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Hall of Fame

The purpose of the St. Mary’s Central High School’s (SMCHS) Hall of Fame is to recognize alumni, faculty and staff, and friends and benefactors who, during and/or after their time at SMCHS, have achieved a level of excellence deserving of recognition in Athletics, Fine Arts, in their personal endeavors, and in their support of St. Mary’s Central High School. 2015 will mark the 10th year of this tradition at SMCHS.
 
Eligibility Criteria for St. Mary’s Central High School’s Hall of Fame
  1. Alumni, faculty and staff, and supportive friends and benefactors are eligible for nomination and induction.
  2. Induction into the SMCHS’s Hall of Fame may be granted posthumously.
  3. Nominees, students, teachers and faculty alike, are recommended to be out of school for a minimum of ten years.

Nominees must demonstrate the Catholic values that represent SMCHS

Click here for the 2015 Nomination Form

 

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2014-15 Enrollment Video "Getting A Good Start"

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LOCCSE OFFICE HAS MOVED

We are now located at

St.Mary's High School

1025 North 2nd Street

Bismarck ND 58501

 


 

Feasibility Plan Underway!

“The Light of Christ Catholic Schools of Excellence (LOCCSE) has retained AST&R / Jiran and Partners in Mission to conduct the two components of a feasibility plan.  The feasibility plan is aimed at analyzing the possibility of additional academic space for the school system.  The firms of AST&R and Jiran will prepare a facilities master plan as well as initiate the process of plans for a future facility and any possible renovations or additions to the LOCCSE’s current facilities.  Partners in Mission will be conducting a financial analysis and design of a capital campaign for any additional components to the facility master plan.”


Common Core

Interested in learning about Common Core and how it is going to be implemented in our schools?

Check out the Common Core page!