BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. — St. Margaret Primary School in Buzzards Bay will jump start its 2020 Catholic Schools Week celebration with a new inaugural video showcasing the school, students, and unique learning environment. Serving children from pre-k through grade Four, St. Margaret Primary School is a nurturing educational environment that embraces the Catholic faith and Spiritual development. 

Academically, St. Margaret Primary students engage in frequent individual and group project learning opportunities allowing them to develop the foundation for 21st-century skills.

Based upon these principles, St. Margaret’s promotes “Faith, Family and Fundamentals”. “This new video shares the joy, excitement, and devotion our students have to learning about their faith, the fundamentals of early education, and special programs, too,” said Christopher Keavy, president of the three-campus pre-k to grade 12 school which also includes St. Francis Xavier Preparatory Middle School and St. John Paul II High School in Hyannis. “This video communicates our unique program where students as young as three years old are tinkering with Makerspace technology and learning Spanish.”

Elizabeth Hutchison, principal of St. Margaret Primary, added, “Our students love school and frequently stay after for clubs such as Ocean Exploration, Sign Language, LEGO® club, participate in our well-known theatre productions, or take on-site strings lessons. Families who visit St. Margaret Primary immediately get a sense of family and community, while their children quickly make friends in classes and activities. Everyone is welcomed here.” 

In addition to launching a new video, St. Margaret Primary will include sundaes on Monday, with the Middle School, and pasta with a Priest, as part of their Catholic Schools Week celebration. 

To view the new video, please go to

For more information about St. Margaret Primary School, please call 508-759-2213 or visit