Where the Journey Matters . . .

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St. Mary’s Students Named to the All-East Junior High/Middle School Honor Choir - St Mary’s School recently participated in the East Tennessee Vocal Association Honor Choir Event held on November 20th-21st in Chattanooga, TN. This year’s All-East Junior High/Middle School Honor Choir was made up of over 275 advanced 7th & 8th grade vocal students from 29 schools throughout East Tennessee. Other honor choirs at the event included … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s Students Give Generously to St. Joseph’s Food Pantry - St. Mary’s School students and faculty gathered on Monday, November 30th for an all school assembly to share some great news with St. Joseph’s Food Pantry. Student Council President Elizabeth Waltman opened the ceremony by congratulating the students on their accomplishment in surpassing their goal for collecting food items in November. She then addressed Mary … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s School (Oak Ridge) Receives $10,000 Physical Education Grant - St. Mary’s School in Oak Ridge was honored to be selected as one of twenty Tennessee middle schools to have been awarded a 2015 Shape the State grant to improve its physical education program. The grant, valued at $10,000 is funded by the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Health Foundation. Ms. Ashley Williams, BlueCross BlueShield of … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s (Oak Ridge) Lady Crusaders Varsity Volleyball Team Crowned Season and Tournament Champions for the Third Consecutive Year - The Knoxville Independent School League (K.I.S.L.) held its annual Volleyball Tournament last week at St. Joseph’s School with the finals being held on Friday, October 2nd. The St. Mary’s varsity volleyball team from Oak Ridge took first place in the regular season and swept the tournament securing their 3rd consecutive Championship. “We never dropped a … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s School Dedicates a Beautiful Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe - St. Mary’s Church and School in Oak Ridge celebrated Mass on Sunday, September 13th with a special blessing and dedication of a beautiful statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The statue from Mexico was donated by Tomás and Bertalilia Léon of St. Mary’s Church in Jackson Tennessee. Sister Mary Rebekah, O.P., middle school religion and … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s School Athlete Advances to Tennessee Titans Game in NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition! - Anne, an eighth grader at St. Mary’s School in Oak Ridge, has advanced to the Team Championship Level for the NFL’s Punt, Pass & Kick Competition. Anne’s journey began in her PE class the week of September 22nd as she won for 12-13 year old girls. As a school champion, she advanced to the Knoxville … … Continue reading
Message from the Principal: May 13, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: The gospel for Sunday on the Good Shepherd is quite a consoling one. The lessons that the Good Shepherd teaches us are so important that each liturgical season has a gospel on the Good Shepherd. Jesus tells us that He loves and cares for us more than … … Continue reading
St. Mary’s Teacher is Awarded “Teacher of the Year” at the State Level - We are excited to announce that our very own Marsha Sega has won the Air Force Association Chapter’s Teacher of the Year Award at the state level for her work in preparing our students to use and excel in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This award from the Air Force Association’s … … Continue reading
Message from the Principal: April 23, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: The Lord is risen! Alleluia! In the movie, Jesus of Nazareth, there is a Jewish leader who does his part to bring about Jesus’s death. After the resurrection, this character goes to the tomb, examines everything and says quietly and fearfully, “Now it all begins.” How true … … Continue reading
Message from the Principal: April 16, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: On Sunday, we began the holiest week of the year. This truly is a week like none other. Lent can be quite long and we can too easily fall away from our Lenten practices. The good news is that God always takes us back and allows us … … Continue reading


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