Here is just a small sampling of some of the after school activities we have to offer.

2018 New England CYO Boys Junior Varsity School Championship!

St. Mary School in Milford won the 2018 New England CYO Boys Junior Varsity School Championship! This year's regional tournament was hosted by the Archdiocese of Hartford's Office of Education, Evangelization and Catechesis, as guided under the direction of the Archdiocesan Interscholastic Athletic Conference (AIAC), with 50+ teams competing over the weekend in gymnasiums across Waterbury.  With wins against schools from the Boston Diocese, Bridgeport Diocese and Manchester New Hampshire, the boys clinched the title on April 8th at Kennedy High School.  Coached by Carl DeProfio and Eric Swanson, this is the first time in school's 57 year history that this title has been won.  

Team: Bryant, DeProfio, Fisher, Forget, Gerrity, Gregory, Harry, Joksovic, , Kron, Lula, Rainey, Roney, Savo, Swanson, Swanson, Swanson and Tkacs

Coach: DeProfio, Swanson

  • Basketball Learning League (Grades 1-2)

  • Basketball (Grades 3-8)

  • Cheerleading (Grades 5-8)

  • Intra-mural Sports for K-2 (such as FUN Sportz, a 6 week program offered 2x a year)

  • Soccer (Preschool-Kindergarten)

  • Co-ed Volleyball (Grades 6-8)



Cub Scout
Bill Lugo

Boy Scouts
Charlie Richardson

Sea Scouts
Bob Scukas

Saint Mary School has three boy scouting units offering a variety of programs for our youth.

CUB SCOUTS - The Cub Scout program is open to any boy who is seven years old or in first grade through ten years old.

BOY SCOUTS - Boy Scouts is open to boys who are 11 years old or who are ten years-old and earned the Cub Scout “Arrow of Light Award”. 

SEA SCOUTS - The Sea Scouts program is a unique division of Boys Scouts that focuses on boating. We offer sailing on a 30-Foot sailboat. The program also teaches boating safety. The Sea Scouts is a co-educational program open to Boys and Girls who are at least 14 years-old.


Date: November 4, 2017

Time: 8am - 2pm

Location: School Gym

By donating reusable items to our tag sale, these items will be recycled and used by other families while raising money to support the Boy Scouts in our parish community.  

If you have any donations, please drop them at SMS gym on Wednesday evenings from 7- 8:30pm (10/4 - 11/1).

We eagerly seek:  antiques, collectibles, foreign currency (NEW THIS YEAR!) jewelry, instruments, paintings, pictures, cell phones, CDs, DVDs, records, housewares, lamps & linens, dishes & decorative items, books, games & toys, sporting goods, trikes & scooters, holiday items, and knick knacks.  Tables are also available for rent at $30, please contact Gisela at (203) 809-8976 if you have any questions.


Grace Joseph
p: 203-631-1111

The St. Mary Girl Scouts are part of Girl Scouts of Connecticut and the Milford Service Unit in Milford.

We have:
Kindergarten & Grade 1: Daisies
Grade 2 & 3: Brownies
Grade 4 & 5: Juniors
Grade 6 & 7: Cadettes

Individual troop meetings vary from weekly to monthly. There are events for SMS Girl Scouts during throughout the school year.

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 Sep 14

Oct 5 & 19

Nov 2, 9, 16 & 30

Dec 7, 14 & 21

TIME: Dismissal till 3:45pm


CONTACT: Coach Rob Holtorff

The Chess Club will meet (most) full and half day Fridays (2:35-3:45 on full days and 12:45-1:45 on half days).

We will be starting this Friday Sept. 14th. Cost is $25 for 10 sessions. Look for the signup form attached to this email.

Chess Club will meet in Mr. Carey’s classroom, Room #17, immediately after school.

Note: No Chess Club on Sep 28 & Oct 12 & 26.

See you there! Coach Rob Holtorff


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St. Mary School has 2 opportunities for students to be apart of theatrical performances.

St. Mary Drama Club, led by Lisa Lelas, begins in January and meets Monday afternons until May.  Two final on-stage productions are held on the Monday before Memorial Day.  Sign up notices going out in December to all students in grades 4-8. 

SMS Broadway Stars, led by Pantochino Productions, is a Fall club with performances before Christmas break.  This is open to all students in grades 4-8.  This year the Musical Production will be Little Red Ridin’ Boots.


School Office

This program, administered throughout the Archdiocese of Hartford by FUTURE MUSICIANS, INC. (FMI), allows students in grades 4-8 the opportunity to receive a group lesson once per week in any of the brass, woodwind or percussion instruments. The scheduling of these lessons is rotated each week so a student never misses the same class more than one time per month.

Students who register become part of either the BEGINNING BAND (which practices once per week during school hours) or ADVANCED BAND (which practices once per week after school). Besides our school bands, the bands of local Catholic schools are often combined and more advanced students are afforded the opportunity to perform with regional and statewide “All Star” bands.

The fee and registration for this program is administered through FMI. Interested parents will be invited to a special informational evening meeting early in the year.


Robotics is open to students in grades 2-8!

If you would like to join the Wonder Workshop Robotics competition with Dash and Dot that will meet on Tuesdays! More information about this will come after October 11th when the official contest rules are released. If interested please email me so I can get an idea of numbers. The Dash and Dot competition is for grades 2-7.

This year there is a special contest using the new CUE robot, you need to be in eight grade (or have special permission) for this special CUE contest.

This year I will also be running shorter sessions. These sessions are designed to use the Dash and Dot robots in a fun way. We will be completing challenges with friends and learning basic coding concepts. These will run on Mondays and Thursdays, the content is the same on both days.

The Book club is open to grades 4-6 and runs Mondays from dismissal until 4pm. We're reading 4 awesome novels this semester!

  1. Pay It Forward (Young Reader's Edition)

  2. Wonder

  3. Out of My Mind

  4. Fish In a Tree

During book club, we'll read and discuss the books, as well as participate in some STEM-based activities with each novel. With registration, each student receives a copy of each novel.

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Registration Form

Jason Kirck
(203) 980-8706

Fun Sportz America is an after-school program filled with a variety of different sports. We offer children the chance to be athletic while encouraging sportsmanship, friendly competition, team work and listenning skills.

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Registration Form

Mrs. Birge

All Grades Welcome!

Days: Tuesdays
Duration: 4 weeks - 2:45 (dismissal) until 4:15

Oct. 3 - Bundled Q-Tip Autumn Tree
Oct. 10 - “Happy Fall” Door Hanger
Oct. 17 - Friendly Frankenstein
Oct. 24 - Thanksgiving Project

Location: Session to be held in Grade 3 ~ Room 8

Classes taught by: Mrs. Birge & Mrs. Creatore

To register, please return bottom portion of the registration form with $50 payment to school office in an envelope marked “Craft Session.” Checks can be made payable to: CASH.


Registration Form

Ms. Nolan

Do you love to read? Do you love to do science experiments? Do you love art? Then Storybook STEAM club is the place for you!!

Storybook STEAM club is open to all students in grades 1, 2, and 3. We will read a different book each week, and participate in some slimy, spooky, and fun STEAM (Science, technology, engineering, arts, math) activities to go with each one!

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