Saint Martin invites students into our school community who are committed to academic, spiritual, social, emotional, and physical growth. During the admissions process, Saint Martin reviews academic, disciplinary, and attendance records, as well as teacher recommendations.
While we are serious about preparing students for college and career success, we also believe that school should be fun! Caring for the whole student, we believe that involvement in extracurriculars is essential to continuing to form talented, well-rounded, and interesting individuals.
Posted March 25, 2020 in Articles
Congratulations to Kevyn Chavez, Class of 2020, who received the Dewine Family FULL RIDE college scholarship to Spring Hill College in Alabama! When asked to give some words of wisdom to the Saint Martin community during these difficult times, Kevyn wrote: You know I told myself I would get a full-ride scholarship. Many people questioned me and all I could respond with was "I'll find a way. Just know I'm not paying for college." I didn't say this to be smart or as a joke because I worked for this opportunity. And sometimes it was the hardest thing to do. And... read more
Posted January 31, 2020 in Articles
In honor of Catholic Schools Week, Bishop Nelson Perez sat down with four of Saint Martin's work-study students over lunch to learn about their dreams for the future. These students, senior Anthony Walcott, junior Adrianna... read more
Posted December 10, 2019 in Articles
We are honored to be one of three receipients of the AJC Cleveland 2019 Isaiah Award for Human Relations alongside The Music Settlement and Neighborhood Family Practice. For 55 years, AJC Cleveland has presented the Isaiah... read more
Posted December 03, 2019 in Articles
Many private equity firms are providing opportunities for their employees to give back to their local communities. Our Youth Entrepreneurship class was lucky enough to collaborate with employees from The Riverside Co. and clench first... read more
Posted November 26, 2019 in Articles
Our Accounant Brendan Corrigan had the chance to work with St. Mary Pat, HM, a member of our Board of Trustees, through the Ministry Leadership Program this past semester! This program through The Sisters... read more
Posted November 11, 2019 in Articles
Angie Boyce '20 received a special surprise on November 1st during the school day! She thought she was walking in to meet with the College Counseling Department but to her surprise she was greeted by... read more
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