Educating Servant Leaders - in Body, Spirit and Mind

Benilde-St. Margaret's School is a premier Catholic,
college-preparatory school. Located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota,
we educate students in grades 7-12.

BSM offers a challenging curriculum and a uniquely caring experience that includes faith formation, academic rigor, social responsibility and extensive extracurricular activities. Students have the opportunity to build a strong foundation for a successful future. BSM thrives in the traditions of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the Christian Brothers and the Benedictines who have all shared in our history and developed our institutional character.

Seborn Yancy '03
Assistant Principal & Alumnus
"BSM gave me the confidence & preparation to be successful at the post-secondary level and beyond. In addition, the purposeful integration of faith & learning helped me build a strong foundation in my own spirituality."
Jane McDonald Black
Current & Past Parent
"My children haven't just learned from books. Engineering has taught them to collaborate, English has taught them to think critically, math has taught them to solve, and theology has taught them to care about the world."
Claire Shea '05
Junior High Principal & Alumna
"The BSM Junior High captures students at a pivotal time in their lives, and we’re able to guide them through an experience that is character-building, faith-driven and focused on shaping the entire person."
Mark Scherer '86
Current Parent & Alumnus
"Students at BSM are going to be successful in life, and they're going to give back to the community. It's that little extra something they pick up at Benilde-St. Margaret's that propels them to greatness."
Josie Ross '17
"The faculty and staff help make BSM a home for everyone. They help students learn and grow both spiritually and academically, allowing Red Knights to succeed in whatever it is they want to pursue."
Theo P. '21
Current Student
"It's really cool to come to a middle school that's connected to a high school. You can get comfortable with the school and all of your teachers so that by the time you're in high school, your experience is that much better."
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