St. Anne’s School specializes in the educational and social needs of children from Twos through Eighth Grade. We understand the importance of providing an inclusive, consistent learning environment during the most formative time in a child’s life. From age two-fourteen, our students are valued, challenged appropriately, and inspired to be self-advocates. National studies back up what we’ve known from the start - a Preschool through Eighth Grade education results in greater academic achievements, improved self-esteem, and increased confidence in students. It’s no wonder our graduates are highly sought after by some of the most competitive high schools in the area!
Download our informative brochure to learn more about the following benefits of a Preschool through Eighth Grade education at St. Anne’s School:
- We inspire our students to discover themselves as learners, friends, and community contributors without the social pressures of older students.
- Our students are well known by their peers, teachers, administrators, and staff and they know their voice and opinions matter.
- Every classroom is arranged and every schedule is designed based the interests, strengths, and capabilities of the students.
- Our distinguished programs offer students the opportunity to think critically, make choices, and challenge themselves to reach higher.
- Our Buddy Program allows older students the opportunity to be role models, forging friendships across grade levels and enhancing a sense of community.
- Our students enter middle school with the skills, habits, and routines developed from our Twos program forward that helps them thrive during a time in adolescence where many children feel socially and emotionally vulnerable.
- By the time our students reach Eighth Grade, they exude a high level of self-governance, empowering them to make good choices in preparation for high school.
- Our students grow up within our community and they leave together, offering support to each other and maintaining close friendships long after graduation.