Whether you are a current St. Mary Catholic Schools (SMCS) family or are thinking of joining our community, we hope you will enjoy visiting our website for information about our five SMCS schools.
The foundation of an SMCS education is in faith, academics, service and personal development. These tenets, in conjunction with strong co-curricular opportunities, provide a well-rounded experience that encompasses students’ intellectual, spiritual, physical and emotional growth and development in a faith-filled environment. SMCS faculty and staff are committed to ensuring that every student achieves his or her highest potential.
St. Mary Catholic Schools is integrating Project Lead The Way, a STEM- (science, technology, engineering and math) based program into the curriculum over a three-year period. In addition, SMCS is working toward The Aquinas Program a project-based accelerated learning program for elementary students that is planned for the 2018-19 school year, and has a robust student services program to support learning.
If you are exploring the possibility of choosing SMCS for your family, please contact the principal at the school of your choice or our admissions department.
Our Mission Statement
St. Mary Catholic Schools, in partnership with family, church and community,
provides a quality Catholic education that is focused on
faith, academics, service and personal development
from preschool through high school to influence a rapidly changing world.
St. Mary Catholic Elementary Schools and St. Mary Catholic Middle School are accredited by the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accrediting Agency (WRISA), which is recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
St. Mary Catholic High School is accredited by the North Central Association, and is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the Wisconsin Council of Religious and Independent Schools.
All St. Mary Catholic Schools are members of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the Wisconsin Council of Religious and Independent Schools.