• Pro Skateboarder Tony Hawk Kicks off Health and Wellness Week

    St. Margaret’s kicked off Health and Wellness Week on Monday morning with two exciting talks from nationally-renowned professional athletes. Skateboarder Tony Hawk spoke to Upper and Middle School students, and two-time Olympian water polo player and triathlete Julie Swail Ertel, spoke to Lower School students during Chapel.

  • Upper School Athletes Sign NCAA Letter of Intent

    Wednesday was the third NCAA National Letter of Intent signing day for the 2013-2014 school year. St. Margaret’s celebrated two Upper School athletes who verbally committed to universities they will attend in the fall.

  • K-12 Selected Artworks Exhibition Features More than 140 Student Works

    More than 140 student works are displayed at this year’s K-12 Selected Artworks Exhibition. It is the first year the event is being held in the Performing Arts Center and the first year that digital media was included.

  • Tartan Trot Celebrates Health, Wellness and Sustainability

    Coming through the Tartan Tunnel onto the Tartan Field, students were met with cheering parents, friends and a much larger track at last Friday’s Lower School Tartan Trot. This year, the Tartan stampede of students were challenged with a track that traced the perimeter of Tartan Field, really giving students a chance to stretch their legs and their limits.

  • SMES Teacher John Bennett Publishes Book About Late Father’s Career Alongside Alfred Hitchcock

    Three years ago, St. Margaret's Upper School Science teacher John Bennett brought his father’s posthumous memoir to The University of Kentucky Press. This month, the memoir is being published as Hitchcock’s Partner in Suspense: The Life of Screenwriter Charles Bennett.

  • Junior David Weaver Wins Top Art & Writing Awards in California and Nationally

    For the third consecutive year of his Upper School career, junior David Weaver has participated in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards with impressive results. This year, David submitted a total of 30 photos and more than half of those received recognition.

  • Tartan MUN Team Earns Fourth Delegation Award in Three Years

    Last month eight St. Margaret’s students traveled to Boston for the Second Annual Eagle Model United Nations Conference hosted by Boston College. After six weeks of intensive research and preparation, the group was well prepared to represent themselves, the school and their roles and assigned countries.

  • Post-Season Awards Abound for Successful Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer Programs

    The boys’ and girls’ soccer teams had one of the most successful seasons in St. Margaret’s history! The boys’ soccer team was the CIF-Southern Section Division 6 Runners-Up and the CIF State Southern California Division 3 Regional Champions, while the girls’ soccer team was crowned the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 Champions.


GOOD FRIDAY - School & Offices Closed


In-Service Day - School Closed, Office Open


LS Parent Conferences - Early Dismissal

Through 4/251:40 PM

PTF Monthly Membership Meeting

8:15 AM - 10:00 AMTartan Center

Gr. 8 Washington DC Parent Meeting

6:45 PM - 8:00 PMSillers Hall

PS Family Night

5:00 PM - 7:30 PMChalmers Field

All School Spring Dance Concert

2:00 PM - 4:00 PMHurlbut Theater

Gr. 6-12 Spring Dance Concert

6:00 PM - 8:00 PMHurlbut Theater