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MorningDropoffOur school year usually runs from August to May. Monday to Friday, from 7:45 AM to 2:45 PM. Our youngest students in Pre-k 3 have the option of a shorter day that runs from 7:45 AM - 12:30 PM.

Our school offers a free MorningCare ( 7:00 AM - 7:20 AM) program and a paid AfterCare option (3:00 PM - 5:30 PM). 

Class size limit at St. Martha Catholic School are vry important. We make sure that our classes run efficiently and safe for each grade level. These are our standard class size limits: PreK 3: 12 Students •  PreK 4: 20 Students • K - 8th: 30 Students

All our students enjoy one or two 20-minute of recess on the Playground or Field. The younger grades get two recess periods.

In addition to our strong curriculum, we offer a great variety of programs and activities beyond the classroom that enhance our student's life on campus.

Spirit Days

We wear our school colors and show our spirit at least once every month. We coordinate special activities across the school and get to wear our shirts casually or with P.E. bottoms.


KNN Daily Morning Show produced by 8th Graders

Middle School Electives

Held twice per week for students in 6th Grade through 8th Grade. Electives may include: Theater Arts, Journalism & Newsletter, Fashion & Design, Yearbook & Graphic Design, Dance, Martha & Mary’s Mission (Service), Musical, Calligraphy, Strategy Games, Mindfulness, Life Skills, Coding, etc.

Genius Hour

Allows students in 6th Grade - 8th Grade to explore their own passions and encourages creativity in the classroom by providing students a choice in what they learn during a set period of time during school. 


St. Martha Catholic School is a member of the Florida Gulf Coast Athletic Conference and offers competitive sports including basketball, volleyball, soccer, flag football, tennis and golf. These sports are open to students in 6th Grade through 8th Grade.

After School Clubs 

Held once per week for specific grades.  Options may include: Running, Cheerleading, Beading, Strategy Games, Arts & Crafts, Bucket Band, Bible Reading & Stories, Coding, Life Skills, Service, Soccer, Stock Market, etc.

After School Activities 

May include: Choir, Gymnastics, Art on a Cart, Karate, Spring Musical, Soccer, etc. (Some activities require an additional fee)

School Communication

All teachers communicate with parents via email and/or Class Dojo, as well as by phone and Parent/Teacher Conferences as needed. A school-wide email newsletter is sent out each Wednesday to all parents. There is also a school Facebook Page and Twitter, which posts current news, events, and updates. Texts and emails may be sent, via FACTS, for important information or updates.

Parent Requirements 

All families are required to serve 15 Volunteer Hours (per family). In addition, each family is responsible for selling 10 Big Cash Raffle Tickets.  To volunteer in the school, parents must have completed fingerprinting and Safe Environment Training.


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