• Educating the Whole Person: St. Ann School provides its students with a holistic education through a curriculumthat encompasses the vision and values of a Christian community.
  • Faith-Filled Learning: We offer experiences and opportunities to grow spiritually, mentally and emotionally in a caring, supportive Catholic environment.
  • Academic Excellence: St. Ann School alumni are consistently represented on the honor roll while attending high school. Technology is integrated into all curricular areas and our state-of-the-art Science Lab is home to the grade-specific FOSS kits.
  • Highest Standards: Our staff works diligently to develop in students the skills and knowledge that are the basis of a strong academic program. We also provide both learning and teaching opportunities through multi-grade interactions and mentoring.
  • Teaching to Learn and Serve: At St. Ann School, core Christian values and a variety of service opportunities are integrated into the curriculum. We strive to instill a sense of integrity in each of our students.
  • Focusing on Individual Needs & Talents: St. Ann’s curriculum focus is student-centered with a continuous progress emphasis that reverences the dignity of the student and serves the individual’s developmental growth needs. With an average class size of less than 20 students, we build a strong educational foundation for each child based on his or her unique needs.
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On May 24, 6:30 -7:30 p.m. in Healy Hall, the St. Ann’s Home & School Association Steering Committee invites all families to join them for a year end meeting to recap the 2016/17 school year and lay out plans for 2016/17. This is an excellent opportunity to get a preview of the volunteer opportunities that are available for next school year, learn how committee sign up will work this year and provide your input and ideas to help make sure the next school year is an even greater success.


If you have been pondering how you would like to allocate your volunteer time next year and are considering a committee chairperson role, please be sure to attend the Family Meeting on May 24 to learn more about the wonderful opportunities that are available. You will hear about some long-standing committees that would benefit from your leadership and you’ll learn about some exciting new committees that will blossom with your guidance. Feel free to reach out to co-chairs, Russ Horton (russ@uwalumni.com) or Lynn Wood (lwood@wcgpr.com) to learn more. Fabulous opportunities for putting your skills to work for our kids and the St. Ann’s School community – or, for developing some skills and talents that you would like to grow - await you. We encourage you to prayerfully consider how your family might best commit some of its most valuable resources – time and talents – to helping further enhance our already fabulous school community.

BIKE RODEO - JUNE 4, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

Kick off the summer with a fun family-friendly event that will help ensure your kids are ready for a safe and fun summer on their bikes. Join us for the first annual Community Bike Rodeo hosted by St. Ann’s School The bike rodeo, featuring fun activities and valuable stations such as: bike tune-ups; helmet fitting; and bike “rodeo” safety challenges, will take place from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the St. Ann’s School parking lot and is open to all local students and families. Kids are invited to bring a bike and helmet (as well as a parent/guardian) and will be eligible for door prizes and give aways. Giddy-up – And stay tuned for more details!


The Scrip Program at St. Ann School is an excellent – and easy! - fundraising program in which ALL families can participate. The program is simple: You just purchase gift cards for the businesses you already frequent and spend only what you would regularly spend, and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to St. Ann’s. That’s right – you don’t spend any more to purchase the gift cards.

All you have to do is THINK SCRIP and remember to stop by the school office, e-mail Dianne Neumeyer or go online (see PRESTO PAY at the scrip website) and select from hundreds of participating businesses – restaurants, grocery stores, clothing stores, gas stations, etc. So, if you are picking up groceries, THINK SCRIP! Planning a vacation? THINK SCRIP? Doing some graduation shopping? THINK SCRIP! Need gas? THINK SCRIP! You get the picture. To learn more, click here.


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