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    Click here to learn how to Become a School Hero!  Due to the inability to hold our annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser, please prayerfully consider making a donation to the school and becoming one of our HEROES!

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  • Do you know the cost per student??

    The cost to educate a student at St. Mary School is $5,927/year. Tuition for the 2021-2022 school year is $3,100 ~ the difference is covered by grants, gifts from generous donors, and the parishes of Immaculate Conception and St. Patrick's of Erin.

  • Scrip Makes GREAT Gifts

    Don't forget Scrip for gift giving and receiving : ) [Click Here]

  • Thanks to Our Golf Tournament Sponsors!!

    Click Here to View the FANTASTIC businesses and families that supported our school through the 2017 golf tournament!

  • Thank You To Our Sponsors!

    The Love Boat Mardi Gras was certainly an adventure... please support these Event Sponsors who supported our event!

  • Do You Love Bucky?

    Show your Badger Pride with this AWESOME Wisconsin Badger Pedal Car! Raffle tickets available in the school office, all proceeds benefit St. Mary School. Click here for more information.

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  • Graduation 2016

    Our happy 2016 graduates and their dedicated teachers!

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  • SMS Has a State Champion Free Throw Shooter!

    Congratulations to Seamus in 5th grade for winning the Knights of Columbus state wide free throw contest. He WOW'ed the crowd with an amazing 24 out of 25 shots!!


  • 5th Grade Stations of the Cross

    In preparation for Easter, our fifth grade students reenacted the stations of the cross for the school and church community during a Wednesday Mass.



  • 8th Graders Serve the Best Corned Beef in Town!

    Our Eighth grade students took time on St. Patrick's Day to serve (and clean up) a delicious meal to the parishoners at St. Pat's Church.

  • Good Luck Olivia and Seamus!

    We are proud of our two Fifth Grade students who will be representing us at the state level in the Knights of Columbus competition this weekend. One will be competing in math and one in basketball - can you guess which is which??

  • 440 Pounds of food donated!
    During Catholic Schools Week, our students brought in 440lbs of food for the Five Loaves Food Shelf. Those are some heavy backpacks!