St Mary's Hall was one of England's oldest schools for girls, founded in 1836 by the Revd. Henry Venn Elliott for the "daughters of poor clergy" in Brighton, Sussex (latterly East Sussex).
The main school buildings and Elliott House now house various departments of the Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. The Junior School now accommodates the Brighton College Pre-Preparatory Dept. The swimming pool is now Brighton Swimming Centre.
St Mary’s Hall Old Girls and former staff, all of whom are entitled to membership of St Mary’s Hall Association, (SMHA), entirely free of charge, now have this website, a Facebook Page and a Virtual Common Room for members to relax and chat.
The best place for registered members to start your journey is with our Members Only Page, to be found here.
Provided you have registered with us, you will have the password to explore the full site. If you have forgotten the password, please Get in Touch!
Other visitors, please do feel free to look at our Non Members page.
Members of SMHA hear from us by email to remind them to check out the news, upcoming events, and, of course, details of the lucky winners of our 100 Club!