A new program in 2018, the Student Tech Internship gives students hands-on experience in areas of tech support, customer service, project management and troubleshooting right within our campus walls. Co-facilitated by Ellie Gilbert, Instructional Tech Coach, and Brette Doyle, Information Technology Director, and modeled after programs at other high schools, the program seeks to create real, hands-on experience for current students while serving a need within the St. Mary’s community at the same time.
SMA's winter performances are officially in full swing. Get your tickets to our shows throughout December for performances by our very own SMA students.
Check out the full list of performances and details here.
Little did Ashley Woodall Sheridan ‘01 know that when she applied for the role of Principal at Holy Trinity Catholic School, it would also include building maintenance, part-time therapist, and human resources in addition to the expected responsibility of overseeing academics, students and faculty & staff. “It’s been a very winding road”, Sheridan would pleasantly describe, years later. “A Principal must be able to step into many different shoes depending on the day.”
Since the kickoff of Fall sports, the athletes at St. Mary’s Academy have shown nothing but an abundance of dedication, support, and leadership from the pitch and track to the floors of the gymnasium.
Abigail was among 15 students from across the U.S. who traveled to Switzerland for an experience of a lifetime, and one she says she’ll never forget.
Welcome (back) to another year at St. Mary's Academy. It was such a pleasure to have you at our annual Back to School Night—72% of our families were able to attend, which is testament to your commitment to support your daughters.
Taking the number three spot in the OSAA’s Three River League standings and number eight overall in the state are the girls of St. Mary’s Varsity Soccer team.
Thanks to the generous contributions of our community members, our Spirit Walk fundraiser was able to raise over $125,000.
Dedication, perseverance and an insatiable desire to learn and excel are traits that have enabled our 2018 Valedictorian Bea Pickett to succeed throughout her time at St. Mary’s.