For boarders as well as day students, this campus is a home away from home. It is a school where great teachers challenge intelligent, driven young women to meet the highest academic standards. It is a community.
Santa Catalina's campus encompasses 36 acres of landscaped lawns, flowering plants, Coast Live Oaks, and Monterey Pines. The architecture reflects the colonial Spanish influence with its white stucco walls, red clay tile roofs, and wrought iron details. Rose Gardens and groves of native trees add color to an easy arrangement of academic buildings and dormitories, a library and chapel, an athletic field, and a performing arts center.
Located two hours south of San Francisco and just two miles from downtown Monterey and Carmel, Santa Catalina enables its students to take advantage of extraordinary beaches on the California coast, hiking trails, theaters, museums, and athletic opportunities.