Education is one of the most important ways by which the Catholic Church fulfills its commitment to the dignity of the person and the building of community.

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Our primary academic objectives are student progress and achievement. We believe that it is important to be fair by applying a grading system, yet we recognize that individual differences do exist. Every child is encouraged and expected to do his or her best.

To provide for the basis of instruction, St. Michael School follows the graded courses of study  in all subjects as written by the Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools and approved by the Ohio Department of Education. The primary texts used for any course are selected by the faculty from a list that has been approved by the Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools.