Student Life

At Villa Maria, our student life programs enthusiastically support every student’s interest. A girl can choose from a vast array of activities to nurture a current interest or develop a new one.

Do You Hear the Sound of Music?

Villa Maria’s tradition of musical excellence includes: orchestra, concert choir, Madrigal singers, Tri-M Music Honor Society, handbell choir, All-Catholic Ensemble, Music Ministry, and String Ensemble. Each year, Villa Maria students are selected to perform in All-Catholic District Chorus, Orchestra and Band.

Are You Ready to Take Center Stage?

Girls from Villa Maria take part in musical theater opportunities at neighboring Malvern Preparatory School and Devon Preparatory School. Both schools hold open auditions for a drama production in the fall and a spring musical. Students also participate in Marian Masques, Villa Maria’s drama club.

Are You Born to Dance?

Get ready to show your moves and your enthusiasm by joining Cheerleading, which performs at sporting events, competitions and pep rallies.

Are You a Competitor?

Villa Maria supports 12 varsity and junior varsity sports and has third team sports for students who do not wish to compete at the varsity level. Sports include:

Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Golf, Indoor Track, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball

Do You Want to Delve Deeper?

If so, explore our many clubs and organizations, including: Freshman Art Club, Tech Club, Robotics Club, PR Club and PA Mathematics League.

Are You Called to Lead and Serve?

Villa Maria provides opportunities for every girl to lead and improve the world around her through Student Council and activities such as Children of Mary, Student Integrity Committee, Respect Life, Peer Ministry, Athletic & Spirit Association and All-School Read Committee.

Which Side Are You On?

If you like to debate or take a stand, Villa Maria offers Model UN and Mock Trial.

Do You Have the “Write” Stuff?

If you are fond of prose, find a place with Villa Maria’s yearbook, Reflections, or literary magazine, Festival.