Upcoming Dates

Friday, February 11th – No Classes, Faculty Professional Development, Inservice Day

Monday, February 14th – No Classes, Faculty Professional Development, Inservice Day

Wednesday, February 16th – Class of 2026 Academic Orientation Night (6:00 to 8:00 p.m.) This event is for all current 8th graders who will be enrolling as high school Ledgers in Fall 2022. 

Saturday, February 19th – Sadie Hawkins Dance (8:00 to 11:00 p.m.)

Monday, February 21st – Mid-Quarter 3 Progress Reports (eligibility review) 

Wednesday, February 23rd – Internet Safety Presentation (6:00 to 8:00 p.m.) Parents ONLY.

Auditions For The Highschool Musical "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" - Auditions held on February 10th

Auditions for the high school musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” will be held on Thursday, February 10th after school in the middle school choir room. 


Please sign up for a time in the office (preferably with a partner), and fill out an audition form to bring to your audition.


You will need to prepare a portion of a vocal song from a musical (any song is fine, but from a musical is best), and take a scene from the office to work on with your partner. Memorization is not needed.


Tech positions are also available on a first come, first serve basis. Please fill out a form and leave in the office by Thursday, February 10th.

Last Chance to Order a Singing Telegram - Last Day to Order is February 11th

Tired of flowers and chocolate?! This Valentine’s Day (February 14th), St. Mary’s Springs Academy’s Music Department, will offer a fun way to show your loved ones how much you appreciate them.


Music students will visit your loved ones at work, a restaurant, or their home, and serenade them in song. This personalized telegram will include students dressed in formal attire, singing two love songs, in a lovely three-part harmony and will present them with a handmade card & a rose. 


Your payment of $35 must be received by February 11th, 2022.  

Click here, to order your singing telegram today!

Senior Night/Faculty and Staff Night at the Girls’ Basketball Game - February 15th

Join us during the girls’ basketball game, Tuesday February 15th vs. Omro in Hutter Gymnasium and celebrate our seniors, Braylee Freund ‘22 and Isabelle Coon ’22.  The junior varsity team plays at 5:50 p.m. with the varsity following at 7:15 p.m.


We will also honor all faculty and staff members of St. Mary’s Springs Academy.  At halftime of the Varsity game, all faculty and staff members will be asked to stand to be recognized for everything they do to make SMSA a great place. Please join us for a great night of basketball and school spirit. We hope to see you in the gym.

World Language Movie Night - February 17th

The High School World Language Club is hosting a movie night for any interested students from grades 6-12. It will take place on Thursday, February 17th at 4:00 p.m. in the MPR. The movie will be Monsters, Inc. Snacks and water will be provided.

2022 Sadies Dance Information - February 19th

The Sophomore class is hosting the annual Sadies dance on Saturday, February 19th from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m, the theme is “Sweet Day”. Tickets are $10 per person in advance and $12 per person at the door. 


Tickets will be sold during lunch the weeks of February 7th and 15th. Guests are allowed with approved permission slips from administration, which can be picked up from Mrs. Amerling before or after school.

Ledgerfest 2022 - March 19th

We need your help to ensure this year’s event is a huge success. Here’s how:

  • Register to attend the event and/or become a sponsor by clicking here.
  • Make a donation toward your child’s class auction package by clicking here.  Thank you to those that have already donated!
  • Make a personal, business or group donation to our live or silent auction by clicking here. Donations can be dropped off at SMSA during school hours.

• Sign up to volunteer at Ledgerfest by clicking here.

News and Information

Ledgerfest Parent Donations 

Planning has begun for our annual Ledgerfest fundraising event.   Last year we collected money from our High School families and put together some amazing auction baskets, which went over very well during our online Ledgerfest auction. We will be creating these types of baskets again this year.  Chris Gilles is the point person this year for the High School themed basket.  These baskets will be a part of the silent auction at Ledgerfest on March 19th.


Just like last year, you can use this link, Click here to donate online. Once you enter a donation amount and click next, please fill in your child’s name and grade level (if you are donating for more than one child, please list each name and grade level along with the amount for each child).


If you prefer, you may still send cash or check (payable to Andrea Nuss) in an envelope marked: HS Ledgerfest/Kristin Zitlow. Please also indicate your child’s grade level on the envelope.


All contributions are due by Tuesday, February 22, 2022.  Thank you so much to all who have already donated towards the classroom baskets!


If you have any questions, please contact Chris, or 920-322-8059.


Thank you so much for your support in helping make this fundraiser a success!

School Safety

As always, if you or your child become aware of a potentially dangerous situation that may threaten campus safety, we urge you to contact the Fond du Lac Police Department.  To report life threatening urgent matters, please dial 9-1-1.  To report concerns that may not be urgent, please call 920-322-3700.  You  may also call the high school main office at 920-322-8062. 

Speak Up Speak Out School Fact Sheet_final.pdf  Created by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of School Safety (OSS), the Speak Up, Speak Out Resource Center (SUSO) is a comprehensive, one-stop place to turn with important concerns currently offering: threat assessment consultation, critical incident response, and general school safety guidance. Please click the link above for the SUSO flyer or visit the SUSO website for additional information on these three services as well as resources on school safety best practices.

Ledger Learning Guide

SMSA Ledger Learning Guides Home Page 2021-2022 School Year

Parents are invited to reference the Ledger Learning Guide each week.  Teachers are updating their course expectations  each week, identifying learning targets and referencing relevant standards.  

High School Counseling

News and Information

Reminder ALL Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors students need to schedule a meeting with a counselor to go over Class Registration for 2022-2023.


Freshmen and Sophomores will be meeting with Mrs. McCarthy, have your student use this link to schedule a meeting:


Juniors will be meeting with Mr. Stamatakos, have your student use this link to schedule a meeting:


Students will need to bring their Class Registration Worksheet to the meeting with them, and then at the end of that meeting we will collect the signed worksheet.


Please let us know if you have any questions about registration,

Mr. Stamatakos & Mrs. McCarthy

Upcoming Dates

Practice ACT Test at SMSA – Deadline February 25th

SMSA is proud to announce that we’re partnering with Revolution Test Prep to offer current SMSA juniors an opportunity to take a practice ACT on Saturday, March 5th. This practice test will be offered live in a setting that simulates the test day environment. Students will be able to receive their scores on the practice exam immediately following the test!


Participation in this practice test is optional and available at no cost. There is also no commitment to use any of Revolution Test Prep’s services, though RTP does offer a robust array of academic support resources for high school students, including ACT prep courses.


Please find instructions to register for the practice test here


The deadline to register for the practice test is Friday, February 25th.


Please email Mr. Stamatakos ( with any questions.

Career Exploration

None at this time.

Job Opportunities

Camp Y-Koda Is Hiring For Summer 2022

Click here to view their flyer.

Scholarship Opportunities

University of Wisconsin-Madison Badger Precollege

Applications for Badger Summer Scholars and the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badger Precollege are now open.


Badger Summer Scholars is a two-week program in which students attend a college-level seminar in a topic of their choice, taught by UW-Madison instructors. Students also participate in the Jump Forward series, a workshop series on how to prepare for college, including topics on the admissions process, navigating college, career exploration and more.


The Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) engages talented students from across Wisconsin, the nation and the world in an intense, research-focused, three-week summer program. Designed to push students to the next academic level in an intimate learning environment, students in ALP enroll in a single course for an in-depth experience, with numerous opportunities to connect with instructors, build community and engage with peers.


Click here for the flyer

Click here for more information

College/University SMSA visits

None at this time.

College/University Virtual Visits

None at this time.