The campus is closed by order of the Governor
Our thoughts and prayers are with the healthcare workers, law enforcement, public servants, and essential business operators during this time. While the campus of Orchard Lake St. Mary's Preparatory is closed, the following actions are still taking place:
- All students are completing scheduled course instruction for the remainder of the school year through an extremely comprehensive virtual learning program.
- The admissions office is still accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year and is providing a number of virtual admissions experiences.
- Masses are being live streamed from the ARCHDIOCESE OF DETROIT.
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What is Co-Divisional?
This model offers a single-gender classroom experience alongside opportunities for boys and girls to engage socially, spiritually and in co-curricular activities. St. Mary’s prepares its students to excel in college and beyond by developing their abilities to think critically, work collaboratively, and succeed independently.
In this culture, for the first time, both boys and girls will have all of the advantages of co-educational interaction without social pressures in the classroom. With the boys and girls in separate classrooms for the majority of their instruction, students have a choice of when and how they socialize during break times, before, and after the school day ends.
Our mission and message remain the same:
3. St. Mary's
Starting in the Fall semester of 2020, our historic institution will break new ground with the opening of the St. Mary's Preparatory Girls Division. This unique model will allow us to educate young women with the same Christ-like model that we have used use to educate young men for over 135 years.
With 135 years of Catholic Education on our campus, St. Mary's Preparatory is one of the premiere Catholic boys educational institutions in the nation.
CLASS OF 2020!
Class of 2020! Mrs. Bartus, Mrs. Castiglione, Mr. Sheena, Coach Petry, and Mr. Rychcik lined campus down Commerce Rd with the 107 amazing faces of the class of 2020!
ADMINISTRATION MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2020
The OLSM administration team recorded their best wishes for the Prep Class of 2020, produced by Ktoevin McCarty.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
St. Mary's Prep freshman, Gavin Pozdol, is using his skills and earning service hours during quarantine by printing 3D mask holders for healthcare professionals at Beaumont.
PREP STUDENT LOUNGE NOW OPEN
Just a little peek at what the new student lounge looks like…
NEWLY INDUCTED NHS MEMBERS
Juniors: Dominic Abdal, Anthony Aljida, Thomas Allman, Alex Caushaj, James Collins, Nicholas Cranmer, Adam Dolan, Thomas Doman, Johnathan Essig, Steven Essig, John Frank, Noah Garvin, Blake Hazelton, Conor Heikkila, Kobe Howcroft, Collin Kinane, Daniel Leonard, Kory Lucero, Benjamin Martin, Patrick McFarland, Joseph MeLampy, Emmett Mitchell, Alex Mooney, Justin Morrison, Cody Nielsen, Oliver Niu, Daniel Norvell, Michael Nowicki, Harrison Ogochukwu, Luke Orow, Ezekiel Paquette, Paul Petrella, Donald Quillen, Kevin Rice, Noah Seilo, Steven Shaman, Ethan Shook, Stephen Sirosky, James Skellett, Bennett Smolek, Coleson Titus, Luke Vitek, Matthew Walker, Brandon Yatooma, Jim Yi, David Yuan, Frank Zhang.
Seniors: Kyle Murphy, John Stanley, William Stanley, Ian Yu.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OLSM ARTISTS!
The Michigan Art Education Association (MAEA) sponsors the annual Oakland County regional art show YOUNG @ ART Student Art Exhibit. Several schools from Oakland County participate in this wonderful venue. It is an honor to see the following students represent the Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep.
Congratulations to Freshman Sean Kinane who placed 3rd at MHSAA individual districts and qualified for individual regionals!