• April

    St. Mary's teacher wins grant from Murdock Trust's Partners in Science Program

  • March

    The St. Mary's Chapel

    St. Mary's is publishing book to celebrate our Chapel!

    St. Mary's is publishing a coffee-table book about our beautiful Chapel and its stained glass windows - celebrating the art and the stories they represent. Visit our Chapel page to learn more history about our Chapel; click here to check it out!
  • Middle school science teacher Lia Kirkpatrick conducts experiments, engages students, through online platform

    St. Mary’s Students, Teachers Weigh-in on First Days of Distance Learning

    St. Mary’s Students, Teachers Weigh-in on First Days of Distance Learning
  • A 6th grade student joins his class in an at-home experiment while attending classes online

    Amid Statewide School Closures, St. Mary’s School Prepared to Keep Classes Going Online

    From: March 13

    Amid Statewide School Closures, St. Mary’s School Prepared to Keep Classes Going Online

    The daily meetings have been going on for weeks; St. Mary’s School administration had been meeting every morning to discuss updates in the COVID-19 virus situation to ensure plans were in place to enable uninterrupted learning for our students.

    As part of the plan for continuing education, St. Mary’s School has been preparing for the high possibility of a campus closure by dedicating a day of teacher inservice to practice online teaching and classwork. In response to Governor Kate Brown’s order, St. Mary’s will close its physical campus and move to our online teaching platform on Monday, March 16. While many schools throughout Oregon are simply adding an extra week of Spring Break, St. Mary’s move to conduct classes via our online platform will allow our students to continue studies uninterrupted through the end of the current mod, which is Tuesday, March 24.

    St. Mary’s School feels that it is in the best interest of our students to continue classes and coursework in as normal a fashion as possible; we are pleased to be able to offer this online learning platform to our students. We recognize the move towards online learning shows immense collaboration on the part of our students, parents, and the faculty and staff of St. Mary’s School and appreciate this effort to keep the continued education of our students a priority.

    Click HERE to read the full press release from Friday, March 13 regarding St. Mary's response to Governor Brown's closure of school campuses statewide.
  • Our Boys Basketball Team is Headed to State!

    Crusader Family,

    Our boys basketball team is one of eight teams headed to the state tournament in Coos Bay! Their first game is this Thursday, March 5th at Marshfield High School. Our St. M Crusaders will play Salem Academy at 6:30 pm. 

    You can support the team by watching the game live! TableRock Sports will be live-streaming on the NFHS Network. It requires a one month, $10.99 subscription (with them, not St. Mary's) and fans will see this game and have access to all other state playoff games on the Network including 1-6A boys and girls final 8 coverage.

  • St. Mary's Mock Trial Heads to State!

    Two St. Mary's Mock Trial teams with a total of 22 students competed in the district mock trial competition at the end of February. The case this year is criminal case involving a band break-up, fireworks, social media, and a stampede in a classic old theater that left a concert goer dead. Students took on the roles of attorneys and witnesses to try the case from both sides, prosecution and defense. The JV team earned a 6th place finish, and the Varsity team went undefeated in all four rounds to finish 1st in the district and earn a spot in the state level competition this weekend in Portland. Additionally, Anais Fang and Logan Diaz McNeal earned individual honors as outstanding witnesses in their respective roles as music fan Stevie Raven and the defendant Cy Miles. Varsity team members are Beatrice King, Anais Fang, Tomas Hernandez, Angelica Baker, Alaya Metwally, Sam Guyer, Lance Parrish, Will Kranenburg, Kylie Kinsella, and Liam Cho. The teams are coached by Kacey Dewing and attorney and St. Mary's parent Tracy McGovern.
  • February

    St. Mary's Announces Two Coaching Changes in Our Athletic Community

    We've got some coaching news at St. Mary's!
    We are happy to announce that Josh Aldrich, previously the manager of the MS baseball team, has accepted the position of Head Coach of the HS Baseball team. To read the full press release, click HERE.
    We've got a new coach to add to the Crusader community in Coach Gabbi Sullins! Coach Sullins will be the new Girls Varsity Tennis coach; click HERE to read her press release.  

  • January

    St. Mary's Students Create First All-boys Volleyball Team

    Check out this great news article from the Medford Mail Tribune about our boys volleyball team HERE.
  • Winter Messenger Now Available!

    Our digital issue of the St. Mary's School Winter Messenger is now available and filled with stories about our students, teachers, and more. Explore the issue HERE.
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