News Archive


  • September 13

    Senior Speeches: Ricquie Chen ’19

    I believe all of you have something you can learn from a hobby, an interest, a sport… bring what you have learned to your life. Every fall means something. You stood up, you learned, and you kept on going. 
  • September 13

    Senior Speeches: Sydney Breza ’19

    I have spent countless hours on the “how, why, what and what if” that surrounds this particular tragedy, but today as I am standing here, I believe that experiencing this life-changing event the way that I have has ultimately made me a better person, friend, student, sister, daughter, and even acquaintance.
  • September 13

    Senior Speeches: Darius Bell ’19

    I missed the days that we were the twins everyone thought of as the same person, right down to our names. I still do miss those times, but I now value the lessons that being away from him taught me. 
  • September 12

    Best Practices for Protecting Children

    Francey Hakes was back at SSM to work with both the school community and educators from the Faribault area on how to best keep students safe.
  • September 7

    Senior Speeches: Currie Putrah ’19

    This may be my most valued learning from my time here at SSM - that life is not just about the “what” and what we may achieve, but it is equally about the “how” and how we get those things done. 
  • September 6

    Senior Speeches: Yingche “Kevin” Liu ’19

    I don’t know what my future will be and which college I will finally end up at, but at least I know I already have walked this far step by step with no qualms upon my heart. 
  • September 6

    Senior Speeches: Maggi Quigg ’19

    There’s only one of each of us, so don’t rob the world of who you are because you stay in your box. Step out, notice the life around you, and shine a light so bright, it makes the stars envious.
  • September 6

    Senior Speeches: Quin Frazier ’19

    I am telling you this story because I have come to the realization that Julian was a blessing to me, all be it too short, and that I will cherish him and miss him for the rest of my life.
  • August 27

    Welcome to SSM!

    Meet new members of our faculty and staff.
  • August 22

    How I Spent My Summer 2018

    Members of the SSM community share some of their favorite summer memories.
  • August 16

    Shifting Vantage Points. Welcoming New Perspectives.

    SSM President, Nick Stoneman, offers his thoughts on welcoming new perspectives.
  • June 28

    SSM to Host Educational Consultants

    We are excited to announce a special two-day campus visit just for educational consultants. There is no better way for an educational consultant to understand a school than to spend time on campus. SSM is offering a limited group of consultants the opportunity to drill down and take a closer look at what makes SSM such a unique School.
  • June 28

    Singing and Connecting

    Dione Peterson’s Beau Chant ensemble connects the SSM community in Washington, D.C.
  • June 20

    Contributing through Challenge, Part Three

    During the 2018 Commencement Dinner on May 24, SSM President, Nick Stoneman offered a reflection to the seniors, family members, trustees, and faculty. Here is the third and final installment of a three-part series that highlights three ways for us to contribute through challenge: challenging society’s norms, challenging injustices, and finally, challenging ourselves.

  • June 14

    Contributing through Challenge, Part Two

    During the 2018 Commencement Dinner on May 24, SSM President, Nick Stoneman offered a reflection to the seniors, family members, trustees, and faculty. Here is the second installment of a three-part series that highlights how we can contribute through challenge – challenging society’s norms, challenging injustices, and finally, challenging ourselves.

  • June 7

    Contributing through Challenge, Part One

    During the 2018 Commencement Dinner on May 24, SSM President, Nick Stoneman offered a reflection to the seniors, family members, trustees, and faculty. Here is the first installment of a three-part series that highlights how we can contribute through challenge – challenging society’s norms, challenging injustices, and finally, challenging ourselves.

  • June 5

    SSM Families: Meet the Moores

    This kind of family atmosphere is what truly makes SSM feel like home in Becky’s eyes and she can’t imagine leaving.
  • June 4

    Senior Speeches: Finn Simmersbach

    I may have left this world for 23 minutes, but something brought me back and made me stay.
  • May 23

    J.P. Parisé Arena is Officially Dedicated

    Remembering and recognizing a hockey leader at SSM
  • May 23

    Senior Speeches: Steven Irick

    I was convinced that there is a particular formula for happiness and if you get it wrong, good luck. 
  • May 23

    Senior Speeches: Bella Fontana

    When I was in kindergarten, my teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I said, “Happy.” 
  • May 23

    Senior Speeches: Isabelle Congdon

    Here are four things I have learned in high school.
  • May 23

    Senior Speeches: Tarek Nour

    During my time at Shattuck, however, my brother has grown into exactly what my mother predicted: my best friend. 
  • May 7

    BioScience Capstone Presentations

    Seniors share their research on a range of topics.
  • May 7

    Saturday Service

    Packing over 4,000 pounds of food while meeting new people
  • April 24

    Senior Speeches: Demitrius Kigeya

    A wish for his younger brother: I want him to someday surpass me and become a hero of his own. 
  • April 24

    Senior Speeches: Akari Shimizu

    And next time you are incapable of plowing through a wall I want to encourage you to look around the wall.
  • April 24

    Senior Speeches: Max Myllyniemi

    The first time I came to this campus, I knew that my life was going to change.
  • April 24

    Senior Speeches: Flora Hu

    I know now to be thankful for my family, even if it looks different from most other people’s families...
  • April 24

    Senior Speeches: Tim Shicky

    My faith is what has driven me and will continue to push me through the rest of my life.