Open House October 24th.

An affordable, caring and safe school is right around the corner in Worcester. St. Mary’s delivers and exceptional PreK-Grade 12 education at very reasonable rates. Scholarships Available. Call (508) 753-1170 Click here for flyer.

St Mary’s has Heart !!! (Photo)

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St. Mary’s Has Heart !!!

Enrollment opportunities available for fall 2018 Summer tours offered Wednesdays 10:00 am and 1:00 pm throughout July and August Click here to view Summer Tour Flyer 2018

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

And success to your future at College! (100% Are off to College.)

Baystate Parent Magazine’s Best of category…

We are pleased that in the latest issue of Bay State Parent magazine, St. Mary’s Schools was the runner up in the “best parochial school as well as best Pre-K program” category . Baystate Parent Magazine

 

New Playground from Working for Worcester!

We are so pleased and excited to announce that St. Mary’s Schools received an early Christmas gift as we are the recipient of a grant for a new playground from Working for Worcester. The grant will be used to create a space in the lot to the left of the school complete with swings, slides and other playground equipment within the existing school yard. Working for Worcester is centrally organized by Students Helping Children Across Borders (SHCAB) but in development and implementation, the project is a city-wide partnership of student organizations, local businesses, academic institutions, city government and community groups. On Saturday, April 29, 2017 teams of workers representing each of the above constituencies will spend the day at the nineteen chosen sites, including St. Mary’s, starting and completing each approved project.
We know that we are blessed and so grateful for the generosity of Working for Worcester. We know this will make a difference in the lives of our students for years to come.

Open House

Sunday, October 23, 2016
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

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World Youth Day

Catholicism expressed in public impressed local people who went to World Youth Day in Poland.
“The interesting thing about Poland is, everyone is Catholic,” observed Adam Cormier, principal of St. Mary’s Schools… Click To Read More…

Congratulations…

Congratulations to our Class of 2016 scholars!

High School Musical

Please join St. Mary’s Schools in their performance of Disney’s High School Musical on May 13th and 14th at 7:30 pm and May 15th at 2:30 in St. Mary’s Auditorium on 50 Richland St., Worcester. Tickets are on sale at the school office at 508-753-1170 or at the door.

Open House May 7

Saint Mary’s Schools PreK-12
JOIN US FOR OUR OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, May 7, 2016
10 am to Noon

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St. Mary’s Schools Worcester Honor Roll

First Marking period Honor Roll – November 2016
HIGHEST HONORS:
SENIORS:Rhianna-Lynn Parent, Veronica Prytko
JUNIORS:Michele Bravo, Isabella Daher, Gabriel PurdySOPHOMORESMichelle Gitau, Kelly Knutelski, Vanessa Nuamah, Ashley Parker, Teresa Prytko, Wandzia Prytko
FRESHMEN:
8th GRADE:Lily Daher, Ashley Gatongo, Syrena Prytko
7th GRADE:Faith Asafo-Boakye, Nicole Byrnes, Marc Garabedian, Chloe Johnson, Mary Jane Shepard
6th GRADE:Elisabeth Pyatt, Nicholas Szkoda, Sabrina Williams
5th GRADE:Andrew Poirier, Nathan Williams
4th GRADE:Melanie Gitau

HONORS:
SENIORS:Julia Giguere, Mikayla Lozada, Brittany Watson
JUNIORS:
FRESHMAN:
8th GRADE:Eve Idusuyi
6th GRADE:Liliana Ciszewski, Tatiana Kinyanjui, Julia Lech, Maryja Prytko
5th GRADE:Connor Linnus, Malachi Purdy
4th GRADE:

Honor Roll Page

Summer Athletic Camps

Boys Basketball July 11 – 15
Girls Basketball August 8 – 12
Co-Ed Volleyball June 27 – July 1st

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Want That Senior Thesis Done?

Three-Week Research & Writing Course for Rising 11th & 12th Graders

To improve student literacy through research, reading and writing skills.

  • The writing process
  • Choosing and developing a research topic
  • Gathering information/Note-taking
  • Creating an outline
  • Writing strategies: Tell & Show
  • Revising strategies for ideas, organization, style and grammar

To focus and strengthen student reading and note-taking.

  • Reading for main idea & supporting details (2-column notes)
  • Evaluating the quality of sources; when and how to cite sources
  • Determining what constitutes “common knowledge”

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2016 Retreat at Assumption College

On March eleventh our sophomores, juniors and seniors attended a day long retreat at Assumption College. Our theme was the Year of Mercy. Students learned how to be merciful in their everyday lives. The day included talks by students and activities. The day concluded with Reconciliation and Mass led celebrated by Fr. James Hoey of Spencer.