Welcome to Saint Mary Academy 2015 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

“Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it.”
- Proverbs 22:6

Pre-School To 8th Grade


Our school community is a place where all students are provided opportunities to grow spiritually, academically and socially. The faculty and staff are committed to academic excellence and assisting students in reaching their greatest potential and realizing their gifts and talents. At Saint Mary Academy we strive to challenge and engage all students and promote collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving in an environment deeply rooted in our Catholic faith. We grow closer to God and one another through daily prayer, retreats, weekly Mass, service and our Stewardship Program. As a school family, we are all called to be the heart and hands of Christ in service to one another.

Prospective families are welcome to visit Saint Mary Academy.

Individual tours provide families with the opportunity to visit classrooms, learn about our
curriculum, meet faculty and staff and ask questions.

  • Refugee Simulation
  • 5/6th Grade Toy Bowl Champions
  • 7/8th Grade Toy Bowl Winner-Up
  • Quick Recall Participants
  • Eclipse
  • First Day Of School
  • Holidays
  • Living Rosary
  • Pep Rallies
  • Monarch Award Winners
  • Veterans Day
  • Spelling Bee and Geography Bee
  • 2018 Graduation

7th Grade - Homeless and Refugees


Our students are working on increasing awareness of the needs for all of God’s children; particularly the homeless and refugees. As part of our Religious instruction, we welcomed Catholic Charities to set up a Refugee camp simulation and the students experienced the hardships that these families face as they struggle to survive, receive shelter, and create a better life. It was an eye-opening event for our 7th grade students. Not only did it increase awareness but help create an empathetic heart and desire to make a difference in our world.

5/6th Grade Toy Bowl Champions


News Article

7th/8th Grade Toy Bowl Winner-Up


News Article

Quick Recall Participants


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6th Grade Teams:
Green Team: Coach-Molly Ann Stice; Judge/Moderator-Christy Werner

  • Brady Davis
  • Ryan Whalen
  • Jillian Reynolds
  • Christian Kosek
  • Riley Hourigan
  • Eli Werner
  • Drew Davis

Blue Team: Coach-Allison Creech/Pam Hart; Judge/Moderator-Susan Braun

  • Eli Creech
  • Trip Hart
  • Erin Hynes
  • Jefferson Horlander
  • Kate Archer
  • Ben Braun
  • Will Harris
  • Davis Gallahue

7/8 Quick Recall Team:

  • Grant Falls
  • Elizabeth Grant
  • Vittoria Reidling
  • Abby Rutledge
  • Elaina Ralston
  • Dante Giannone
  • Nate Tencza
  • Brandon Dries
  • Garrett Brown
  • Shai Mizelle
  • Henry Hawkins
  • Abby Newton
  • Drew Vaughn
  • Alex Frederick

Eclipse


Jay Cardosi from WLKY spoke about the eclipse to the students and demonstrated what it was and how it occurs.

First Day Of School


Holidays


Living Rosary


During the months of October and/or May, we honor Our Mother Mary and celebrate the Rosary by creating and praying a “Living Rosary”. A living rosary is when people are used to represent each bead of the rosary and lead us in prayer. The aim of this prayer is to bring our community together in a prayerful way and to share in the holy ritual of praying the rosary.

Pep Rallies


Monarch Award Winners


This award is given to one student from each homeroom in grades 3-8 who demonstrates the following attributes: shows effort, has a positive attitude, demonstrates appropriate behavior, models our Peace Builders principles, and is a Christian example for others.
List of Monarch Winners for this year:

  • Brenley Hagan
  • Anthony Lichtefeld
  • Kate Lucas
  • Evan Smith
  • Ruby Bell
  • Dalton Lutes
  • Cross Dutton
  • Reese Baribeau
  • Lane Gallahue
  • Vittoria Riedling
  • Abby Jester
  • Garrett Brown

award winners

  • Camden Bradshaw
  • Mackenzie Vosters
  • Hannah Skarbo
  • Katie Falls
  • Autiana Wilson
  • Wynton Rose
  • Maggie Miller
  • Eli Creech
  • Elaina Ralston
  • Abby Cotton
  • Alyssa Smith
  • Henry Hawkins

monarch award winners

  • Joscelin Norris
  • Gracie Lutes
  • Hayden Stamps
  • Emily Taylor
  • Kyle Krupp
  • Sebastian Miron
  • Jefferson Horlander
  • Hannah Wilkerson
  • Samantha Nario
  • Samantha Norris
  • Drew Vaughn
  • Ian Kennedy

Veterans Day


Every year, our 4th graders present a Veteran’s Day performance. After learning about Veterans in class, the 4th grade works hard to put on a performance to honor our Veterans. Veterans and their families are welcomed to school to come to this show and join the 4th graders for a reception.

Spelling Bee and Geography Bee


2018 Graduation


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About Saint Mary Academy


The mission of Saint Mary Academy is to educate students spiritually, academically, emotionally and socially through a curriculum rooted in the Roman Catholic faith.
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Our Core Values

Building a foundation for lifelong learning by:

 

Opening hearts to faith
Opening minds to knowledge
Opening hands to service
Opening eyes to the world
Achieving extraordinary lives

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Quick Reference

  • Director of Admissions:
    (502) 315-2550
  • School Office:
    (502) 315-2555
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Upcoming Events


    School News


    • Summer Hours

      6/13/2018-8/15/2018

      During summer break, the office will be open from 9am-12pm on Wednesday's every week.

    • Meet Your Teacher

      8/9/2018

      All pre-school through 8th grade students and their families are invited to meet our teachers, visit classrooms and check
      out the newly refurbished media center and computer lab on Thursday, August 9 from 5 - 7 p.m.
      Homeroom assignments will be posted in Sycamore by 12 pm on Thursday, August 9. Please note that if you have not
      set up a FACTS account, submitted required documents and/or completed the Sycamore verification process, you will not
      be able to access homeroom assignments.
      If you ordered a school supply kit, they will be delivered to your child’s homeroom teacher the first week in August. If you
      are purchasing school supplies independently, students may bring them to their classroom at this time.

    • First Day of School

      8/14/2018

      The first day of school for the 2018 - 2019 school year is Tuesday, August 14. School starts at 7:55. Pre - school
      students are dismissed at 2:20 and all other students are dismissed at 2:45. All parents are invited to walk their child(ren)
      to their classroom on the first day of school. After the first day, all students, with the exception of pre-school 3s, should be
      dropped off in the carpool line.

    • Back to School Nights

      8/7, 8/16, 8/21

      This is an opportunity for parents only to meet with school personnel to discuss updates and procedures and ask
      questions.
      We will gather in the cafeteria for a general information session and then parents will meet with teachers in their
      classrooms.
      New Families(Grades 1 – 8), All Pre-school, Pre-K and K Tuesday, August 7 6:30 - 8
      Middle School*** Thursday, August 16 6:30 - 8
      Grades 1 - 5 Tuesday, August 21 6:30 - 8
      ***Sixth grade parents should plan to arrive at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 16 to attend an iPad orientation with our
      technology team.