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5th Grade Students Participate in Oyster Recovery Service Learning Project

September 28, 2020

St. Martin’s 5th graders and our staff were interviewed and featured in this beautiful short video produced by The Maryland Yacht Club Foundation and professional videographers Chesapeake Clear Videos and Films. We are grateful for this unique service learning project through MYCF and The Oyster Recovery Partnership which help inspire in our students stewardship and…

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St. Martin’s Students Return For In-Person Learning

September 14, 2020

After months of preparing for a safe and healthy return, we finally welcomed our Mustangs back for in-person learning on September 8. The joy and excitement of seeing teachers, meeting friends and resuming some “normalcy” filled our halls in the most wonderful way! Take a look at photos from the first day of drop off…

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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 fall for in-person teaching thanks to manageable class size and the ability to effectively social distance students and teachers. Read the full article here.

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Severna Park Voice Features SMES Remote Learning

May 14, 2020

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. As a small school, St. Martins has the ability to be agile – with faculty that has responded with impressive collaboration, willingness and creativity. Read…

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Brandon Shin (’16) Earns Distinctive Scholar at Archbishop Spalding High School

April 30, 2020

Archbishop Spalding High School recently announced its Distinctive Scholars, including St. Martin’s Alumnus Brandon Shin. Brandon earned distinction for his excellent academic record, as an AP Scholar with Distinction. He is President of the National Honor Society and a member of the Model United Nations team. Brandon also excels in sports, as a pole vaulter…

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Capital Gazette Features New Learning Center

January 15, 2020

The Capital Gazette recently featured our new building. “This is super exciting. Our students are loving the new building,” Head of School Jamey Hein said. “It’s a dream that was a long time coming with lots of visionaries involved in making it happen. Settling on a concept, making plans and seeing it through took five…

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