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Our Mission

Saint Anne Parish School, in partnership with home, church, and community, is dedicated to the formation and education of each child in spirit, mind, and body.  We strive to “teach as Jesus did” as we proclaim the gospel, build community, and serve others.  Our school community is rich in Catholic values and academic excellence, empowering our students to discover their God-given gifts and to use them as leaders of the Church and society.
 
 

at a glance

  • 2 Time Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
  • 20+ Co-Curricular Activities
  • 1:1 Chromebook Devices K-8th
  • Over half of Faculty hold Advanced or Secondary Degrees

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Teaching Our Students the Value of Getting Started

Teaching Our Students the Value of Getting Started

Sometimes starting a task is more difficult than the task itself. For students at the beginning of their academic careers, learning the value of getting started and making good habits that avoid procrastination is crucial for lifelong success.
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eLearning Day 2/16/21

Due to the inclement weather, & for the safety of all, Saint Anne Parish School will eLearn tomorrow 2/16/21. Please stay safe & warm.
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6 Benefits of a Catholic School Education

If you’re the parent of a school-aged child, it’s likely that education is always on the forefront of your mind. If you’re looking for an educational environment that stresses academic rigor and community involvement, a Catholic school might just be the best option for your little scholars.
E-Learning Day

E-Learning Day 1/26/21

We will be pivoting to an E-Learning Day on 1/26/21 due to the winter storm weather. As a result of this decision, we will not have to add additional days to the school calendar. Stay safe!
Overcoming Academic Burnout

Overcoming Academic Burnout

Most students will, at some point in their academic career, get tired of schoolwork. But when it turns into a chronic condition that effects your child’s well-being and performance, it may be academic burnout – a much more serious form of prolonged stress.

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