FAQ

What grades are offered?
St. Margaret Mary School provides an academic program for Pre-Kindergarten (3 – 4 years old), a full-day kindergarten, and grades 1 – 8.

Do you offer a half-day kindergarten?
St. Margaret Mary School only offers a full-day kindergarten program.

What are the school hours?
The opening bell rings at 8:15 AM and school ends at 3:15 PM.

Do students have to be Catholic to attend?
St. Margaret Mary School accepts students of all faiths. However, we are a Catholic school and religious instruction, prayer, and liturgical celebrations are key to our school life.

Is there a Before and After School program?
Yes – the before school program begins at 6:30 a.m. and after school program ends at 6:00 p.m. These programs are held at the school and are available to St. Margaret Mary School students in grades preschool through eighth grade.

Click here to learn more about the Extended Care Program

Which academic subjects are taught?
Curriculum for each grade is designed to foster the growth and development of every student. Core curriculum includes religion, language arts/literature, mathematics, social studies, and science. Additional subjects include foreign language, computer, music, art, and physical education. Learning is designed to promote the spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and emotional growth of each unique child.

Do students wear uniforms?
Yes.  Click here to review the uniform policy.

Does the school have sport teams?
St. Margaret Mary School offers an array of extracurricular activities, including sports, fine arts, and clubs. We support school teams for football, basketball, softball and volleyball.

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Is technology integrated into the classrooms?
Yes, technology is integrated into the curriculum and the classroom. All classrooms are computer networked and have Internet access.

How can parents/guardians get involved with the school?
We rely on our parents! To get involved, please attend our Family & School Association meetings or talk to your child’s teacher to discuss ways you can volunteer or assist in the classroom.