St. Michael Catholic School offers a traditional Catholic program focusing on a faith-filled learning environment and promoting service to others. Second and third generation students are included in our student body. The school has maintained a solid enrollment since 1942 with a strong sense of family tradition.
High academic standards are maintained while providing students with a balanced curriculum striving for excellence and reinforcing good study skills. The weekly extended curriculum includes Art, Computers, Music, Physical Education, Robotics, Computer Coding, and Spanish.
St. Michael Catholic School is committed to providing faculty and students with the best available technology to improve learning and education. Our students receive weekly instruction to enhance their computer literacy, then use these skills in classroom curriculum. Classrooms are equipped interactive projectors (smart), document cameras, and computers. iPads and i>Clickers support the curriculum. The school also houses a 36-station computer lab with an overhead projector and 9-stations in the Gaels Room Learning Center.
Numerous activities are offered covering many disciplines to cultivate and nurture the abilities and interests of our students. There are varied Zero hour clubs, sports teams (both competitive and intramural), and scouts.
Our teachers, including St. Michael alumni, help students reach their highest potential, cultivate their abilities, and are available for extra support. Members on staff also mentor extra-curricular activities and have coached sports teams.
Many parents volunteer for a variety of classroom activities including library, field trips, special programs and projects, and classroom events. Parents also volunteer through our highly active Parent Group that sponsors academic programs, organizes school activities, and hosts social events.
Our school is a community where your our students are welcomed, accepted and respected. Parents choose St. Michael as an extension of their families.