School Traditions

Saint Michael School’s unique, 80-year history is proudly honored through our traditions. These cherished events bind together generations of Saint Michael students, and are the shared memories that last between friends for a lifetime.

We have recently begun a new tradition of First Fridays, reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The experience of the May crowning, receiving oranges and chocolate in their shoes from St. Nicholas, and the week-long fun of Catholic Schools Week are fond moments for many of our students. Other traditions that mark special moments throughout the year include Kate Skate Day, honoring our veterans on Veterans Day with a program and breakfast, delivering pies to those our students are thankful for, and more.

Other Traditions...

Science Fair
Field Day
Spelling Bee
Book Fair
Muffins for Mom
Donuts for Dad
Spirit Week
Living Rosary
Father/Daughter Dance
Summer Camps

Carving with the Saints

Curriculum Night

Middle School Dance

​Door Decorating Contest

STEM and Science Fair Day

Staff vs. Students Volleyball 

St. Nicholas Day

International Week

Box of Joy

Visiting our sick and elderly