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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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The Tartans begin this fall as defending CIF Champions in football and defending Academy League Champions in boys cross country, football and girls tennis. An impressive 205 Upper School students are currently competing in an interscholastic sport in the fall season and we invite you to enjoy one of the dozens of events taking place in the next few weeks. A full schedule can be found on the Athletic Department page of SMES.org.
In a one-of-a-kind, service-learning project, grade 10 and 11 students were given 100 boxes of bike parts on Wednesday, the first day of school, and challenged to build them and find worthy local charities in which to donate them to by Friday. The students were not given much more information or direction from their teachers, they simply had to organize, plan and go to work.
The Maseeh Middle School is officially open! Middle School students, parents, faculty and staff entered the new, state-of-the-art campus on Wednesday after a blessing from The Reverend Canon Robert Edwards, followed by welcoming words from Middle School Principal Jeannine Clarke, Class of 1987.
“Welcome back and welcome home, Tartans!” Head of School William N. Moseley commenced the 2015-2016 school year with this greeting to new and returning Tartans at the All-School Opening Ceremony on Wednesday. St. Margaret’s kicked off its 36th school year with a total enrollment of 1,246 students, 169 new students, 80 new families and 21 new faculty and staff members.
Check out the photo gallery of scenes from the first day of the 2015-2016 school year.
edX The Road to Selective College Admissions instructors Director of College Counseling Roland Allen and Associate Director of College Counseling Amy Warren tackle the stresses of the college admissions process with “5 Tips for Keeping it Real While Applying to College,” published through edX’s Back to School blog series.
The Capistrano Dispatch featured Breakthrough SJC's 10th anniversary celebration this summer. The cover story highlighted the program’s expansion over 10 years, including serving 232 local students and training 141 teachers.
Take a look back at Commencement 2015 through this collection of articles and photo galleries highlighting the Class of 2015 including the graduation ceremony, Baccalaureate, Senior Banquet and more.
The Orange County Register Varsity Arts highlighted St. Margaret’s Innovation Stage with an article focused on the overall program, the student mentor volunteers and the Student Alumni Apprentice Program. In its second year, the summer theater camp hosted 60-80 Kindergarten through grade 8 students singing, dancing and acting in the Performing Arts Center.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School announces the appointment of Joaquin Acosta as girls volleyball head coach. Acosta brings an impressive resume that includes an NCAA National Championship as a player at Brigham Young University, All-American honors, and an international professional career in both indoor and beach circuits.