Business News Update: St. Anthony Catholic Church and School
Open for summer school June 22 - August 1
St. Anthony Catholic School teaches students preschool through 8th grade in a diverse setting that promotes dignity and respect of all people in the teachings of the Catholic Church and prepares students to be faith-filled individuals, responsible citizens and lifelong learners.
"We have been serving students in the community for nearly 100 years and have a unique atmosphere where each student is known by name and by need," said Katie Marreel, Director of Development. "Our amazing staff, principal and pastor work together to develop the whole person, providing personalized learning in a small classroom environment."
In addition to a strong curriculum in Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Religion, students are taught Spanish, Music, Art and PE in every grade. During the school year, students participate in theater, drama productions, field trips, outdoor school, science fair, cultural world fair, and middle school class trips.
Though the campus is substantial, class sizes are small where safety and distancing can easily be managed. Every classroom and student are under the guidance of principal Andrew Nichols and pastor Fr. John Henderson who are both passionate about educating students.
"At St. Anthony, we teach to the whole child. Our students are taught a rigorous academic curriculum that prepares them for success in high school and beyond. In recent years, 100% of our graduates have been accepted to private high school. More than 70% of our students score higher than the national average in math and reading standardized tests," Marreel said.
St. Anthony's Church and School
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