St. Anthony Of Padua Catholic School
St. Anthony of Padua provides a learner-centered curriculum that recognizes individual learning styles, maintains high academic standards, and nurtures the development of a life-long love of learning.
Educators are challenged to utilize a variety of methods, promote higher level thinking skills, and engage students actively in learning.
They continually evaluate and update instruction utilizing current educational research and technology to provide an environment that allows each student to achieve his or her highest potential.
Offering classes for PreK3 through 8th grade, it provides a challenging curriculum, foreign language instruction at all grade levels, competitive athletics, fine arts, band, music, theater arts, classroom-based technology, and a before and after school program.
Graduates of SAOPCS meet or exceed academic and extra curricula requirements in highly competitive private and public schools.
- Grades: Prekindergarten-8
- Average class size: 20 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
Blue Ribbon School - Selected in 2012
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State avg.: 40%
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- St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School Seeks to guide our children to holiness through a Christ-Centered education. St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School is an Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston school, accredited with the Accreditation Commission of the Texas Catholic Conference and has been awarded the AdvancED and National Blue Ribbon awards.
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