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|St. Michael's School|
|Give your child a head start. Since 1960, St. Michael’s School has provided an outstanding educational program for young children. A dedicated teaching staff creates a unique environment that meets the social, aesthetic, cognitive, and spiritual needs of children ages three to six.|
|St. Michael’s School is open to students of all religious and cultural backgrounds, and provides an environment filled with fun and respect for one another.|
|Member, National Association of Episcopal Schools with 45 years of educational excellence in Lexington.|
|It has an excellent reputation in Lexington for the students it graduates and sends onto other schools in the community.|
Admission to St. Michael's
School is on a first-come, first-served basis, with parishioners of St.
Michael's Church and students currently enrolled given first priority
during the initial enrollment period.
Also, please let us know if you are a member of St. Michael's Church, or if you've had a child attend St. Michael's School in the past.
Our director, Barbara Rial, and the staff of St. Michael's School extend a warm welcome to those of you interested in the dynamic, wholesome and enriching programs that St. Michael's offers the children of Lexington and the surrounding community."
Our goal at SMS is to create an environment where children feel safe and excited about learning.
Strong academic program
Beginning with the three-year-old classes, readiness skills for reading and math form an important part of everyday activities.
Coded door locks help to keep everyone safe. Parents are given their "code" at the beginning of the school year. We also have sign-in and sign-out procedures that are used by parents if their children stay for our extended day program.
The set of Orff instruments that we have at SMS give the children hands on experiences with instruments sized just for them.
A strong art program gives our students opportunities to discover their own artistic talents.
The children at SMS have weekly Spanish lessons during which they will learn colors, numbers, and a variety of other phrases.
Each Friday morning all the children and teachers gather together for Chapel. This is a time to sing, listen to stories, and to celebrate birthdays.
Permanent activities in the Learning Center include a carpentry table, a light table and housekeeping area.
Each Monday is Library Day. Children go with their class and check out a book for one week.
St. Michael's School offers an extended day program for working parents:
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