Uniquely Stone Ridge



different faith traditions represented in our student body


Founding Mothers have been recognized as saints by the Catholic Church


of our families identify as Catholic



teaching faculty:
124 hold a Masters degree
16 have their Doctorate degree


upperclassmen participate in the STEM Certificate Program

Seal of Biliteracy

first Catholic school in Maryland and only all girls school to offer this opportunity

Colleges attended

Here is a sample of 
matriculations from the
87 graduates in the
Class of 2019:
Boston College •
University of Maryland •
Spelman College •
University of Notre Dame

Social Action

Giving back

Thanksgiving drive
Advent drive
Lenten drive


Social Action sites served in the Washington, DC area


full school days are dedicated to the Upper School Social Action program

Green Gators

15 water bottle refill stations on campus



students from over 40 cities around the DMV


students of color


families were awarded Financial Aid for the 2019-2020 school year



Middle and Upper School music students performed in Chorus, Band, or Orchestra


field trips took place by classes Kindergarten through Grade 12


athletic teams participated in 16 different sports


Educating Mind & Heart

As part of a 200-year tradition of Sacred Heart education
and a global network in 41 countries and 150 schools,
Stone Ridge makes a consistent commitment to educating
the mind and the heart of our students so that they may
grow in wisdom, faith, and grace and with purpose and integrity.

“Times change, and we must change with them.”
— St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, Foundress of the Society of the Sacred Heart (1800)

Explore what makes Stone Ridge unique.

Little Hearts

Co-ed, Infants through Kindergarten

Nurturing growth for a strong educational foundation.

Lower School

All girls, Grades 1-4

Inspiring a lifelong love of learning and giving.

Middle School

All girls, Grades 5-8

Discovering talents and building confidence.

Upper School

All girls, Grades 9-12

Cultivating an empowered leader.

News & Events

National Museum of African American History and Culture

On November 26, students from the Voices from the African Diaspora took a field trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). The African Diapora half year class examines the rich literary traditions of the African diaspora--the dispersion of people of African descent away from their ancestral homeland and throughout the world.

Continue Reading about Enriching Voices from the African Diaspora at National Museum of African American History and Culture