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Educating scholars, athletes and artists of character since 1958.

  • Average Class Size of 14 with a Student to Faculty Ratio of 8:1
  • Strong academic program balanced with ample opportunities in the arts and athletics
  • The average St. Michael’s student is 1-2 years ahead of grade-level in reading and math.
  • 100% of graduating 8th graders earn admission to their 1st or 2nd choice high school.
  • Over 60% of families secure financial assistance.
  • 275 students in grades K-8 on a historic 8-acre campus in the Harold Bell Wright neighborhood
  • Long-standing cultural traditions and celebrations throughout the year
  • St. Michael’s is open and inclusive, welcoming students and faculty from all backgrounds.

Selecting a school is all about finding the best fit for your child and your family. Come see why over 90% of families who tour our campus, ultimately choose St. Michael’s School.

What our parents say about St. Michaels

” St. Michael’s is an outstanding school. The education is well-rounded, holistic and high quality. Character development and values are an important part of school life. The love and care given to my daughter is more than we could have hoped for! Teachers and admin are committed and care for all members of the family. We love the close family feel, small class sizes, and the care given to guiding our daughter through her academic and personal growth and development. We are blessed to be members of the St. Michael`s community and, with our daughter in second grade, we look forward to many more years!”

– Charlotte

“I have always been a big believer in public schools. We chose our home based on the school district. I volunteered extensively every year. Eventually, I had to accept that the standard public school experience was failing my son, despite our best efforts. We acted on a recommendation from our neighbor and enrolled our son at St. Michael’s. To say that his two years at this school (7th & 8th grades) transformed his life and trajectory is not an overstatement. His peers were welcoming, his teachers firm but nurturing. All the defenses he had built up from years of bullying fell away once he realized that he was safe and valued. The educational demands and individual expectations are high, but the support is unrivaled. My son excelled academically and in the arts, and was recognized and encouraged as a leader. He is confident and well-prepared for high school and beyond. We love St. Michael’s School!”

– Jim

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