7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday to Friday
“The end of learning is to know God,
and out of that knowledge to love Him and imitate Him.”
–John Milton, English Poet, Historian and Scholar
St. Michael’s Academy is a Christian school of excellence defined by Christ-centered academics, a nurturing, caring environment, and the development of virtuous students with a passion for lifelong learning and service.
The mission of St. Michael’s Academy is to provide an exceptional, distinctly biblical, educational experience integrating a high standard of academic, spiritual, social-emotional, and physical development in collaboration with school families and the local community, resulting in the development of well-rounded, mature, prepared, confident students of high moral character.
The mission of each teacher here at St. Michael’s Academy, is to help each child learn and appreciate his/her unique gifts, talents and age-appropriate abilities as he/she explores the world God has made. We believe that the teacher’s role is to nurture the child’s innate love for learning, with the understanding that each child’s pace of growth in the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and spiritual development is not the same.
We base our student development plan on faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the Word of God. We teach reverence for God and all that He made. We believe that it is in the collaboration of the parents, teachers and the child that the fullest development of each student is achieved.
St. Michael’s Academy environment is distinguished by the spirit of humility, which fosters friendliness, openness, understanding, gentleness, harmony and peace.
“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
– Proverbs 22:6 RSV
The Motto for St. Michael’s Academy is: “Letting His Light Shine”. The Mascot is the Sparks. This Motto and Mascot convey our two-fold desire to promote in our students the pursuit of academic brilliance and the desire to carry and share the light of Christ.
St. Michael’s goal is to encourage sanctity and scholarship. Saints are those who have learned to deeply love God and desire to serve Him. Scholars are those who have been provided a firm foundation to base their upward climb on the ladder of knowledge. However, the pursuit of knowledge must be motivated by a love for God. As John Milton stated, “The end of learning is to know God, and out of that knowledge to love Him and imitate Him.”