St. Mary / St. Michael School

"How much better to get wisdom than gold! To get understanding is to be chosen rather than silver." (Proverbs 16:16)

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Have you ever asked yourself, “What is the most important gift I can give my child?” The answer is simple: Give your child the gift of knowing God -- not just at Mass on Sunday, or once a week at religious education class, but as a part of his or her daily home and academic life. St. Mary/St. Michael School can help you achieve this goal. It is dedicated to providing quality education and spiritual nurturing of each student, thereby enabling every individual and family to do the will of God as part of the faith community.


St. Mary/St. Michael School prides itself on providing an affordable elementary education. This means that all children will experience a quality education in a Catholic environment. The school is supported by the presence of the Franciscan Sisters, and generously subsidized by the St. Mary & St. Michael parishes. Our students become enthusiastic Disciples of Christ who receive individualized instruction from a high performing faculty. 

Enhanced by one-to-one technology and an appropriate extra-curricular program, St. Mary/St. Michael boasts high academic student performance relative to similar schools nationwide. A growing student enrollment continues to expand the area served by our school and has resulted in a revitalization of the parish communities that support our school.

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  • All day 4 year old kindergarten at an affordable cost of only $900 for the entire year!
  • 3 year old kindergarten two mornings a week- Mon & Wed. for $450 for the entire year!
  • Fully credited by the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accreditation.
  • Small classes lead to success. The average student teacher ratio per classroom is 1 teacher to 10 students.
  • Orton-Gillingham based lessons with trained staff.
  • MAP Assessment testing which shows our children achieve high academic standards; our students continually excel in academic competitions and standardized testing, out scoring local and state public school averages.
  • Professional services available for special need students.

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  • Catholic Faith integrated into daily curriculum with weekly Mass opportunities.
  • Christian values taught at home are promoted and reinforced in the classroom.
  • Variety of extracurricular activities including volleyball, basketball, football, track, and robotics.
  • Opportunities for community service.
  • Before/After school care available at affordable cost.
  • Opportunities for families to socialize at various school functions including our annual Community Festival, Boo Bash, WinterFest, Concerts, and Christmas Programs.
  • Field trips provided to enhance academic & artistic curriculums.