Open House


​​​​​​​Kindergarten Sneak Peek: Friday, December 4

Get a sneak peek into life in Kindergarten as you meeting teachers, the Head of School, and hear from current parents. This event begins at 11:00 a.m. RSVP >> (link is external)

Please RSVP to receive the Zoom meeting ID and password prior to the online event.





   







St. Anne’s School of Annapolis invests in the intellectual and spiritual promise of each student in a community that values diversity and the dignity of every human being. We challenge students to think critically and creatively, to know themselves as learners, and to govern their lives with confidence, compassion, and integrity.








There's a reason we end in 8th Grade.

Our students are empowered to make informed decisions about their education.

Students develop a clear understanding of their strengths, learning styles, and interests, and are able to own the selection process with the best match for their individual goals and needs. Seventh Grade students collaborate with the Director of Upper School Placement to determine the best fit for high school.


 



A Place for You

We’re a small school with global impact, a student group of compassionate hearts and fearless ideas, and a community that cares now about the future. Our students and their teachers are lifelong learners, and their reach extends far beyond the walls of St. Anne’s School.






Next Steps

Step One: Call 410.263.8650 x218 for an introductory conversation and flip through our viewbook.  (link is external)

Step Two: Schedule a private tour (Tuesdays–Thursdays) or attend our next Open House, specific to Middle School students, on November 20. You can RSVP here >> (link is external)

Step Three: Complete an application (link is external) for Admission online. Apply for need-based financial aid and/or merit-based scholarships.

Step Four: Schedule an interview and diagnostic screening. Preschool through First Grade students attend a screening day.

Step Five: Submit transcripts and teacher recommendations.

Step Six: Await admissions decision and attend St. Anne’s School community events.



Announcing the Equity in Education Scholarship (EES)

This need-based scholarship gives underrepresented minorities an opportunity to attend St. Anne’s School. The EES is awarded to a Middle School student and covers 100% of the cost to attend St. Anne’s School. Learn more >>