Welcome back St. Anne students, families, and friends!
We hope you all had a wonderful summer. You are now well rested and eager to get cracking to what’s going to be a fun and exciting centennial school year.
Let’s get busy!
Introducing the new St. Anne logo!
In honor of St. Anne’s 100th year, we proudly present our new St. Anne logo. It’s clean, modern, yet simple design honors our deep heritage and leads the way to a bright future ahead.
Designed by Tom Delmundo, a professional graphic designer and dad of a spunky St. Anne student, this logo will serve as the visual identity for all things centennial. We are grateful for Tom volunteering his time and sharing his wonderful creative gifts with us.
May 31, 2019
What a great night! We are very proud of our graduating students at St. Anne School. We will cherish our time together and wish you all success in your future endeavors.
Congratulations to our Class of 2019!
Please enjoy this 2019 Grad Memories video that was shown to our students on graduation day. This was a collaborative effort from you and our students. Thank you to all who have shared photos and videos to make this presentation.
Note: This is not the graduation ceremony, which will be out later this summer. Please check back for updates.
Monte Carlo Night & Silent Auction
Saturday May 4,
6 pm to 10 pm
Funston Avenue • Between Irving Street and Judah Street
(Moriarty Hall doors open at 5:30pm for check-in)
Child care will be available
Click link below for all event details!
Casino Card Games • Silent Auctions • No Host Bar
Music • Catered hors d’oeuvres • Raffle Prizes
Child care will be available
March 17, 2019 –
Wishing you a pot o’ gold,
and all the joy your heart can hold.
Wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous Lunar New Year 2019!
This coming Sunday and the following week will be a very busy and fun time for all students, staff, and families here at St. Anne School. Catholic schools across the United States will be celebrating the outstanding contributions Catholic school graduates have made to our country and the world this coming week as we all celebrate “Catholic Schools’ Week.”
Why have your children go to a Catholic school? Facts can answer that question… High standards, technology enhanced curriculum, balanced academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture, and life, respect of self and others, 99% high school graduation rate and 85% of those students go on to college. These are just a few of the proven statistics supporting a Catholic school education.
I am asking ALL OUR FAMILIES, Catholic AND non-Catholic, to join us this Sunday at our 10:30 Mass to begin our week’s celebration honoring our fabulous teachers, staff, students, and parents…past and present!
Next week each day will have a theme:
Monday: Service Day and students come in free dress on Monday.
Tuesday: Hawaiian Day…students come dressed in Hawaiian attire.
Wednesday: Grandparents’ Day…students come in regular uniform.
Thursday: Pajama Day…that’s right, students come dressed in their pajamas. Family Groups will be meeting and playing a game together.
Friday is a student holiday…Archdiocesan Teacher In-Service Day