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St. Mary’s is a Catholic school community that strives for academic, emotional, and spiritual growth for all students.

We welcome students of all faiths!

Preschool & PreK
(Ages 3-4)

Elementary School
(Grades K-4)

Middle School
(Grades 5-8)




Small Classes

Our 10:1 teacher to student ratio provides individualized attention with staff that are dedicated to each and every student’s success.



SMS instills faith formation and values and provides many community activities and field trips outside of school.



Passionate teachers use creative lessons to inspire students to achieve beyond their expectations


Excellent place to get an education as they give a great foundation for high school, college and life.



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+JMJ+SUNDAY BIBLICAL MASS READINGS AND QUESTIONSfor Self-Reflection, Couples or Family DiscussionThird Sunday of Easter – Sunday, April 14th, 2024The First Reading- Acts 3:13-15; 17-19 Peter said to the people: "The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, the God of our fathers, has glorified his servant Jesus, whom you handed over and denied in Pilate's presence when he had decided to release him. You denied the Holy and Righteous One and asked that a murderer be released to you. The author of life you put to death, but God raised him from the dead; of this we are witnesses. Now I know, brothers, that you acted out of ignorance, just as your leaders did; but God has thus brought to fulfillment what he had announced beforehand through the mouth of all the prophets, that his Christ would suffer. Repent, therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be wiped away."Reflection In the First Reading, Peter continues to tell his fellow Jews about Jesus. Now he can preach with understanding and authority because he now understands what the Resurrection means. He can break open their understanding of God’s promises to the Jewish people because he’s come out the other side—he’s a witness to the Resurrection and has had the Scriptures broken open for him by Jesus.Adults - How do you seek to have the Scriptures ‘broken open’ for you? The homily at Mass; Bible Study? Try to add a new way this week.Teens - What is your main source of learning more about the Scriptures? How can you dig deeper?Kids - How can you follow Peter’s example and share your faith? Responsorial- Psalm 4: 2, 4, 7-8, 9 R. Alleluia.When I call, answer me, O my just God,you who relieve me when I am in distress;have pity on me, and hear my prayer!R. Alleluia.Know that the LORD does wonders for his faithful one;the LORD will hear me when I call upon him.R. Alleluia.O LORD, let the light of your countenance shine upon us!You put gladness into my heart.R. Alleluia.As soon as I lie down, I fall peacefully asleep,for you alone, O LORD,bring security to my dwelling.R. Alleluia. Reflection -Ask God to help you be at peace this week.The Second Reading- 1 John 2: 1-5AMy children, I am writing this to you so that you may not commit sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous one. He is expiation for our sins, and not for our sins only but for those of the whole world. The way we may be sure that we know him is to keep his commandments. Those who say, "I know him," but do not keep his commandments are liars, and the truth is not in them. But whoever keeps his word, the love of God is truly perfected in him.ReflectionJohn gives us a quick little reminder that if we claim to know Jesus, we will follow his commandments. It’s up to us to try and not sin. But, John reminds us, if we do, all is not lost. We have Jesus to wipe those sins out and let us start over. God is a God of second chances…and third chances…and fourth chances…And God is willing to show us his wounds, eat fish in front of us, and continue to offer us proofs of his love in the moments that we need them.-Think of one commandment you struggle with, and try to improve on that this week. Take it to Confession if you need to. The Holy Gospel according to Luke 24: 35-48The two disciples recounted what had taken place on the way, and how Jesus was made known to them in the breaking of bread. While they were still speaking about this, he stood in their midst and said to them, “Peace be with you." But they were startled and terrified and thought that they were seeing a ghost. Then he said to them, "Why are you troubled? And why do questions arise in your hearts? Look at my hands and my feet, that it is I myself. Touch me and see, because a ghost does not have flesh and bones as you can see I have." And as he said this, he showed them his hands and his feet. While they were still incredulous for joy and were amazed, he asked them, "Have you anything here to eat?" They gave him a piece of baked fish; he took it and ate it in front of them. He said to them, "These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written about me in the law of Moses and in the prophets and psalms must be fulfilled." Then he opened their minds to understand the Scriptures. And he said to them, "Thus it is written that the Christ would suffer and rise from the dead on the third day and that repentance, for the forgiveness of sins, would be preached in his name to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem. You are witnesses of these things."Reflection Today’s account of Jesus’ appearance to the Apostles is a little different than last week’s version from John. This time, instead of just Thomas needing to see Jesus’ wounds, everyone is offered to look at them for proof that it is, in fact, Jesus. Jesus offers further proof that he’s not a ghost by eating some fish—ghosts can’t eat. This event takes place after the women have seen Jesus, Peter has seen Jesus, and the two disciples on the way to Emmaus have seen him. Now, Jesus is able to talk to them about the fulfillment of the Scriptures—just as he had been all along—but this time they can understand it. Like so many of our own situations in life, we can’t truly understand them until we emerge from the other side of it. Adults - What does being a “witness” to the risen Jesus mean to you? How do you live that out in your daily life? Pope Francis talks about our witnessing necessarily being associated with joy. Does your witness include expressing your joy to others?Teens - Do you find that you’re more able to explain things when you have first-hand experience of them? What first-hand experience of Jesus do you have? How do you share it with others?Kids - What do you think you would do if Jesus showed up in your room to chat with you like he did with the Apostles? They were scared. Do you think you would be? The Apostles gave him fish. What would you give him to eat?LIVING THE WORD OF GOD THIS WEEK! – “With St. Paul then, we may well sing out today: "O death where is thy victory, O death where is thy sting?...thanks be to God who has given us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ" (1 Cor. 15 : 55-57). Yes, Easter time is a time of rejoicing for every true Christian. It is a time for Alleluias, for praising and thanking God. Our happy future is within our reach. Our eternal happiness has been won for us by Christ and is within our grasp, if only we hold fast to the true faith of Christ, taking the rough with the smooth, going through our lesser Gethsemanes and Calvaries as Christ went through his great ones. If we do this we can hopefully await the angel who will roll back the stone from our grave one day, and allow us to enter into the glory of the eternal Easter in heaven. -Excerpted from The Sunday Readings by Fr. Kevin O'Sullivan, O.F.M. ... See MoreSee Less
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🇬🇷🏛️6th grade participated in the ancient Greek Olympics this week! Students studied the history of the Olympics, designed a flag for their city-state, created a chant/cheer/pledge, and carried the torch to the bottom of Mt. Olympus to begin our Olympic events for the day. Some of the events were javelin throw with pool noodles, discus with tortilla shells, high dive with clothes pins , chariot racing, tongue twisters, and many more. ... See MoreSee Less
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