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that makes us unique


our school


Classical Education


by Doris Messina, Principal

St. Michael School prides itself on its rigorous and challenging Catholic Classical Curriculum. We have well qualified teachers who care about their students. Our graduates excel in high school and beyond. We have standardized test scores that are well above the national averages. Yet St. Michael School is more than just academics. Our faith is integrated into all of the academic subjects.

Mrs. Messina’s Welcome cont.

  • Catholic Classical Curriculum

    in a Caring Environment

  • Gratis Accepistis, Gratis Date

    Freely you have received, freely you are to give

  • St. Michael School is Accepting Applications

    for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

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Summer Office Hours

Summer Office Hours at St. Michael School are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to noon.

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St. Michael School has a monthly and an annual calendar. Click below to view:

June 2019

2019-2020 School Calendar


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Principal Notes, June 7, 2019

On 63 Liberty Street, June 2019

Town of Stonington Bus Schedule

2018-19 Town of Stonington Bus Schedule

What They Say

Every day our teachers encourage hard work, discipline, and personal responsibility. As students learn critical academic skills and succeed in achieving small and big learning goals, they grow in knowledge, self-discipline, and confidence. Beyond growth in knowledge, Catholic school students are also encouraged to grow in wisdom. With vital skills of critical thinking and self-reflection, children discover that what is learned in the classroom is but a preparation for their future roles as agents of change and healing, and as much needed witnesses to holiness in the Church and in the world. 

@2018, Dr. Jem Sullivan, Ph.D., “Back to School and the mission of Catholic education,” Special to the Catholic Standard