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Community

St. Anne is so much more than just a school; it is a place where lasting friendships are formed and memories are made. The school community is built on the connections made among students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and more. From our weekly all-school Masses and Fall Festival to Daddy & Me Pumpkin Carving and Mommy & Me Tea, our shared and unique experiences unite, strengthen, and bring our school to life.

Community-building events are at the heart of the St. Anne School experience. Below is a list of some of the cherished traditions and events throughout the school year:

  • Back-to-School BBQ
  • New Parent Reception 
  • Family Knight and Book Fair
  • Blessing of the Animals
  • Daddy and Me Pumpkin Carving
  • Halloween Costume Parade
  • Fall Festival
  • Grandparents and Special Friends Day
  • Christmas Tree Lighting and Santa Visit
  • Christmas Programs
  • Festival of Knights Gala
  • Mother's Day Mass and Reception
  • Dads and Donuts
  • Last Day of School Beach Bash

We partner with our parents to provide students with many opportunities and experiences both inside and outside the classroom. Parent involvement and volunteers are an integral part of what makes St. Anne School an outstanding educational environment for our students and a place of strong community and fellowship.

Our Knights Parents Association is a supportive body of involved parents with a common goal to enhance and augment the St. Anne School experience. Whether volunteering in the classroom, arranging flowers for Teacher Appreciation Week, or chairing a fundraising committee, St. Anne parents have many opportunities for involvement. Visit Knights Parent Association for more information on parent volunteering. 

St. Anne school, is not just a school, it's a community. From the moment we walked onto the campus, we were welcomed with open arms. Starting a new school can be scary, but so many families reached out to us before school had even started that we all felt more at ease.

- Nicole Wondries, Current St. Anne Parent