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Welcome to St. Margaret’s from Head of School William N. Moseley.
Learn about our mission, core values and Episcopal identity.
Peruse St. Margaret’s attributes and strengths across our system.
Answers to frequent questions regarding our admission process.
Educating children to succeed and thrive in life, today and tomorrow.
STEM to Outdoor Learning, learn how St. Margaret’s is innovating and leading in the classroom to engage 21st century learners.
The Arts are alive at St. Margaret’s and integral to our students’ education.
Tour our new performing arts educational facility and learn about the All-Steinway distinction for excellence.
News, Scores and Team Pages
Students thrive and develop their character, passions and skills through a vibrant student life program.
Abundant opportunities to initiate, explore and practice leadership skills in a safe and encouraging environment.
All gifts to St. Margaret’s support each student and advance the mission of the school.
Annual giving is the foundation of St. Margaret’s fundraising efforts.
Our role as an inclusive and contributing member of the community and as a conscientious neighbor and employer.
Students will create, build, fabricate, invent, explore and have fun in STEM, Arts and outdoor camps at St. Margaret’s Summer Exploration. Camps for all ages.
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Junior quarterback George Krantz threw for 327 yards and five touchdowns in St. Margaret's 49-22 win over Whittier Christian Friday night. Senior receiver Nick Shanks contributed 145 receiving yards and four touchdowns as he Tartan defense limited the Heralds to 75 yards on the ground. The Tartans (5-0) head to Northern California to take on Justin Sienna Catholic High School (2-2) in a non-league contest Saturday, October 10.
Matthew Nicholas, Class of 2015, was featured as an incoming freshman in Princeton University's men's volleyball season preview. Nicholas, an opposite attacker for Princeton, was a three-time All-CIF award winner for St. Margaret's.
Senior Nick Shanks accounted for five touchdowns, three through the air and two rushing, as St. Margaret's defeated Arrowhead Chrisitan 42-6 in non-league action Friday Night. The Tartan defense led by James Eidt's two sacks and fumble recovery smothered the Eagles' attack in the win.