1329 Fourth Ave.
Trail, B.C., Canada

School Office Hours
8:00–3:30 Mon-Fri

School Hours
8:40–2:55 Mon-Fri
Recess 10:10-10:25
Lunch 12:00–12:15
Lunch Recess 12:15–12:55

  Registration Info
St. Michael's is currently taking registrations


Roman Catholic Diocese of Nelson

  Student Activities
School Clubs
  Sports Teams
St. Michael's offers a variety of intramural team sport opportunities as well as an annual Track & Field Competition and Cross Country Run.
Whether it's Basket Ball, Volley Ball or something in between, St. Michael's has something for every child that will help keep them motivated and moving!

St. Michael's also competes in the Annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition. 
  Awards & Contests
St. Michael's offers an abundance of award opportunities, from academics to sports and leadership. We have found these awards to be powerful positive motivators for our students. Below are just a few of the awards that can be achieved at St. Michael's School.
  The Rainbow Award recognizes students who carry out notable acts of responsibility, care and kindness in the community. Any staff personnel may award a Rainbow award to any student in the school.
  The Certificate of Merit is presented to students in Grades 4 through 7at each report card term for exemplary effort.
  The Principal’s List recognizes students at each reporting term who achieve percentages equivalent to a 3.5 grade point average. Students who are on The Principal’s List for all three reporting terms are then listed on the Honor Roll.
  The beaver Valley Lion’s Club presents a semi-annual “BUG” award to students selected by their teacher for any actions which promote a positive atmosphere in the school. The “BUG” award is a pin with a uniquely hand-crafted stylized insect on it.
  The Kootenay Kids Calendar contest is organized by the Kootenay Savings and Credit Union. The artwork of St Michael’s students has often been chosen for representation in the KSCU calendar.
  Many St Michael’s’ students have also had their essays and/or posters chosen for the Veterans' Week Essay and Poster Contest publication.
  St Michael’s hosts an annual Science Fair. Participants may compete in categories of research, experimentation or innovation. Local winners then compete in the regional Science Fair.
  St Michael’s students also compete in an annual Speech contest held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish. Students choose their topic, practice and present before a panel of guest judges. Winners are awarded trophies.
  Grades Six and Seven students compete in a local Math contest organized by School District 20. This takes palace annually at Rossland Secondary School where students are given a chance to work collaboratively with others to solve math challenges.
  There are also Intramural House Teams at St Michael’s. Points are given to each team based upon participation in fun day events like wearing green on St Patrick’s day, black and orange on Halloween or red on Valentine’s Day.
  Outreach Activities
St. Michael's is proud to teach our students to "serve" others. With this in mind we offer many "outreach" opportunities within our community. Listed below are just a few of those opportunities.

Christmas carolling at various neighbourhood venues, food collections for local organizations, current Inter-generational Project directed by Selkirk College Nurses at Poplar Ridge, school foster child with Chalice, classroom awareness of and contributions to Development and Peace. St. Michael's also contributes to the Holy Childhood Association.
  Field Trips
St. Michael's offers a variety of filed trip opportunities. Some of which include: Intramural Sports, Ski / Board days at
Red Mountain Resort in Rossland BC, Theatrical Performances (This year is Mary Poppins) in Spokane. Our year end graduation Field Trip will be to Blue Lake Outdoor Adventures in Cranbrook BC.

These are just a few of the opportunities open to the Students at St. Michael's