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The mission of St. Michael’s School is to foster the intellectual, physical, artistic, ethical, and spiritual development of our students. We seek to do this in a traditional Episcopal setting, nourishing a community of students and faculty from all social, economic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.
The curriculum for Kindergarten through eighth grade focuses on rigorous academics, a deep commitment to the fine arts, spiritual growth in a pluralistic atmosphere, and athletics. Whether practicing basic composition writing, grappling with Biblical texts, embarking on group science projects in our wetlands, or navigating the Internet in search of Impressionist art, students develop critical academic, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. St. Michael’s strives to prepare students to meet an ever-changing world as caring, competent, and confident young adults.
It is our belief that learning is best explored by children who maintain a positive self-image, value joy and humor, and practice perseverance. Students who are encouraged to take risks but who are also held accountable for their actions develop both responsibility and a sense of morality. The school insists on a low student-to-faculty ratio and an attention to the development of the students as individuals and as members of the broader school community.
A member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, St. Michael’s is proud of its connection with the Episcopal Church. The school welcomes students of all faiths. We do not seek to convert children, but rather to educate them about Judeo-Christian values rooted in love and compassion.
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St. Michael's School - 602 N. Wilmot Road, Tucson, AZ 85711 - (520) 722-8478