Congratulations to our Class of 2019!

St. Michael’s graduates matriculate to a variety of secondary schools locally and around the region. In general, students will attend local day schools on Aquidneck Island and in Providence, several Parochial schools around the state, boarding schools in New England, or the public high school in their home town.

From 2010-2019 St. Michael’s Country Day School graduates have been accepted to the following schools:

Avon Old Farms
Barrington High School
Berkeley Prep
Bishop Stang
Bishop Hendricken High School
Brewster Academy
Brooks School
Deerfield Academy
Ethel Walker
Gould Academy
Groton School
Idyllwild Arts Academy
Kimball Union
LaSalle Academy
Lincoln School
Middletown High School
Middlesex School
Milton Academy
Miss Porter’s School
Moses Brown
North Kingston High School
Out-of-Door Academy
Phillips Andover
Phillips Exeter
Pomfret School
Portsmouth Abbey
Portsmouth High School
Providence Country Day School
Rocky Hill School
Rogers High School
St. George’s School
St. Andrew’s School
St. Paul’s School
Stony Brook School
Suffield Academy
Tabor Academy
Tatnall School
The Met School (Newport and Providence)
Tower Hill
Vermont Academy
Walnut Hill
Wheeler School
Wilmington Friends


We’ve all had a chance to travel life’s paths in different ways: incredible stories to tell, fun adventures to share, milestones achieved, and lessons learned. Our class notes section is the perfect vehicle to let all your classmates know what is new with you! 

Please email with your class notes.


Congratulations to Teghan Michelson, Darcy Weber and Juliana Di Napoli for being accepted into La Societe Honoraire de Francais!

Isabella Ridall and Tara Winston  attending SMCDS 80th Celebration May of 2019.

COVID 19 update — our campus is closed but #SMSstaysconnected!

At this time, there are no known cases of COVID 19 in our SMS community. As Head of School Jim Heus wrote in a letter home to parents:

“In keeping with our nation’s efforts to maintain social distancing, and consistent with Governor Raimondo’s two-week suspension of public schools throughout the state, we will launch our plan for distance learning. We have planned, rehearsed and are ready to execute ‘virtual’ instruction on Monday, March 30th.”

Please CLICK HERE for FAQs on COVID 19 and distance learning.