Programs
Athletics

Overview

Interscholastic athletics at St. Anne School helps students develop a lifelong appreciation for fitness, to support both the mind and body. The Knights’ athletic program focuses on educating the whole child, with an emphasis on developing skills and building self-confidence. We recognize the importance of exercise in the learning process. To that end, St. Anne School offers a wide range of competitive teams that strive to further enhance the spiritual, academic, physical, social, psychological, and moral growth of our students.
 
St. Anne School in a member of the Parochial Athletic League, within the boundaries of the Diocese of Orange. During the fall season, the Knights compete in cross-country, flag football, and volleyball. The winter months bring basketball and lacrosse, and the spring season has St. Anne School competing in golf, soccer, and track and field. One of 44 schools in the Parochial Athletic League, the St. Anne School Knights compete in the southern section of the league.
 
Students are offered a physical education program that combines fitness and an introduction to various sports. The program strives to empower, educate, engage, support, and facilitate activities and discussions that will motivate and encourage all students to participate. Our physical education classes aim to develop a strong and comprehensive understanding of the benefits of physical activity as a culture, and as a lifestyle.
 
Go Knights!


Message Regarding the 2020-2021 Season


The Parochial Athletic League (PAL) notified St. Anne School that there will be no interscholastic team sports during the 2020-2021 academic year. This decision was made by the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Orange, and is in effect for all PAL member schools.

For our Knights in grades 6 through 8, we are exploring ways to offer an in-house, after school intramural sports program that will follow school health and safety protocols. 

Upcoming Games - Stay Tuned

    • Matt Arruda, Athletic Director

      Matt Arruda, Athletic Director