Montrose School is an independent school for girls in grades 6–12, inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church. Students become resilient Mavericks, leading with vision and grace. Head of School Dr. Karen Bohlin often reminds students, “You are unique, unrepeatable, and called by God to greatness. You are here for a purpose.” Through scholarship, service, and mentoring, young women develop the habits of mind, heart, and character they need to become forces for good in the world. From Dante to philosophy, design thinking to computer science, the rich liberal arts curriculum and first-rate faculty prepare students to flourish at top colleges. As a National School of Character, Montrose’s LifeCompass character and leadership program is an exemplar worldwide. Girls benefit from community, connection and high caliber teaching and learning—whether via rigorous, well-executed remote learning last spring or on their Medfield campus this fall. The Montrose experience empowers students to navigate challenges and seize opportunities—in the classroom, in the boardroom, and in life.