In 1954, with the assistance of the Sisters of Christian Charity, St. Margaret Mary Catholic School began with five lay teachers and three sisters teaching 252 students in kindergarten through 6th grade. A few years later, enrollment increased with the addition of junior high. In 1960, Archbishop Hurley dedicated a new ten classroom building. Later, the building was expanded to include the third floor.
Almost 70 years later, St. Margaret Mary Catholic School boasts a stable enrollment of 500 students, with current technology, and an experienced faculty. We welcome innovation and hold a sincere interest in the individual child. The school operates under the guidance of the Diocese of Orlando with the support of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church.
Along with a supportive administration and pastor, a dedicated school board, and involved parents, St. Margaret Mary Catholic School meets the demands of educating children for success.