Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall
|Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall|
|200 High Street
Milford, Connecticut 06460
|Motto||Fides consequitur quodquonque petit
(Faith attains all that it seeks)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Founder||Sisters of Mercy|
|President||Dr. Antoinette Iadarola|
|Average class size||100|
|Student to teacher ratio||1:12|
|Campus size||30 acres (120,000 m2)|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
|Athletics||Field Hockey, Soccer, Cross Country, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer, Indoor Track, Ice Hockey, Skiing, Golf, Lacrosse, Tennis, Softball, and Track and Field.|
|Athletics conference||South Connecticut Conference|
|Sports||Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Diving, Field Hockey, Golf, Ice Hockey, Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball|
|Accreditation||New England Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Publication||The Looking Glass (literary magazine), Hallmarks (school magazine)|
|Admissions Director||Kathleen Shine|
|Athletic Director||Nicole Cammara|
The Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall is a parochial, Roman Catholic, all-girls high school at 200 High Street in Milford, Connecticut, United States. It is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford.
Lauralton Hall was established in 1905 by the Sisters of Mercy. It is the oldest Catholic college-preparatory school for girls in Connecticut. In August 2011, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the Connecticut Historic Preservation Council.
Lauralton Hall has a high college acceptance rate. Students from all over southern Connecticut attend Lauralton Hall. Many students take the train to school.
Lauralton Hall's 2015 Field Hockey team were the regular season champs and the Southern Connecticut Conference Champs. The swimming team was the 2015 state champions.
- Rosa DeLauro, politician
- Lorraine Warren, investigator of paranormal activities (notably the "Amityville Horror House") with husband Ed Warren, briefly attended.
Notes and references
- NEASC-CIS. "NEASC-Commission on Independent Schools". Archived from the original on June 16, 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-28.
- AOLMLH. "School Overview". Archived from the original on May 18, 2007. Retrieved 2007-05-11.
- Fairfield County Catholic, February 2011 page 15.
- Weekly List Of Actions Taken On Properties: 8/29/11 through 9/02/11
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