The St. Anne School golf team won its final match of the season and finished in second place. For the sixth time in as many weeks, the Knights competed against junior golfers from six other P.A.L. schools in a nine-hole stroke-play format at Casta del Sol Golf Course in Mission Viejo. In addition to the team’s overall second-place finish, Karen Tian ’19 was celebrated as the overall low scorer, with a season average score of 33.3 (on the par-31 course).
Last Thursday’s A Knight of Music brought parents, students, faculty, and staff together to hear the musical stylings of St. Anne School’s very talented choirs and orchestras. The Queen of Life Center came alive with performances from the HarmonKnights Show Choir, the Shining Stars, the grade 3 Beginning Violin, the grade 4 Elementary Orchestra, the Crusaders/MidKnights Combined Orchestra (grades 5 and 6), and the Blue Knights Orchestra.
With a thrilling 1-0 victory over St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in the championship game of the P.A.L. South County Soccer Playoffs, the St. Anne Knights “A” soccer team are champions! Playing for the third time in four days, the Knights battled to a 0-0 halftime score in the game played on St. Mary’s turf field in Aliso Viejo. But a “screamer” from Luke Burritt '18 put the Knights on the scoreboard in the second half, and St. Anne held off the Tartans for the championship win.
St. Anne School mothers were celebrated in many special ways this week. On Wednesday, mothers were welcomed on campus with a rose and a delicious bundtini before heading to the Queen of Life Center for the annual Mother’s Day Chapel.
Teacher/staff appreciation week started with every teacher and staff member being treated to a beautiful mixed bouquet brought in by St. Anne students to brighten everyone's week. The week also included a fully stocked ice cream freezer, a luncheon with more than 40 raffle prizes, a break from carpool duties, and much more. The memorable week, made possible by the St. Anne Parent Association, celebrated just how much each teacher, faculty, and staff member at St. Anne mean to all of the students and parents.