• Grade 4 Team Takes First Place in Algebraic Thinking at Math Field Day

    Ten St. Margaret’s grade 4 and 5 students competed against 36 other schools from throughout Orange County in this year’s Math Field Day competition on Saturday. The St. Margaret’s grade 4 team received first place in algebraic thinking.

  • Veterans Honored Through Special Grade 8 History Project

    More than 55 United States veterans received a special tribute from St. Margaret’s grade 8 students during a celebration last week culminating the end of a unique grade 8 history project. Starting in January, students worked in pairs to interview veterans of their choosing and honor them in a way that ensured their service to the nation will never be forgotten.

  • Upper School Students Launch Self-Made Rockets

    Juniors and introduction to engineering students Lucas Santora and Coen Zediker traveled to Lucerne Dry Lake in San Bernardino County with Upper School science teacher Steve Harless Saturday morning to launch self-made rockets.

  • SMES Receives 13 CAPPIES Nominations, Including Best Musical

    The Orange County CAPPIES have announced the 2016 nominees and commendees for the 2015-2016 theater season. St. Margaret's students received 13 nominations in performing, design and technical categories for their work on “The Secret Garden,” which is nominated for best musical, and “The Skin of Our Teeth.”

  • Chemistry Honors Students Challenge Themselves in National Exam

    A St. Margaret's team of seven freshman and sophomore chemistry honors students competed against more than 50 high schools in Orange County and 366 participants at last month’s First-Year American Chemical Society Exam. The exam is presented by the American Chemical Society, the largest scientific society in the world with more than 160,000 members globally.

  • A Day Serving the Community: Faculty and Staff Professional Development

    St. Margaret’s Episcopal School’s entire faculty and staff dedicated their final professional development day of the school year to contributing significant resources and manpower to the missions and goals of 15 local charitable organizations in San Juan Capistrano, and surrounding Orange County communities.

  • PTF Library Luncheon Narrates the “Tales of the South Pacific” See the Photo Gallery!

    The 35th Annual Parent Teacher Fellowship Library Luncheon “Tales of the South Pacific” captured the spirit and allure of the islands. The Pacific Ocean provided a breathtaking backdrop for the more than 300 guests who attended the event on the bluffs of The Montage Resort in Laguna Beach last Wednesday.

  • Students Simulate Assembly Line during British Industrial Revolution

    Students in Mr. Simon Fellowes’ and Mr. Brian Carmer’s grade 9 world history classes have a better understanding of what it’s like to work on the assembly line during the British Industrial Revolution.

May21

Gr. 8 Washington DC Trip

Through 5/27
May30

Memorial Day - School and Offices Closed

May31

MS/US Book Buyback

Through 6/17:30 AM - 3:30 PMOther
Jun01

Classes End for PS - Gr. 12

Jun01

All School Closing Ceremony

10:30 AM - 11:45 AMPasternack Field House
Jun01

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

12:00 PM
Jun02

Grade 5 Recognition

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMChurch
Jun02

Grade 8 Promotion

6:00 PM - 7:00 PMChurch