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PRIVATE SCHOOLS SERVING LEELANAU
“St. Mary has provided me with such a wonderful education. You just learn to learn, and once you learn something, you can expand to wherever you want to go.”
— St. Mary senior Lexi Schaub
St. Mary Student Council members collected food for a ‘ThanksOffering’ that was donated to the Leelanau Christian Neighbors’ food pantry. Shown in the front row, from left, are Lexi Schaub, Emily Rice, Nicole Wittman, Jenna Sumner and Brayden Dunham; in the back row are Max Gorcyca, Connor Russell and Annalea Hobbins.
St. Mary School
Pastor: Fr. Bryan Bedlin mkuznicki@stmarysll.org Ext. 100
School Advisory Council: Stephen Tarsa, President Sandra Grant, Vice-President Sam Hearne,Secretary
Jill Butryn, Scribe
Other members are Dr. David Amal tano, Carol Brow, Rick Budinger, Kara Gregory, Amanda Kohler, Gretchen Mork, Cory Schaub and Michael Wiggins.
Serving grades Pre-K-12
307 South St. Mary Street, P.O. Box 340,
Lake Leelanau, MI 49653 General Calls: 256-9636 Development Of ce: 256-9670 Parish Of ce: 256-9676 www.stmarysll.org
Principal:
Megan Glynn
mglynn@stmarysll.org Extension 203 Administrative Assistant:
Geri Valentine
gvalentine@stmarysll.org Ext. 200
Counselor: Donna Allington dallington@stmarysll.org Ext. 211
Athletic Director: Theresa Szur 256-9636 ext. 100 athletics@stmarysll.org
Mission Statement:
St. Mary Catholic School educates preschool through 12th grade students in an environment based on Gospel values. St. Mary School guides students to recognize their God-given potential and develop their talents to become leaders who are committed
to their faith, lifelong learning and service to others.
Path nder School
Serving grades K-8
11930 S. West Bay Shore Drive Traverse City, MI 49684 General Calls: 995-3800
Fax: 995-3850 info@thepath nderschool.org www.thepath nderschool.org
Head of School:
Robert Hansen
rhansen@thepath nd- erschool.org
Mission Statement:
The Path nder School mission is
to ensure each student builds a foundation of intellectual facility and self-assurance through immersion in vigorous learning environments that require creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, initiative, and responsibility.
Leelanau School
Serving grades 9-12 1 Old Homestead Rd., Glen Arbor, MI 49636 info@leelanau.org www.leelanau.org
Head of School:
J.D. Friley
General Calls:
334-5800
Toll Free:
800-533-5262
Academics: 334-5841 Admissions: 334-5824
Arts Center: 334-5850 Athletics: 334-5800 Business Of ce: 334-5896 Observatory: 334-5890
Mission Statement:
The Leelanau School ignites a passion for learning in a boarding school where students thrive by engaging academically and by celebrating everyone’s unique learning styles in a culture of acceptance, leading to successful and meaningful lives in college and beyond.
The Rev. Bryan Medlin spoke to St. Mary students in September 2017 about the 130th anniversary of the school’s founding.
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