I recently graduated from St. Michael's and would have to say my experience was very positive overall. The academics here aren't as broad as those found in larger public schools, but the teachers (nuns, priests, and laypeople) are top notch and having smaller classes is excellent for developing lasting relationships with your classmates and teachers. Tuition is comparatively minimal and our three sports programs, basketball, baseball, and softball, are all headed by well-qualified volunteers who invest lots of time and energy into their teams. The school was founded on Traditional Catholicism and the building is on the historical register as it used to be a prominent Jesuit Seminary. I am very fortunate to have benefited from the rich traditional atmosphere, both in the moral and academic aspects as well as the athletics. I look forward to attending Gonzaga University in the fall.