2019

  • Cookies for a Cause: SMES 5th Graders Raise Money for Georgia’s Coastal Environment

    The annual 5th-grade Cookie Company service project raised almost $1,000 dollars for the University of Georgia’s (UGA) Marine Extension Service on Skidaway Island. The proceeds were raised at the annual school-wide cookie sale put on by the 5th-grade class.
  • Avalana Brock Makes SMES Spelling Bee History

    St. Martin’s Episcopal School (SMES) 7th grade student Avalana Brock made SMES history by advancing to Round 3 of the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) Unit Spelling Bee for middle school students held on Feb. 26, 2019 at The Atlanta Academy in Roswell, Ga. Brock was runner-up at the internal SMES Middle School Spelling Bee, and then advanced through two rounds of state-level competition before placing in the top 15 of Round 3.
     
  • St. Martin’s Middle School Students Score Big at Ga. Jr. Thespian Conference

    For the sixth year in a row St. Martin’s Episcopal School (SMES) drama students scored big at the Ga. Jr. Thespian Conference. Three of the troupe’s competition pieces were selected for the final showcase, an honor reserved for the conference’s eight highest scoring entries. The troupe also received six overall Superior scores and two overall Excellent scores, and all 35 SMES students earned the opportunity to compete at the International Thespian Festival this June.
     
  • New Early Childhood Learning Center Opens at St. Martin’s Episcopal School

    After an 18-month building process, St. Martin’s Episcopal School (SMES) opened its new Early Childhood Learning Center on Feb. 19 for a "second first day" of school for students aged two through Kindergarten. The new 21st-century space is double the size of the previous building, with classrooms designed specifically for young children. The building replaces the school's Early Childhood wing that was destroyed by an arson fire on July 4, 2017.

     
  • Basketball Award Winners

    SMES recently held its Winter Sports Assembly where student athletes were recognized for their accomplishments, improvement and work ethic in basketball, swimming and spirit club. Award winners included Stella Jane Eskew, William Parnell, Luke Williams, Logan Kimberl, Judson DiVenere, Archer Love, Harris Eskew, Eloise Smith, Katherine Davis, Gabby Hollier, Reese Butler, Cele Camp, Jack O’Donnell, Wesleigh Harvey, Elizabeth McCall, Erielle Harris, Hayden Humphrey, Bryant Lisenby, Jack Schmitt, Reese Hudson, Handley Greeley, Charlie Duerr, and Nathan Altiery.
     
  • Erielle Harris Elected Ga. Jr. Thespian Officer

    Junior level theatre troupes across Georgia elected Erielle Harris, 7th-grade student at St. Martin’s Episcopal School, as one of four Junior Thespian Student Officers within the Georgia Thespians Society.
  • Spelling Bee Winners

    Congratulations to Middle School Spelling Bee first place winner Adelaide Hanna (6th grade) and runner-up Avalana Brock (7th grade). The two competed for several rounds before Adelaide spelled the winning word “status quo.”
  • A Record Year for the Middle School Geography Bee

    St. Martin’s kicked off the new year with the annual Middle School Geography Bee. Congratulations to first place winner Peter van der Mandele (8th grade), and runners-up Drew Park (6th grade) and Christopher Kartsonas (7th grade).
     

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St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a private day school for students in preschool through grade 8, located in Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere, which fosters lifelong learning.