Currently, our school days will look a little different due to COVID-19 guidance. Once restrictions are lifted, our goal is to resume to our full program.
The St. Mary’s Enrichment Program is dedicated to developing the whole child through an inquiry-based teaching approach. After school enrichment classes are offered three times a year and are designed to provide additional opportunities for students to enhance their learning beyond the classroom curriculum. Each quarter we offer an extensive list of engaging, interesting and fun classes for our current EEP to Grade 8 students.
Registration for enrichment classes is available only online. Class sizes are limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions regarding the Enrichment Program, please contact Marna Graham at (949) 448-9027 ext. 320 or email@example.com.
The St. Mary’s Extended Care program provides a fun and enriching environment where students enjoy the time before and after school with friends and peers. The program is developmental in nature with an emphasis on recreation and creating a safe, comfortable environment for students to call their own.
Extended care features homework club for students to complete daily homework assignments and a wide variety of games, activities, and projects. The high-energy staff consists of caring, educated and well-trained individuals who interact extensively with the children and families. The qualified staff creates a nurturing and fun atmosphere where students can grow and excel.
St. Mary’s offers daily, extended care before school from 7 am to 8 am Monday through Friday, and after school from 3 pm to 6 pm Monday through Thursday and 1 pm to 6 pm on Fridays, for families who need additional care beyond the regular school day.
St. Mary’s offers three seasons of after school sports programs and all students get to participate on a team. Our philosophy for our after school sports program is simple: work hard, develop lifelong skills, be competitive and have fun. Athletics teach us much more than X’s and O’s. Athletes learn new skills, develop healthy habits, take risks and learn how to cooperate and interact with others. These are lifelong skills that not only benefit athletes now but help them on their quest to become successful global citizens. St. Mary’s has a no-cut policy, as Middle School is the time to try different sports. Please visit our Athletics page under the Community Heading to see more information. St. Mary’s students participate in: