* My son is starting the 8th grade here today. We have lived in many places and this is the 5th school he has attended. He was welcomed with open arms by the students and his teachers making it an easy transition for him. Everyone was open and accepting of him. The teachers are attentive and kept me well informed as to his progress; they kept him on task. I am happy that there is a no cell phone policy now. The new principal was his homeroom and language arts teacher last year. I can't say enough good things about her. I am looking forward to his last year of elementary school, and I truly believe that he will be more than prepared for whatever school he attends. Thank you, St. Margaret Regional!
* Our children keep asking each day, "When does school begin?" We are anticipating another great year at St. Margaret School. Imagine asking, during the summer, when school will begin. The draw here is the loving and nurturing environment in which to learn. The teachers and administration have treated everyone in our family with kindness and respect. When our kids heard who the new principal would be, they cheered as though they had the winning lottery ticket. It is important to us to instill in our children the beliefs of the Catholic faith. If you value rigorous academics and a friendly leaning environment that reinforces your faith traditions, St. Margaret Regional School is your choice.
* SMRS has been a wonderful place for my son, who has been a student here since Kindergarten, and a wonderful community for us as parents. He has blossomed and grown into a thoughtful and confident child; we are very grateful for this experience.
*Elaine Kearney attended Saint Margaret’s Regional School from Kindergarten in 2003 until graduation from the eighth grade in 2012. In her time there, she began to explore her passions. She was a member of the church choir for about seven years, she was a frequent writer for the school newspaper, and she was a proud member of the yearbook committee in eighth grade. In her time at Saint Margaret's, her passions for writing and world literature really began to grow. She found immense support for her interests, both from the academic curriculum as well as from the whole SMRS community. After graduating from Saint Margaret’s, Elaine would go on to Sturgis Charter Public School in Hyannis, MA. There, she would use the skills learned from SMRS to embrace the rigorous International Baccalaureate Program with great success. Read more about it HERE.