An Education For Good

At St. Martin’s Episcopal School, we educate and cultivate.

Our students build a strong academic foundation and are exceptionally well-prepared to meet the challenges of our changing world. At SMES, we also teach children what it means to be good and to live with Confidence, Compassion and Character. St. Martin's students are challenged to meet their unique potential every day.

St. Martin’s students build and apply their knowledge, skills, and strengths — mind, body, and spirit — becoming the kind of people who make the world better. At SMES, students find an encouraging space to achieve success through engaging learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. Small class sizes and a close-knit environment help differentiate learning and activities, tailoring educational experiences to the individual student. St. Martin’s brings out the spark in each child!

Our Families Have Good Things to Say...

Cunnungham Family

St. Martin's Preschool is such a blessing to our family.  The kindness and values taught are second to none...not to mention the convenience of Mustang Club! St. Martin's gets an A+ from the Cunninghams!

- The Cunningham Family

Stees Family

St. Martin’s has been such a blessing for our family. Our children have been there since Preschool and they are now in Middle School. When I think about how St. Martin’s has impacted my children, the words leadership, community and compassion to mind.

- The Stees Family

News & Events

St. Martin’s is Poised and Preparing to Return

July 8, 2020

In our latest article in the July issue of the Severna Park Voice, Head of School, Jamey Hein, reflects on the opportunities for small schools to safely reopen in the…

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Severna Park Voice Features SMES Remote Learning

May 14, 2020
Article in Severna Park Voice about remote learning

A recent article in the Severna Park Voice by SMES Head of School, Jamey Hein, described the challenges of maintaining educational continuity and community for preschool through middle school students.…

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