St. Michael is a parochial school for children in pre-school through eighth grade. Our school has a reputation for excellence in academics and a caring, family environment, which facilitates learning and the child’s spiritual, social, emotional and physical growth. We recognize a triad partnership between parents, teachers, and students. Within this nurturing community of mutual respect, students become responsible lifelong learners. St. Michael graduates are well prepared for academic success in high school and beyond.
St. Michael School is accredited through AdvancEd (Advancing Excellence in Education Worldwide) and the Kentucky Commission for Non-Public Schools. St. Michael School is also a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and was awarded the Lighthouse Blue Ribbon School Award by Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, Inc. in 2008.
Core courses for all students include Religion, Mathematics, Language Arts (to include Reading/Literature, English, Phonics, Spelling, Vocabulary, and K-3 Handwriting), Science, and Social Studies.
All K-8 students attend special area classes weekly including Art, Music, Physical Education, Computer Technology, Spanish, and Library.