Dominican Sisters of Mary

Students succeed at St. Michael School because of the strong academic and moral emphasis provided by our dedicated teachers, the witness and sacramental support of our parish priests, the presence and leadership of the Dominican Sisters and the virtue curriculum the school has adopted.  The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist were invited to the Diocese of Columbus by the Most Reverend Frederick F. Campbell in 2011. 

Serving the St. Michael School community in the principal position and as teachers, the Sisters are continuing the Dominican tradition in Catholic education which goes back to the earliest days of the Catholic Church’s presence in Ohio.  While Dominican Sisters have served in the Diocese of Columbus since 1830, the Dominican Sisters of Mary are a new community of religious that began in 1997 which has quickly grown to welcome women dedicated to the education and formation of young people.   Learn more about this new community and their commitment to Catholic education here: More Information


St. Michael’s school has empowered our children with confidence in not just their academic abilities, but more importantly in their ability to bring their Faith into everything they do. The amazing group of clergy, religious, and educators that has been brought together in this school is unlike anything else we have experienced, and the examples of how to live the Faith every day that our children get to witness is priceless. In addition to great academics, being part of the St. Michael family exposes our children to activities such as altar serving, choir, the school band, student government, and diocesan sports that are all designed to give them an opportunity to share their God given talents in a caring and supportive environment

Chris and Emily, proud parents of 4 St. Michael students and 1 St. Michael graduate.