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St. Anne Catholic School partners with families to create an environment based on our Catholic principles of love, peace, and justice in which all children can grow to their fullest potential as faith-filled, responsible, well-rounded citizens and life-long learners. This is accomplished through active community participation between families, students, and staff, a strong educational foundation, and ongoing faith formation.


St. Anne Catholic School is committed to faith formation, scholarship, leadership and service according to our Catholic values.


School History

St. Anne Catholic School was founded in 1992 by St. Anne Catholic Church parishioners who wanted to offer a strong academic education supported by Christian values and principles for the children of the community. The school began as two classes, one first grade class and one combined second/third grade class, with a total enrollment of 38 students. Each year a new class was added. Several years later a new wing was built adding five classrooms and a library and computer lab. Today, St. Anne Catholic School is a thriving community of 114 students offering educational opportunities for children 3 years of age through 6th grade. St. Anne offers an after-school program for preschool through elementary ages.

St. Anne School’s rigorous curriculum that promotes active learning and critical thinking, along with the teachers who have created a collaborative learning environment, prepared my children to be successful in high school and college.

~ Susan, parent