• Middle School Construction Update—View Photo Gallery of Our Progress!

    Construction of the Middle School campus is well underway and progressing as planned. In the last few weeks, the contractor completed demolition of the existing structure, which included salvaging and recycling much of the building material, and graded and prepared the foundation. Importantly, the project is on schedule for completion by the start of school next year.

  • Partial Solar Eclipse Wows SMES Skywatchers

    Upper School students, faculty and staff got a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse yesterday. At approximately 2:45 p.m. everyone gathered in the Upper School Quad with special viewing glasses. As the moon clipped the sun, it appeared like a fingernail.

  • What’s Orange and Round and Full of Learning Opportunities? Pumpkins!

    The Preschool and Kindergarten students have been enjoying observing, comparing, measuring, selling, hoisting and hauling pumpkins. Yes, some of the heavy ones have taken a tumble...but that just leads to more wondering, investigating, comparing and counting of what’s inside.

  • Upper School Writing Center Helps Students Achieve Results

    Thirty-one students currently volunteer at the Upper School Writing Center providing assistance for all kinds of academic writing: formal essays, informal journals, research papers, DBQs (document based questions), and more.

  • SMES Presents West Coast Premiere of Argonautika – The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

    The epic production by Mary Zimmerman, Argonautika – The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts, took place in the Hurlbut Theater on October 16 and 18 to the delight of hundreds in the audience. This multi-faceted production involved more than 26 actors, student technical and video crews and alumni in varied creative behind-the-scenes roles.

  • Middle School Students Learn the Value of Helping Those in Need

    At St. Margaret’s, each and every student is empowered to learn, to lead, and to serve. Last Wednesday, Middle School students experienced the power and privilege to do all three. Students learned about the localized needs of their community; to lead friends and teachers to take action; and to serve the land and people around them.

  • MUN Team Earns Outstanding Small School Award

    After attending the 30th Annual Edison High School Model United Nations Conference this past weekend, the St. Margaret's MUN Team brought home the Outstanding Small School Award. Edison High School is one of the most challenging MUN conferences in the area with more than 720 students from 12 different schools in attendance at the two-day forum.

  • SMES edX Partnership Featured on NPR Marketplace Listen Here!

    St. Margaret's Episcopal School and Academic Dean Dr. Jeneen Graham are featured in an NPR Marketplace story on high school MOOCs, massive open online courses, for the school’s partnership with edX.


MS Tartan Marching Band performs at Home Football Game

7:00 PM - 9:30 PMTartan Center

Fall Break - School and Offices Closed


Faculty and Staff In-Service Day - School Closed, Offices Open


MS/US Chamber Music Concert

7:00 PM - 8:30 PMHurlbut Theater

PS Halloween Parade

9:00 AM - 9:30 AMECDC Outdoor Classroom

LS Halloween Parade

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMCampaigne Center

Tartan Faire

12:00 PM - 3:00 PMChalmers Field

Daylight Saving Time Ends