St. Margaret's is a community built on the collective energy and creativity of its members, including parents and other family members. Whether you live down the street or in another country, there are many ways to 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:
Shop on our online store for your own Scottie Pride gear, or perhaps something for the holidays.
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Major events, like family weekends, and other important dates are listed on the official School Calendar.
View the 2017-2018 Academic Calendar.
We hope 2017 was wonderful to you all and want you to continue to stay connected with SMS in 2018! Here are a couple of updates from the School and important dates to keep on your radar.
St. Margaret's was thrilled to start the year off by inviting our Young Alumnae back to campus to catch up and see old friends. They participated in a panel for our Junior and Senior girls and shared their college experiences. It is always great seeing our alumnae back on campus and hearing how SMS prepared them for life in college, and beyond.
Earlier this week, friends and families of St. Margaret's got together at the Chinn House to celebrate Christmas and the Holiday Season on campus. We also had a wonderful DC Region Alumnae and Friends brunch last month. Thank you to all who joined us at Natasha Kollaros Laster's '93 home in Springfield last month. It was great to renew connections with friends of St. Margaret's and we loved reconnecting with all things SMS. A Special thank you to Natasha for hosting us! Enjoy a few pictures of the merrymaking from both below!
"I am very fortunate because I am doubly blessed. Not only have I spent my life growing up in the wonderful, small town of Tappahannock on the Rappahannock River, but I have also had great opportunities to visit other places around the world."
With these words, Catesby Ware, a junior at St. Margaret's School, talked enthusiastically about school programs that allowed her to experience life in places on two different sides of the world: Kenya, Costa Rica, and Chile.