Please note: as the new president and principal set the programs of the school, more information will be available.
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St. Michael the Archangel High School will provide academic programs for a wide range of students. Some students have learning difficulties which must be addressed by providing individualized support. Parents should contact our Admissions Office if your student may need an academic success plan, Mrs. Maddox would be happy to discuss options and programming needs.
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School is committed to helping students to know truth, love God, and serve others in an environment centered on discovery.
Students will use their own talents, technology, and our entire community to explore multiple academic areas of interests. SMA graduation requirements are already designed to expose students to a wide range of content. The chart below can be used to help students choose core classes and electives related to a specific field of study.
Students are not locked into one specific Learning Academy, as the Learning Academies serve as a suggested track catered to student's interests and abilities. They are encouraged to investigate multiple areas of study.
The inclusive education program is a unique Special Education program for students of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School. It follows Individual Service Plans for each student along with implementing Missouri Show-Me Standards and appropriate goals and benchmarks.
Individual attention is given to each student. A flexible curriculum helps students thrive on his/her own level. Our faculty will have high standards and expectations for every student. Students who successfully complete the SMA inclusive education program will earn a diploma, depending upon the modifications implemented for the student and the hours in the Special Education Inclusive classroom.
These students are encouraged to participate in activities including sports, theater, music, and clubs appropriate to their needs. If needed, after school tutoring will be available.
Perhaps the most unique aspect of the inclusive education program is the Mentor Program. Junior and Senior level students work hand-in-hand with these students in the classrooms. Mentors are chosen by faculty members based on their outstanding leadership qualities and dedication to the program.