A long tradition of St. Michael School is an International Day hosted by our 6th grade students. Each Student chooses a country they want to study and turns in weekly reports based on certain information like culture, climate, domestic products, religion, etc. They gather artifacts from their respective countries like clothing, money, food and pictures. The event is open to the school and then a second day for the Parish.
All 7th graders participate in the annual Science Fair for their science class. They choose the subject for their project, do the research, conduct experiments and testing and report on their results. Outside judges from the community are brought in for the students to present their work.
Every year in May we hold a ceremony to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary. Homerooms vote on a male and female representative who exhibit Mary-like qualities to represent them. All students in grades K-8 attend and then the 4th grade leads the school in praying the rosary.