International Students

Saint Maria Goretti High School, under the Archdiocese of Baltimore, has been accepting international students for the past several years.  Our school’s International Student Program is dedicated to providing quality Catholic education to non-immigrant foreign students.

The Archdiocese of Baltimore will issue the I-20 form, which is certified by the federal government to accept international students. Goretti’s International Student Program is dedicated to provide quality Catholic education to non-immigrant foreign students.

Applicants from Asia

St. Maria Goretti High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school and provides an inclusive premier Catholic secondary education challenging students spiritually, academically, and physically in order to forge a foundation for building faith and making life choices. Goretti is located in Hagerstown, Maryland, only short distance away from both the state and nation’s capitol and in the center of the tri-state region.

How to Apply

St. Maria Goretti has partnered with The Cambridge Network to ensure the best possible international program. The Cambridge Network’s international student program prepares students for life abroad prior to arriving at the school and continues to provide international students with on-going support throughout the school year. International students coming from China, Korea, and Vietnam must work with The Cambridge Network to apply to St. Maria Goretti.

Please complete this form to start the process.

Applicants from All Other Countries

International Students from all other countries who are interested in attending St. Maria Goretti High School should contact Holly Katrina, Director of Admissions.

Thank you for your interest in admission to our school.


***Please see the following important Student Accident Coverage information and enrollment forms. 

2016-17 Student Accident Coverage Brochure

Student Enrollment Form – Student Accident Coverage

Student Enrollment Form – Student Accident Coverage (in Spanish language)