Grades: K - 9 | 552 students
St. Anne Catholic School was founded in 1937 as the parish school for St. Anne Catholic Church. Today, St. Anne School continues to fulfill its mission of providing a quality Catholic education rooted in moral religious values and fostered by commitment and service. St. Anne offers the traditional nine years of schooling associated with a Catholic elementary school – pre-kindergarten through eighth grades. Students attend weekly mass in the original church building and participate annually in the May Crowning of Mary. St. Anne strives to be a community with a sense of family. Service projects that take students, parents, and faculty off campus and out into the larger community have become a way of life at St. Anne. Eighth graders help on a regular basis at a local soup kitchen, and fourth and fifth graders sing at a local nursing home once a month. The National Catholic Education Association has twice honored St. Anne with the Parent Partnership award – in 1992, for success of the recycling program, and in 1996, for the Picture Lady Program. St. Anne’s curriculum also includes courses that meet special needs. Advanced math is taught in grades seven and eight for those students who qualify. Students in all grade levels may avail themselves of Kumon Math twice a week after school. A special reading program is also available. A complete program of health and physical education is offered on all levels. Boy’s athletic teams compete in football, basketball, and track. Girl’s teams participate in volleyball, basketball, softball, and track. The soccer team is co-ed and is composed of grades five through eight.