St. Monica - St. Michael School
Excellence in Education, Values & Leadership
Central Vermont Catholic School serving students of all faiths, pre-school to grade 8.

Early Registration
Early registration for the 2019 - 2020 school year is from Feb. 1, 2019 to Feb. 22, 2019
A discounted registration fee of $175/per student will apply during this time and can be rolled into your FACTS account. Students that have an early paid registration will receive a complimentary school navy polo with the SMSM logo embroidered on it; ordered by size.

Is your Child Lost in the Crowd?
Come and see the difference a Catholic education makes!
2017-2018 Second Graders
Featuring small class sizes for children in grades Pre-K thru grade 8, rigorous academics and a respectful learning environment. We invite your child to experience this and more as a student at St. Monica-St. Michael School. 
  • Private Catholic School
  • Open to students in grades Pre-K to grade 8 of all faiths
  • Conveniently located in Central Vermont on the St. Monica Parish campus in Barre
  • One of 13 Vermont Catholic schools overseen by the Catholic Diocese of Burlington
  • Financial assistance available
Come experience the difference of our Catholic School:
  • Respectful community with learners of all faiths
  • Small classes (average 10 students)
  • Spanish lessons for all students (Pre-K through Grade 8)

Recent News

Congratulations Carlo Concessi!
Congratulations to Carlo Concessi, 5th grad student, who won't he Elks District Hoop Shoot for ages 10-11. He will compete on the state level at Spaulding High school, Saturday, Jan. 26th. Good luck, Carlo!

Outdoor Recess
All students go outside for recess and need to be dressed for the cold, wet weather. An extra pair of mittens or gloves is encouraged, especially for students who stay for ASP.

National Catholic Schools Week
Jan 27th - Feb 2nd

Sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association, the week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The Diocese of Burlington and Dioceses throughout New England participated in a Catholic Schools week in the fall with its usually less inclement weather, to boost awareness of Catholic education in New England.