School Ties

School Ties is St. Michaels University School's biannual alumni magazine, highlighting the amazing work being done around the world by our school's alumni.

Saying Goodbye to Our 2018 Retirees

We say farewell to the faculty and staff who retired in 2018 and look back on their time at our school
Ryan Taylor

Ryan Taylor ’11: A Dream Big Profile

Alumnus Ryan Taylor '11 talks about the impact SMUS and financial aid had on his life – and why it inspired him to give back to the school

Gurpreet & Zareen: A Dream Big Profile

Alumni Gurpreet (Pete) Leekha ’89 and Zareen Charania ’96 talk about the impact SMUS and financial aid had on their lives – and why it inspired them to give back to the school

Carrying the Torch for Olympic Values

An opportunity to work with the International Olympic Commission has allowed the Junior School’s Gary Barber to share the spirit of Olympism with children...

SMUS at the Olympic Games

In the 110-year history of our school, many students have treated us to amazing moments on the field, the court, on the stage and...

SMUS Says Goodbye to Our Retiring Teachers

SMUS is saying goodbye to a number of longtime familiar faces this, year as five teachers – with more than 100 years of combined...

2015 Distinguished Alumnus: Michael Code ’67, Real-World Problem Solver

In a classic story of humble beginnings, human potential and hard work, lawyer Sarah Hudson ’00 uncovers the passion that fuels our 2015 Distinguished...

Sui Generis: Steve Nash ’92 Retires From Professional Basketball

This story originally appeared in the Winter 2015/16 edition of School Ties. Click here to read the complete magazine.   by Ian Hyde-Lay On October 20, 2014 I...

SCHOOL TIES: In Their Own Words

In September, 1978, 35 girls made St. Michaels University School history. They walked through the doors to form the first co-ed class.

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