Faith & Spirituality
As a Catholic school, our most significant contribution to the education of our students is the delivery of Christ's message through regularly scheduled religion classes, sacrament preparation, and school Masses. Religion is taught as a formal class on a daily basis and it is expected our teachers incorporate the teachings of our Catholic Church and Christianity into our school's curriculum throughout the school day. Our religion curriculum is consistent with the Diocesan recommendations.
Our second graders are prepared for and receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Eucharist during the second trimester.
Research has shown that the most successful Catholic Schools are those in which students demonstrate a caring attitude toward classmates not only in their own classrooms, but throughout the school and parish community. These students extend themselves to others in a myriad of ways; therefore, when they live in their adult world that Christian caring for others easily continues. At St. Anne Catholic School, younger students are paired with older students in many programs, liturgies, field trips, some special lunches, nursing home visits, etc.