The St. Margaret's community supports and embraces our students and their families. We are inclusive and welcoming, and we value the many voices and views our diverse community holds. Whether you live down the street or across the globe, there are many ways to be a part of school life and stay connected to what's happening here on campus.
Access a checklist and all the registration forms and documents you need to complete and return to us for the coming year.
Attend an event, join the Parent Council, and connect with us on social media.
Parents are important contributors to the quality of life on campus. Giving to the Annual Fund allows St. Margaret's to be a leader among girls' schools and enhances the educational experience your daughter enjoys.
Major events, like family weekends, and other important dates are listed on the official School Calendar.
Purchase your Scottie pride gear online. Tumblers, ties, caps, and more.
St. Margaret's School will stage three performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, Cinderella,on Friday, February 1 and Saturday, February 2. Produced by a student cast and crew, the production will be open to the public, and admission is free. Limited reserved seating is available for $10 per seat while available.
Head of School, Catherine M. Sgroi announced the names of students who earned a place on the St. Margaret's School honor and merit rolls for the first trimester of the 2018-2019 academic year.
Students named to the honor roll earned an overall weighted grade point average (GPA) of 3.7 or above with no grade below a B. Area senior, Tanner Robertson of Quinton, junior, Zoe Truxon of King George, sophomores, Gabby Dockins of Warsaw, Chloe Fridley of Mollusk and Anna Pierce of St. Stephens Church, and freshman, Rebecca Meberg of Weems were named to the honor roll.