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Classical Education


by Doris Messina, Principal

I am very happy to inform you of some exciting new enhancements to our curriculum at St. Michael School. St. Michael School prides itself on its rigorous and challenging 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.

But, as a school, we also continue to look for ways to improve, to make our school and curriculum better for our students. To this end, we are instituting a Catholic Classical Curriculum.

What does this mean?

  • New Pre-K Early Childhood Learning Center

    for 3 and 4 year olds

  • Catholic Classical Curriculum

    in a Caring Environment

  • Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 3

    Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.

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

January 2018

2017 – 2018 Calendar


Stay up-to-date! Click below for Mrs. Messina’s Weekly Go-Home Letter, the latest news on St. Michael Church, and more!

Principal Notes, January 9, 2018

On 63 Liberty Street, December 2017

The Anchor, the Newsletter of St. Michael Parish, November 2017

What They Say

The gift of a Catholic school education is not limited to the time our students spend in our schools. And it isn’t simply a gift they receive from their parents. It’s a gift that will help them play their part in renewing the face of the earth as they move forward to colleges and universities, military institutions, and other professional training. Their Catholic school values will influence professions, vocations, relationships, stewardship and parenting. As adults, our graduates will continue to give as they have received, just as they have left their imprint in the schools they attended.©2017, Mary P. Boyle, The Gift of a Catholic School Education, Catholic Star Herald