St. Mary’s has a 150+ year tradition of excellent faith-filled education. Our preschool through eighth graders learn in a close-knit community and receive a quality education rooted in Catholic traditions.

Our mission is to engage, challenge and inspire students to strive for individual excellence
as life-long learners committed to their faith and service.

Tuesday, September 26th, the students of St. Mary's, grades 5-8 went to Brimfield Grade School to see Marion Blumenthal Lazan speak. Marion is the holocaust survivor depicted in the book titled 'Four Perfect Pebbles,' a book that our students read in preparation for today's event. Marion depicted the life that she led with her family while trapped in Nazi Germany, surviving prison camps and eventually boarding a boat heading to the United Sates of America to find a better life. This was an amazing and humbling experience for the children of St. Mary's and we would like to thank Brimfield Grade School for including us and most of all for making this event possible.


St. Mary’s is also very blessed to be filled with love from dedicated, talented teachers & staff who desire in sharing that love to
all our students and families. Please feel free to view our school video created by one of our very own dedicated teachers,                Ms. Baumann.

St. Mary’s ‘Teaching is Love’ Video