St. Michael Community School


St. Michael Community School is the result of the amalgamation of St. Michael K to 5 Community School and Msgr. Boucher Junior High School. St. Michael K to 5 Community School first opened in 1953, serving students from kindergarten to grade six. Msgr. Boucher Junior High originally began in 1960, as Our Lady of Providence Institute, operated by the Sisters of Providence. It was later renamed Msgr. Boucher Junior High when it was taken over by Prince Albert Separate School Division No. 6. St. Michael is currently designated a community school and, in conjunction with community members and agencies, focuses on the meeting the diverse needs of its students.


School Administration

Jeannette Serfas - Principal

Darren McDougall - Vice-Principal


Principal's Message

At St. Michael Catholic Community School we seek to promote academic excellence in a community of faith where the needs of the students are met in a safe and caring Catholic environment.  We are a partnership where home, school, community and Church come together to nurture and teach our children to become caring, responsible, lifelong learners. 

Our dedicated school staff works extremely hard to provide challenging and meaningful experiences for our students.  We encourage our students to develop their unique and special God-given talents.

I look forward to serving you as the principal of St. Michael Catholic Community School and to a fantastic year.  On behalf of the staff, I wish each and every one of you a successful and enjoyable year at St. Michael Catholic Community School.

God bless,

Jeannette Serfas, Principal



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