Grab your friends and join us at the Annapolis Maritime Museum on Friday, October 13 at 5:00pm for Trivia + Tunes—an evening of trivia, karaoke, and community benefitting the Equity in Education Scholarship (EES) at St. Anne’s School of Annapolis.

Equity in Education Scholarship (EES) at St. Anne’s School: This scholarship, started in 2020, aims to give local, underrepresented students an opportunity to attend St. Anne’s School, a school that firmly believes that diversity (in thought, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, and socio-economic status) is the foundation upon which education more powerfully and effectively flourishes…which is where YOU come in! Help us support underrepresented minority and mission-aligned families who foresee tuition costs as a barrier for enrollment, and, give the next generation the opportunity to receive a St. Anne’s School education.



Head of School, Connie Coker, Leads St. Anne’s School’s Marching Group at the 2023 Annapolis Pride Parade

About St. Anne’s School: Over the last 30 years, St. Anne’s School of Annapolis has made its mark as a small, independent school with a big impact, and an even bigger heart. Our founders had a vision for a school with community and kindness at its core and a guiding mission to invest in the intellectual and spiritual promise of each and every student. Here, at St. Anne’s School, we learn alongside our students, sparking joy in learning while also challenging students to think critically and creatively. Here, we celebrate diversity and foster belonging by upholding the dignity of every human being. Here, we stand for respect, responsibility, honesty, and kindness–core values that we uphold daily on our campus as well as out in the greater community. Here, we inspire our students to lead lives of purpose, to fully know themselves as learners, and to govern their lives with confidence, compassion, and integrity. In doing so, our graduates go on to serve the greater community as both changemakers and thought leaders, paving the way for a brighter future for all.  St. Anne’s School, currently led by Connie Coker, draws from its Episcopal tradition as an independent, co-educational school, serving students in Twos through Eighth Grade.