practice. It is a place you'll long to be because everything you love is there: friends, food, sports, school (yes—school at Mayfield is fun!), arts, and many more.

— Holly G. ’23

I can go on for days explaining why I enjoy all the different aspects of Mayfield! The academics are challenging and motivating, and I feel as if everyday I can come home and share with my family that I have gained more knowledge. The support from teachers, staff, and other students is astounding. If I have questions, or need help, someone is always there to guide me. Mayfield sparked my enjoyment for going to school.

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    Merilisa Ramirez 

    Director of Admissions
    (626) 799-9121 ext. 287
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    Jade Stewart 09

    Assistant Director of Admissions and Summer@Mayfield Coordinator
    (626) 799-9121 ext. 298

Learning at Mayfield is interactive, productive, and fun.

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  • 1:7

    Faculty-Student Ratio
    Individualized attention deepens learning and each class becomes an engaging workshop.
  • 100%

    College Acceptance
    Two top-notch counselors guide students and families to discover universities where our graduates will flourish.
  • 22

    Sports teams
    Athletes model dedication, discipline, camaraderie on highly competitive teams.
  • 17

    Average Class Size
    Students engage in small, confidence-building classes.
  • 32

    AP/Honors Courses
    We challenge girls to learn and study like college students.
  • 330

    student enrollment
    Inside Mayfield's right-sized, welcoming community girls know each other and form lasting friendships.

  • 62%

    Student Diversity
    An excellent education must also feature a diverse student body.
  • 44

    Student-Run Clubs
    Clubs deliver beyond-the-classroom lessons in leadership and service.
  • 9

    Conservatory for the Arts programs
    Working artists help students discover their creative voices.
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    Letters in our School Motto: “Actions Not Words”
    We are dedicated to serving others and learning by doing.
Established in 1931, Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women grades 9-12. Noted for its rigorous academic program, which includes 28 Advanced Placement and Honors courses, Mayfield’s curriculum is underscored by a philosophy of educating the “whole child,” which also encourages commitment to and excellence in the arts, athletics, community service and spiritual growth. The nurturing environment at Mayfield Senior School allows each student to flourish in an atmosphere of personal attention.