News Archive


  • January 29

    Senior Speeches: Hunter Zamzow, Class of 2019

    My family is comprised of influential people who have offered me love, support, wisdom, and humor through my life’s journey. Along the way, they have taught me several life lessons which I will never forget.
  • January 24

    Complacency

    “If you can manage to filter your judgments about whatever situation you are in, through thinking about self-improvement and not through comparison, then you will be able to avoid falling into the stagnancy that comes with being complacent.” 
  • January 21

    The Hub is open!

    On January 11, 2019 - The Hub officially opened. Check out our new video on this amazing space!
  • January 21

    Winter Family Weekend 2019

    Mark your calendar for February 1-3, 2019.
  • January 17

    Altars of Light

    Kirill Nazarov ’20 offered a chapel talk on a poem by Pierre Joris titled “Altars of Light.”
  • January 12

    Naso, Uyi. Well done.

    Uyi Omorogbe ’15 returned to Shattuck-St. Mary’s and the weCreate space that inspired him.
  • January 10

    Senior Speeches: Mattise Bednar ’19

    I thought this story connected well with the prompt, and I would say I did pretty well for winging it. Mr. McKinley shook his head and said, “A cat cannot be brave.”
  • January 10

    Senior Speeches: Eli Ray ’19

    We, as members of the human race, have learned to define ourselves by our differences rather than by what we have in common.
  • December 20

    Senior Speeches: Kūpa’a Fernandez ’19

    The schoolʻs aloha is why I, and I believe many others grow so close to this place. I am not saying this place is like Hawaiʻi, because definitely itʻs not! But I believe Shattuck is just as special as Hawaiʻi.  
  • December 20

    Senior Speeches: Jonus Sabani ’19

    My family and I experience poverty first-hand every year when we travel back to my parents’ homeland of Macedonia. 
  • December 20

    Senior Speeches: Nick Fadlovich ’19

    If I have learned one thing, it is that every experience in your life, good or bad, helps form who you are. 
  • December 20

    Sharing Hope

    The SSM Student Government rallied the School to support Faribault’s HOPE Center.
  • December 20

    SSM Families: The Politoski Family

    “Over the last 12 years, we have built incredible friendships, grieved for those we have lost, and shared in the joy of seeing so many young men and women grow to become incredible adults.”  - Kristi Politoski
  • December 19

    Senior Speeches: Leah Maciejewski, Class of 2019

    Being a good person means that you value people more than yourself. 
  • December 18

    Ant Man

    “Thankfully, there are much smarter people than me out there, and, because of them, I am now able to enjoy the panoply of comic book hero movies, in flight, on my cell phone.” - Matt Cavellier
  • December 6

    Senior Speeches: Maddie Hickey ’19

    We cannot let what we go through define who we are, but instead let it shape us into who we are becoming.
  • December 6

    Senior Speeches: Ben Bian ’19

    My personality and hobbies may sometimes conflict, but ultimately they combine to create my life. Without these counterpoints I am not myself. 
  • December 6

    Senior Speeches: Trevor Prince ’19

    Now in my senior year, I look back on my four years at Shattuck for this speech and I came to the realization that even if I came here for soccer, the things I learned along the way are way more important than playing at the next level. 
  • December 6

    Senior Speeches: Ella Beuning ’19

    This past year, I was lucky enough to go on a medical mission trip to Haiti with my family. During this trip, we worked with IMR, International Medical Relief, to help bring relief and medical treatment to the people of Haiti.
  • December 5

    Harrison Oh ’19 Wins Music Competition

    Harrison Oh ’19 is a cellist in SSM’s Pre-Conservatory Center of Excellence.
  • November 20

    Observing Veterans Day

    Remembering 1912 Shattuck School graduate Walter H. Schulze and his role as the “Peace Messenger” at the end of WW I.
  • November 8

    Senior Speeches: Gabi Tremblay ’19

    Words can’t describe how great of a coach he was. He always knew just what to say. His famous line was “you’re not your golf score.” 
  • November 8

    Senior Speeches: Nate Tipton ’19

    How different would the world be if we treated everyone on the planet as an extension of our own family?
  • November 8

    Senior Speeches: Jason Plude ’19

    The people that we serve are so grateful for the food and supplies that we give them. Mostly though, they are just as happy to have someone to talk to and to have someone ask how they are.
  • November 8

    Senior Speeches: Maddy Fennessy ’19

    No action or event can take the light from your eyes. Only you can give it that power. 
  • November 7

    Senior Speeches: Lukas Spady ’19

    My Paw Paw risked his life and the lives of his family in order to stand up for what he believed in because he truly cared. 
  • November 7

    Senior Speeches: Ally Simpson ’19

    All these individual voices provide the foundation for my unique voice. They serve as reminders for everything I am and everything I aspire to be. 
  • November 5

    Living Together

    Head of School Matt Cavellier reflects
    on Halloween at SSM and the way it symbolizes our shared community.

  • October 31

    SSM Art Invitational

    SSM has been hosting this annual fall event for 14 years.