Welcome to The Saints Academy
A Catholic School community is made of people. Students, teachers, staff, priests, nuns, church members, and parents, who are all working as a unified team to help our children build a foundation of faith, academics, civic responsibility, and service for others.
At The Saints Academy, through our five core values of Discipleship, Partnership, Scholarship, Leadership, and Citizenship, we endeavor to provide an environment that fosters each of these values throughout the school day and into the daily lives of our students. Through the unification of our two Catholic school communities in Beverly- St. Mary Star of the Sea School and St. John the Evangelist School, I am thrilled to be a part of the creation of this new school community that will bring Catholic Education in Beverly to the next generation of children and families on the North Shore of Massachusetts. This is an exciting time in Catholic Education! We are on the precipice of moving our school community into the next generation and creating a new educational experience for today’s students, and for years to come. Welcome to The Saints Academy!
The Saints Academy Mission Statement
The Saints Academy provides a rigorous academic program through innovative teaching practices that prepares students for the world in which we live. We offer a strong spiritual foundation, based in the teachings of the Catholic Church, for students in pre-kindergarten through grade eight. We endeavor to provide an environment that promotes our five core values of Discipleship, Partnership, Scholarship, Leadership, and Citizenship throughout the school day and into the lives of our students and school community.
2020 Sports Banquet
8th Grade Send Off Parade!
2020 Scholarship Awards Announcement
Genes in Space
We a so very proud to announce that Nina Eisenstein and Lizzy Swanson have successfully completed their Genes In Space Contest Submission. Their research began in January, before this pandemic was even in the news, focusing on the chemical properties of mushrooms as a natural antibiotic. By embracing virtual meetings and document sharing, they were able to brainstorm, and complete their proposal. This contest was optional. They chose to complete their research even though they were dealing wiht the challenges of remote learning . This is a true testament to their love of science, determination and perseverance They were always upbeat, positive, and Mrs. Pomeroy looked forward to their virtual meetings. They are winners in every sense of the meaning. Here is a link to a copy of their experiment for you to enjoy and share. We will keep you posted as to the announcement of winning entries. Excellent work, Lizzy & Nina!
The Saints Academy is dedicated to the health and safety of our students, families, faculty, and staff. Therefore, We have been busy today planning in case of a pending closure. It has just been confirmed by Thomas W. Carroll, Superintendent of Schools for RCAB that all Archdiocesan elementary and high schools will be closed from Monday March 16 through May 4. This end date will be reassessed as time goes on.
We will continue to update you on these matters and will always put the safety of our students first. We thank you for your patience, understanding, and trust as we make our way through this current situation.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Scholarship in action at The Saints Academy!
For the 2018-19 school year, The Saints Academy was one of the top 5 schools in the Archdiocese of Boston for achievement and improvement on NWEA's MAP Growth exams in reading, language usage, and mathematics.
Congratulations to the 2019 Scholarship Recipients!
We recently honored many students in grades five through seven with scholarships and a book award.
- The Sandy Moloney Scholarship ~ Annie Swanson
- Saint Julie Billiart Scholarship ~ Mia Iannotti
- Sister Grace Kenning Scholarship ~ Lucie Pelletier
- SA Mission Scholarship ~ Colin Conway
- The Connolly Sargent Science Scholarship ~ Kieran Corcoran
- The Connolly Sargent English Scholarship ~ Bridget Booth
- The Claire Lyons Scholarship ~ Cayla Baroud and Andrew McKenzie
- The Bishop Fenwick Book Award ~ Elizabeth Swanson
Every year, Paul Effman Music Directors, select their top band students from each of the schools they serve to come together for a unique and very enriching musical experience. Congratulations to our students who were selected to participate in Honor Band this year! Students are pictured with Mr. Woodard, Director of The Saints Academy Band.
Baking for Good!
Grades 4 and 5 participated in the King Arthur Flour Bake for Good program this past week. A baker from King Arthur taught the students how to make bread from scratch. Students used math, science, reading and baking skills to bake delicious bread! Students were given the ingredients and asked to bake over the weekend. Each student made one loaf of bread to bring back into school to be donated and they got to keep a loaf to share with their family! 36 loaves of bread were donated to Haven from Hunger! Great work grades 4 & 5!
Twenty-eight students from the 6th and 7th grade, volunteered to participate in an international STEM contest sponsored by Science Buddies and Fluor Corporation. Working with limited materials their imaginations, and a great deal of enthusiasm, these students successfully engineered a volley ball machine that repeatedly volleyed a ping pong ball over a net. Congratulations for a job well done!
School Tours every Tuesday when school is in session! Limited space available in Pre-K through Grade 8.
9AM - 11AM
HOW TO APPLY TO A CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Each high school will have its own application process, which is now an
online application available on their respective websites. Much of what
we have to do, from the Middle School side of things, has been removed
from the process. You will apply online and then you will be asked for the
names and email addresses of the teachers for recommendations from the
subject matter teachers.