Students: 200 | Faculty: 21 | Grades: K-12 | Gender: Coed
Saint Michael’s Academy
The education at St. Michael’s is presented two fold: one for education and the other faith based aimed at spiritual development.
Both boarding and day students attend St. Michael’s. St. Michael’s is a coeducational school.
Students are required to wear a uniform to school each day. Class sizes are small and intimate allowing for each student to receive ample instruction time from teachers. The student to teacher ration is 18:1.
Because of St. Michael’s prestigious education, both admission and graduation requirements are strict. 15%-20% of students have scores that are among the top 10% of all students in Washington.
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