Registration Open for Junior Board Bowling Bash on October 26th.

Come out and Join Us Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 1pm -4pm Entry: $25/adults $15/kids(under 12 years old) $15/non-bowlers (under 3 years old are free) (includes shoes, 2 games, plenty of pizza/wings!) Reserve your lane by purchasing tickets PRESALE by completing the registration form, below.  Please specify the names of the bowlers in your group. (This … Continued

St. Monica Campus Seeks Teacher Assistant

Our school year is underway and brings with it an opportunity to join the NativityMiguel family as a Teaching Assistant at our St. Monica Campus for girls. We are looking for someone with the background and experience to meet the unique needs of our students, who takes directions well, can relate to our students in … Continued

NativityMiguel Invites You to Celebrate Sr. Timothy & Sr. Noreen on September 15

Dear Friends of NativityMiguel and the Oblate Sisters of Providence: I am writing to invite you to join us at St. Martin de Porres Church on Sunday, September 15, 2019 to celebrate and honor two very special women, Sister Timothy Howard, OSP and Sister Noreen Smith, OSP, as they begin their new adventure in Baltimore, Maryland, the … Continued

We’re Hiring!

NativityMiguel is looking for thoughtful, kind, hardworking and passionate candidates to apply for an AmeriCorps Family Financial Wellness Coach position. This position will become a part of the fabric of our school by participating in its everyday operations and special projects. Learn more and apply here. Additional job postings are available on our Employment Opportunities … Continued

Now Enrolling!

Did you know that 100% of our students receive one-on-one attention from teachers and volunteers during their time at NativityMiguel to ensure their academic success? This helps our graduates as they go on to have a successful high school career at the top private and public high schools in the area. Click Here to Learn … Continued

Doug Knorr Introduces NativityMiguel Students to the Thrill of Science

Doug Knorr has been enriching the lives of NativityMiguel students as a volunteer with the Science Firsthand program for over a decade. Science Firsthand runs weekly during the school year on the St. Monica’s Campus. Through Science Firsthand, Doug—who has a degree in teaching, although he never pursued it as a career—gives students the time … Continued