St. Anne offers a comprehensive community service program for all Middle School students called Gospels in Action Program (GAP), which is tailored specifically to the interests of the students. Through the program, students will work towards becoming responsible citizens and gain both awareness and sensitivity towards the varying needs of a diverse community. GAP provides students the opportunity to take learning from the classroom and acquire additional perspectives through service. Students are required to complete 16 hours of community service each academic year and reflect on their experiences through prompts. Prior to graduation from St. Anne, all Grade 8 students create a culminating “Grad at Grad” project, a final reflection and capstone of students’ individual growth throughout their years at St. Anne in relation to the school’s four Student Learning Expectations.
St. Anne students shall:
  • Gain a greater and deeper understanding of their community and themselves as contributing, caring human beings.
  • Experience a heightened awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of others, not only within their School community, but also in the larger community.
  • Develop the conviction to serve and the responsibility to follow through on this conviction.
  • Continue to serve beyond the minimum by organizing their time, talents, and resources to enhance the quality of life in their community.
  • Enter into relationships with people in the community with whom they might not otherwise interact.
  • Incorporate Christian Service into the culture of their School.
  • Use this program as a tool for academic success and enrichment.
  • Assess community needs.
  • Discover how our School can make a difference in the community.
St. Anne students shall:
  • Gain a greater and deeper understanding of their community and themselves as contributing, caring human beings.
  • Experience a heightened awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of others, not only within their School community, but also in the larger community.
  • Develop the conviction to serve and the responsibility to follow through on this conviction.
  • Continue to serve beyond the minimum by organizing their time, talents, and resources to enhance the quality of life in their community.
  • Enter into relationships with people in the community with whom they might not otherwise interact.
  • Incorporate Christian Service into the culture of their School.
  • Use this program as a tool for academic success and enrichment.
  • Assess community needs.
  • Discover how our School can make a difference in the community.