News Archive

  • September 20

    Senior Speeches: Katie Miller

    “My dog has taught me to greet people warmly, do what makes me happy, remember to rest, be curious, and lift others up. Thanks to her, I’m learning to see this busy, complicated world more through the warm eyes of my dog.”
  • September 20

    ScholarShift Stories: Kayaking the Cannon River

    Students spend their Friday morning experiencing wildlife along the Cannon River.
  • September 18

    Senior Speeches: Ty Cooper

    “Leaving here in nine months is a scary thought, but it’s also time to move on and start a new chapter in my life. Shattuck-St. Mary’s has been my home away from home for the past three years, and I will never really leave it behind.”
  • September 15

    Learning From an Expert

    Retired orthopedic surgeon visits with BioScience Center of Excellence students.
  • September 15

    Senior Speeches: Anna Promersberger

    “Life doesn’t care about plans. Whether we like it or not, the unexpected happens and I need to adjust my mindset to accept that and make the most of what it gives me. Of course, we all prefer the happy surprises in life, but often it’s the unexpected challenges that teach you the most.”
  • September 15

    Senior Speeches: Logan Sullivan

    “The lessons my grandfather taught me will stick with me forever. I couldn’t be more proud to call him my grandpa. Hunter, I know that you have some unfinished business in Kona, so I am going to do everything in my power to finish that race for you at some point in my life. After all, your rookie year was when you were 56, so I have time.”
  • September 14

    BioScience Students Tackle Bioethics with Leading Scientist

    Program students Skype with Dr. Jerome Singh on the ethical issues of genetic manipulation ahead of his keynote speech at the University of Minnesota.
  • September 12

    Senior Speeches: Alexandra Skinner

    “If you or anyone you know is struggling with anxiety or any other mental illness, I encourage you to talk about it, do something about it. There is no quick and easy fix, but life can get better. It all begins when you have the courage to ask for help.”
  • September 11

    If Rafters Could Teach

    A master carpenter and a “master” rafter teach Nick Stoneman valuable lessons.
  • September 8

    Senior Speeches: Christian Brune

    “I will always remember the lessons I learned and the friends I made there. Remember, it’s a family here at Shattuck. Even if you didn’t come here in the Middle School, know that this is a special community. We all bring something special to this family, and don’t ever underestimate the importance of a small gesture or a word of encouragement to someone.”
  • September 6

    Shattuck-St. Mary’s Welcomes Former American Boychoir School Members

    A Boys Choir Center of Excellence has been formed.

  • September 5

    BioScience Students Bond at Camp Omega

    BioScience Center of Excellence program members gather and connect at student camp retreat.
  • September 5

    Senior Speeches: Nancy Jia

    “All the tears and all the laughter of my time here are deeply rooted in my memory. I appreciate everyone who has come into in my life; teachers, mentors, friends, and even the people who don’t like me so much. You have all helped me to take a chance on being myself.”
  • September 4

    Senior Speeches: Jack Hickey

    “If I could leave you all with one message, it would be this: appreciate people’s differences and explore other cultures. Don’t judge someone just because they are different than you. If you are open-minded enough to learn about others, you will better understand the world and your place in it.”
  • September 1

    Senior Speeches: Amanda Cooper

    “So, if like me, your career dreams are not typical, you have a choice to make. You can do what others expect, get your degree in something that guarantees work, have a job right out of college, work your shifts and only dream of what could have been. Or, you can do something else.”
  • September 1

    Senior Speeches: Tony Huerta-Apanco

    “If there is a lesson in my story, it is not to let fear control your life. Surround yourself with good people. Stand up for what you believe in. Remember where you come from and never be ashamed of your roots.”
  • August 31

    Summer Student Adventures

    Read more about how SSM students spent their summer months.
  • August 27

    SSM’s 8th Annual Hands Across Faribault

    On Sunday, August 27, before the first day of classes, the SSM community spent time beautifying Faribault and the SSM campus.
  • August 25

    Opening Chapel and Human Arch Highlight Start of 2017-18 Year

    Excitement, anticipation, and beautiful weather mark the beginning of the 2017-18 school year.
  • August 24

    How I spent my summer...

    The summer of 2017 is nearly a wrap. We want to share a few favorite memories from our faculty and staff.
  • August 24

    New Faces on Campus

    Each new school year brings new faces and in some cases new assignments for familiar faces. Here’s a quick preview to our 2017-18 academic year.
  • July 21

    SSM Recognizes Legendary Hockey Leaders

    Athletic Facilities and Areas Will Be Named in Their Honor
  • July 21

    Imagineering in weCreate

    Students fuse science and creativity during day of activity in weCreate.
  • July 14

    Preparing to Launch at SSM’s Catapult Camp

    Participating students test and build catapults during summer camp activity.
  • July 11

    Lessons from a Manhole Cover

    Nick Stoneman’s connection to manhole covers has been quite a journey!
  • June 30

    Movie Camp Blends Technology with Storytelling

    Students use technology to craft digital stories during Movie Camp.
  • June 29

    An Amazing Race

    Alexis Crossley ’12 and her father embark on the Trans Am Bike Race, a 4,300-mile cross country journey.
  • June 26

    Musicians Shine During Final Chamber Gala Performance

    The students of Bravo! at Shattuck-St. Mary’s and the Collaborative Piano Institute showcase their skills during Gala finale.
  • June 13

    A weCreate Success Story: Catching Up With Gabrielle Garbe ’13

    Currently working as a creative intern in New York City, Garbe reflects on her time at SSM and looks ahead to a bright career in the industry.
  • June 6

    Reunion 2017

    Alumni reconnect at Reunion 2017.