St. Margaret Catholic School



SMCS Student Information

Middle School Sports

Football (6th – 8th)
Basketball (5th – 8th)
Track (5th – 8th)
Volleyball (7th – 8th)

Athletic Policy

St. Margaret is a Catholic School with a comprehensive Athletic Program. The purpose of the Athletic Program is to provide an opportunity to advance the Gospel mission of Catholic education. The successful integration of the Gospel message into the SMCS Athletic Program will produce individuals who are faith-filled, have respect for others, value human life and are willing to sacrifice for those in need.

Field Trips

Field trips are an extension of the classroom and are allowed for all grades. The field trips vary annually depending on the curriculum and resources that are available. In the event that are students are not able to visit a site we welcome representatives to come and bring the field trips to us!


We strive to host several programs each year. Some programs are grade-level specific, but many of our programs are celebrated school wide.

School Wide Programs
  • Grandparent’s Day Mass & Picnic
  • Trunk or Treat
  • Blessing of Pets
  • All Saints Day Parade
  • Feast of St. Margaret
  • Blessing of Throats
  • Catholic Schools Week
  • Louisiana Day

Pre-Kindergarten3 through Kindergarten:

  • Harvey Rabbit
  • Dental Office presentation on oral hygeine
  • Zoo of Acadiana
  • Hendersen Dinosaur Park
  • Alligator Park
  • Fire safety presentation from the LCFD
  • Elementary Christmas Program
  • 100th Day of School Celebration
  • Kindergarten “Muffins with Mom”
  • Kindergarten “Donuts with Dad”

1st Grade through 5th Grade: 

  • Harvey Rabbit
  • Dental Office presentation on oral hygeine
  • Zoo of Acadiana
  • Elementary Christmas Program
  • 1st Grade Easter Hat Parade
  • 2nd Grade Penance
  • 3rd Grade Pumpkin Decorating Contest
  • 4th Grade Living Rosary
  • 5th Grade D.A.R.E.
  • 5th Grade Social Studies Fair


Middle School
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Student Council (Begins in 5th Grade)
  • Altar Servers  (Begins in 4th Grade)
  • Art Club
  • Spanish Club 
  • JH Sacristans
  • 6th and 8th Grade Science Fair
  • 7th Grade Social Studies Fair
  • 7th Grade D.A.R.E.
Special Services
  • Guidance Counselor
  • S.P.A.R.K. Program
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Calcasieu Parish
  • Assessment Team
  • Title One Mobile Classroom
  • Extended Day Care
Live Differently 
  • Every Friday 11:32-11:55 we will take time to live differently, because “The one who has hope lives differently.”
  • We have hope in Jesus. We have hope in HIS mercy, HIS help, and HIS healing message that our happiness is in serving Him and serving others.
  • In order to accomplish this we have to work together. We need to take time to make our school a place that helps us follow Jesus by encouraging one another and filling all our senses with HIS truth, HIS goodness, and HIS joy. 
  • Jesus’ message [kerygma] = We are made for life with God. We as a human community experience suffering because, as a community, we turned away from that life with Him. But Jesus traced a road to us, and no matter where we are, there is a road back to God with Jesus. We can be forgiven, healed, return to the Divine Family, rejoice in God, and live in eternal love. 
  1. Mary Mercy Team

Maintains the Divine Mercy shrine in the hallway by: writing up Pope’s Intentions & Bishop’s intentions, and brainstorming/displaying ways to live-out the intentions. 

  1. Joy Team

Cultivate Christian gratitude & joy in order to help us live out our spiritual mission, “Nothing great is ever achieved without much enduring.” -St. Catherine of Siena

  1. Kerygma Team

Each month do something along the outdoor promenade to proclaim & display basic, joyful elements of our faith.

  1. Habits & Virtues team 
  1. Each week prepare the “Be Awesome” board for a new group of signatures
  2. Create & maintain our Virtues & Habits board
    1. Write the virtue of the year, month & week: definition, examples of how to live it out, and WHY we WANT to live it out
    2. Write the habit of the month: definition, connection to virtue, WHY/HOW we want to practice this habit
  1. Arts team

Discover edifying, inspiring art that to be displayed monthly in a mini gallery in the JH hallway.

  1. Poetry Team

Discover Catholic & Christian poetry to be displayed monthly in a little poetry corner of our JH hallway.

  1. Recycling Crew

Collect trash around the campus, empty recycling buckets located in each classroom and surrounding the buildings.

  1. Campus Rangers

Beautify and maintain plants, flower pots, bird feeders and fountains throughout the campus.

  1. Pen-pal Team

Write letters to various groups of elementary students encouraging them to do their best and sharing with them as they follow in our (and Jesus’) footsteps!

  1. Intercessions Team

Prepare the intercessions for next Friday’s mass

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