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The Road to 115!
Marymount School is thrilled to be nearing the completion of our second permanent campus at 115 East 97th Street, which will open in Fall 2023 as the home of Classes VI-XII. Designed by visionary architects COOKFOX, this 152,000 square foot building will enhance and expand the academic, athletic, and artistic programming for our Upper Mid and Upper Schools. Key spaces include a chapel, fitness and wellness center, theater, learning laboratories, dining area, and outdoor spaces. While Nursery-Class V will be housed in our flagship campus on Fifth Avenue, all Marymount students will have access to the state-of the-art facilities at 115 East 97th Street. 

We are now in the home stretch of this project and call upon all members of the Marymount community to be part of this transformative moment in our school history by supporting the Capital Campaign. As of June 2022, we have reached 91% of our $60 million goal thanks to the generosity of over 500 donors. The School seeks outright gifts and pledges payable over 3-5 years in order to complete this visionary endeavor. Gifts range from $1,000 - $3,000,000, with leadership level giving beginning at $250,000.

Contact Megan Mulcahy '07, Associate Director of Development, to learn more about how you can be a part of Marymount's future. To fulfill an existing pledge payment, please click here.


An anchor for our new building, the RSHM Chapel will be a meaningful expression of the School's values and Catholic heritage. This sacred space will encourage reflection and spiritual growth for our community of faith, as students explore questions of personal integrity, ethical decision-making, and social justice.

Fitness & Wellness Center

With a new regulation-size gymnasium and dance, exercise, and training rooms, Marymount will expand its PE and athletics programs to promote lifelong fitness and provide opportunities for healthy competition, leadership, and teamwork. Up to 300 fans will be able to cheer our Lions on to victory at home games and tournaments.


Creative self-expression is key to a Marymount education. Countless students find their voice, discover their passion, and find a sense of belonging through our performing arts and music programs. The proscenium theater will allow 300 attendees to assemble for choral and instrumental performances, theatrical productions, and guest speakers.

Learning Laboratories

Innovative learning spaces will be "living laboratories" to foster collaboration and leadership in our students and effectively facilitate critical thinking and problem solving. The Fab Lab and Design & Engineering Studio on the ground floor anchor these spaces as hubs of curiosity, imagination, and innovation.

Dining Area

Infused with abundant natural light, the dining area is a place where students will cultivate relationships and grow in community. This full-floor space offers spacious indoor and outdoor eating areas, with a teaching garden and additional collaborative outdoor space.

Outdoor Spaces

Informed by the importance of nature to our intellectual, aesthetic, and spiritual growth, numerous outdoor spaces are interspersed throughout the building. The Prayer Garden outside of the Chapel is an example of a beautiful space where students can learn, reflect, and be inspired.