St. Michael’s Day School
The founding Rector, the Rev. Thurlow Baker, believed that church buildings should not sit idle. Immediately after the first structures were complete, he suggested that the congregation put this resource to good use and provide a place for their children to have a Christian education. This wisdom continues today with St. Michael’s Episcopal Day School’s mission advocating the same core values that existed from the beginning.
Mission of St. Michael's Episcopal Day School
It is the mission of St. Michael's Episcopal Day School to provide a learning environment where students are inspired to think critically; act responsibly; lead compassionately; and innovate wisely in seeking scholastic, artistic and physical achievement through a curriculum that is both traditional and integrated.
In its programs, St. Michael's seeks to discover and nurture the gifts that each student possesses; to deepen each student's understanding of the complexities of the world; and to inspire each student to realize his or her full potential.
Towards this end, the Head of School, Mrs. Mary Heise, with the faculty and staff assure that the school is committed to helping students develop:
Self-Worth, Passion for Learning, Formation of Character, Individual and Social Responsibility, Ethical Responsibility, Respect for Diversity, and Spiritual Growth