St. Michael's Academy is a place where parents and students must be committed to Catholic education and must become involved in the process of forming Christians. The academy is a dynamic school that is about the ever-challenging and eternal business of knowing, loving and serving God. The specific goals of St. Michael's Academy are first and foremost, to gain a deep understanding of and commitment to the Roman Catholic Faith; 2nd, to learn and appreciate the traditions and values of a Catholic curture and the means whereby these may be preserved in the modern world; 3rd, to develop solid academic skills in the areas of reading, writing, arithmetic, speaking and critical thinking; 4th, to gain an appreciation of the fine arts; finally, to develop motor coordination skills. Students who transfer from another school must provide complete school records, standardized test scores, reports cards and for high school students, a complete transcript. Placement tests may be necessary based on information we receive from the previous school.
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