St. Marys Elementary has 30 DVD copies of the SMES Winter Olympics from 2014. Current seniors were in 4th grade at that time. If you would like to purchase a DVD for $7, please contact SMES at 304-684-3510.
St. Marys High School Academic Honors Reception is scheduled for Wednesday 5/12/21
To All Coaches (including all head coaches, assistant coaches, and authorized certified/ volunteer coaches.) Please see the information in the image for the new CPR/ AED Training requirement.
Congratulations to SMHS student Kyle Jones on receiving Superior ratings on his Vocal and French horn solos for the 2021 West Virginia Solo and Ensemble Festival!
St. Marys High School and PCS are pleased to announce that two SMHS students were selected for the Governor’s Honors Academy 2021: C. Masters; N. Malone.
Young Writers Day 2021- Ms. Cook and Jade representing SMHS!
In the coming days there is an expectation that the FDA will approve the Pfizer COVID vaccine for students 12-15 years of age. If you are interested in your child receiving the vaccine if it is approved, please respond to the survey (https://forms.office.com/r/kzCTWsS6T8) by Monday, May 10th, at 8:00pm. Your contact information will be shared with the WVDE and you will be contacted in the near future to schedule a vaccine for your child. Please call the school nurse with any questions.
SMHS Plans for Graduation 2021
St. Marys High School is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted into the Law and Public Safety Program at MOVTI for the 2021-2022 school year. S. Lewis, H. Farson, Z. Boley, J. Heflin, C. Lutz, I. Anderson, H. Davis, B. Allman, M. Wince, N. Wince.
St. Marys High School is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted into the Law and Public Safety Program at MOVTI for the 2021-2022 school year. S. Lewis, H. Farson, Z. Boley, J. Heflin, C. Lutz, I. Anderson, H. Davis, B. Allman.
St. Marys High School would like to saythank you to Jonathon Goodfellow for being SMHS girls' basketball videographer for the 2020-2021 season!
This week SMHS Physical Fitness students are participating in the FitnessGram. It is the yearly state assessment for our first year high school physical education students. Although there is a waiver in place to forgo test results this year due to COVID, we still want to see where our students are regarding their physical health, and what we can do to improve our students’ health. With only one more component to measure, our data has looked outstanding with the majority of our P.E. students passing all standards thus far.
St Marys High School’s LSIC will conduct their annual required Open Meeting for parents, community members and the faculty to discuss academic progress at the school on May 19th at 4:00PM in the school library.
Congratulations NHS Senior Members and their Champions.
Parents this is reminder that this Friday is an early dismissal day. School will be dismissing at 1:00 p.m. Parents of younger children need to have someone available to pick them up from the school bus. If you have any questions, please contact your school. Thank you.
We want to thank the student-athletes, staff, and coaches of the SMHS Wrestling Team for their outstanding job at the state wrestling tournament. More importantly, we thank them for being a great representation of our school and community!
SMHS will not be live-streaming the Regional Basketball game vs Williamstown. 93R will still be covering the game live.
The 8th grade students at Pleasants County Middle School visited St. Marys High School and the MOVTI on Wed., April 21st. Students were greeted by Benny the Blue Devil as they arrived! A panel of students from SMHS talked to the future freshman about various programs and experiences they can look forward to participating in at the high school. The SMHS marching Blue Devil band made a debut performance in their new uniforms to welcome the group and encourage participation in marching band. As the students exited the auditorium for their MOVTI tour, SMHS cooks treated them to freshly made purple and gold “SM” cookies! We are looking forward to having these students with us next school year!
Saint Marys High School Blue Devil Marching Band Looking Sharp in thier New Uniforms.
April 21 is Administrative Professionals Day! We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the hardworking individuals who keep the financial, secretarial, documentation and many other aspects of our school system running smoothly.