• Students Raise Awareness and Funds for Devastation in Nepal

    More than 80 hikers trekked the Patriot Trail to the landmark San Juan Capistrano flagpole summit last Saturday to raise awareness and funds to benefit the United Nations Children's Fund’s (UNICEF) efforts in Nepal. Hike, Hang and Help Out Nepal included participants from Lower, Middle and Upper School, as well as friends and family from the community.

  • Senior Ryan Harnisch Named U.S. Lacrosse Orange County Player of the Year

    Face-off specialist Ryan Harnisch was named Player of the Year by the Orange County Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse. Harnisch was also named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American honoree and 1st Team All-County selection. Coach Glen Miles was named Coach of the Year following a U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section Championship and 21-3 record.

  • Noelani Murayama and Cameron Manor Selected to U.S. Lacrosse 1st Team All-County

    Junior attacker Noelani Murayama, and sophomore midfielder Cameron Manor were among 14 Orange County players selected to the U.S. Lacrosse 1st Team All-County. Murayama and Cameron helped lead the Tartans to the quarterfinals of the 2015 CIF U.S. Lacrosse playoffs.

  • Students Learn Government Fundamentals from Local Assemblyman

    During the past trimester grade 4 students have been learning about the early years of Spanish settlers to the building of our historical California missions. Recently, students were introduced to the first systems of government: federal, state and local. Last week, the grade 4 students had the opportunity to spend some time with our local representative, Assemblyman William Brough.

  • Tartan Lacrosse Alumni Win National Championships

    Scott McGowan, Class of 2013, and Brandon Suchand, Class of 2013, were both crowned national champions in lacrosse this past weekend. McGowan is a member of the National Champion NCAA Div. 1 Denver Pioneers and Suschand recorded 17 saves to lead the Grand Canyon University Antelopes to the MCLA National Championship.

  • Lower School Students Share the Importance of Memorial Day and Thank Veterans

    Lower School Core Council, grade 1 students and local Girl Scout troops worked together to share the importance of Memorial Day and give families a chance to thank veterans in a truly meaningful way. More than 50 letters were sent to veterans thanking them for their service with a star from a decommissioned American flag.

  • UCI Bestows Top Honor to Dr. Jeneen Graham

    St. Margaret’s Episcopal School Academic Dean Dr. Jeneen Graham was honored by the University of California, Irvine Alumni Association and its board of directors with one of the university’s highest honors, 2015 Lauds & Laurels Distinguished Alumni Award. Presented to Dr. Graham at the 45th annual gala along with 18 other honorees, Lauds & Laurels is bestowed annually to outstanding members of the UC Irvine community who demonstrate heartfelt dedication and commitment to the university community.

  • St. Margaret's Captures 14 CAPPIES Nominations, Including Best Play

    The Orange County CAPPIES have announced the 2015 nominees and commendees for the 2014-2015 theater season. St. Margaret's students received 14 nominations for their work on Argonautika – The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts and Les Miserables in performing, design and technical categories.


US Senior Banquet

6:30 PM - 9:00 PMTartan Center,Tartan Center Concessions,Tartan Courtyard

Chamber Music | OC Season Finale

8:00 PM - 10:00 PMHurlbut Theater

Classes End for PS - Gr. 12


All School Closing Ceremony

10:30 AM - 11:45 AMPasternack Field House

Last Day of School Minimum Day Dismissal at Noon for Preschool and Lower School Students, No Extended Day

12:00 PMOther

Grade 5 Recognition

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMChurch

Grade 8 Promotion

6:00 PM - 8:00 PMChurch

All-Alumni Reunion

7:00 PM - 10:00 PMOff Campus