STMA High School

Dr. James Behle - Superintendent

Bob Driver - Principal
Steve Scherber - Assistant Principal
Jolene Herfel - Assistant Principal

5800 Jamison Avenue NE, St. Michael, MN 55376
Phone: (763) 497-2192 Fax: (763) 497-6590

School News

Trimester III Finals

Posted on: May 29, 2015

Day One: June 2nd
8:30 - 8:35 Homeroom
8:41 – 9:29 First Period 48 Minutes
9:35 – 11:03 Second Period 88 Minutes
11:09 – 12:47 Third Period 68 Minutes - Current Lunch Schedule
12:53 – 2:26 Fourth Period 93 Minutes (Five minute broadcast)
2:32 – 3:20 Fifth Period 48 Minutes

Day Two: June 3rd
8:30 – 8:35 Homeroom
8:41 – 10:09 First Period 88 Minutes
10:15 – 10:53 Second Period 38 Minutes
10:59 – 12:57 Third Period 88 Minutes
Lunch Schedule: 10:59 – 11:29
A Lunch 11:29 – 11:59
B Lunch 12:27 – 12:57
C Lunch 1:03 – 1:46
Fourth Period 43 Minutes (Five minute broadcast)
1:52 – 3:20 Fifth Period 88 Minutes

Academic Awards Ceremony

Posted on: May 21, 2015

The 22nd Annual Academic and Leadership Awards Ceremony was held on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at 7:00 PM in the Performing Arts Center. The keynote speaker was the former STMA Social Studies teacher, Mr. David Salzer, currently teaching at Thomas Edison High School.

National Level Award Recipients:

Michael Bryant - National Scholastic Art & Writing Contest Silver Medal winner
Mackenzie Burke - National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Award in Writing recipient

MSHSL AAA Award Winners:
Luke Eicher
Freya Hanson

STMA Academic Excellence Recipients:
Samantha Metzger
Jake Monseth
Taylor Pehrson
Brynn Rova

STMA Students of the Year:
Marcus Krupke – grade 9
Sophia Madore – grade 10
Brianna Goodchild – grade 11
Madelyn Jesser – grade 12

STMA High School Principal Recognized

Posted on: May 8, 2015

Bob Driver, St. Michael-Albertville High School Principal, has been selected as Central Minnesota Principal of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals.  Mr. Driver has been STMA high school principal for four years, previously serving as assistant principal.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Winona State, a Bachelor of Science degree in education from St. Cloud State University and his Masters of Education from Hamline University.  We congratulate him on this well deserved recognition!

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