Middle School

The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Whether this is your initial step into Middle School or your journey is already on its way, I welcome you and look forward to your life changing education at St. Anne School.
St. Anne School is an amazing community and educational institution like no other. When you walk through our doors, you become part of the St. Anne community, and I dedicate my personal attention to every student and parent who entrust us with their education. My focus as Head of the Middle School is on each student and to promote them into becoming the greatest person possible.
St. Anne’s nurturing environment has endless unique features, which is conveyed in so many special ways. From our dedicated teachers and small class size to our extensive offerings in athletics, music, art, and religion, to name a few, St. Anne fulfills its mission of unparalleled academics and extracurricular opportunities designed to challenge and nurture the whole child. Moreover, St. Anne provides rigorous honors courses in all core subject areas as well as yearly field studies experiences with a focus on both science and history.  
As a parent of a St. Anne graduate, I can personally attest to how our faculty and staff prepare students for their next endeavors in high school, college, and beyond. By fostering both the academic and personal growth, St. Anne guides our students in their development into well-rounded, responsible citizens with the drive to reach their future goals.
This is an exciting time in your lives, and St. Anne is here to build upon that. I hope you will join our family and allow us to enrich you.
Best regards,
Maureen Bournazian
Head of Middle School
    • Maureen Bournazian, Head of Middle School

      Maureen Bournazian, Head of Middle School

List of 5 news stories.

  • Girl Scout Brownies Celebrate New Experiences and Accomplishments

    The Girl Scout Troop at St. Anne School has had an amazing year of activities, field trips, and community service. The Brownie troop is comprised of energetic, creative and happy grade 2 girls, who will continue next year as grade 3 Brownies.
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  • Presenting the Class of 2019

    The St. Anne School grade 8 Class of 2019 walked down the isle of the Queen of Life Center on Tuesday evening to be recognized for their scholarship, accomplishments, and readiness to embark on their high school career and their next level of goals and aspirations.
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  • St. Anne School Granted WCEA Accreditation Status through 2025

    In March, St. Anne School was visited by a team from the Western Catholic Educational Association to assess the progress of the school as documented in the accreditation self-study. The comprehensive visit included meetings with the administration, faculty, parents, Board of Directors, students, and an analysis of the work being done at St. Anne to bring the school’s mission to life. We are very pleased to announce to the St. Anne community that the Western Catholic Education Association has granted St. Anne accreditation status through June 30, 2025. 
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  • Students Plan, Design, and Build Useful School Inventions

    Grade 2 students read the book “Rosie Revere Engineer” about a girl in second grade who dreamed about becoming a great engineer. After reading the book, the students worked in small groups to plan, design, and build a model of an invention they thought of that would be useful for us in school. They then presented their inventions to the class telling everyone the name of their invention, what it does, and how it will be useful in school.  
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  • Gold Team Prevails in Fun-Filled Annual Field Day Challenge

    Campus was a sea of blue, gold, and a ton of Knight spirit Thursday as students from Kindergarten through Middle School enjoyed participating in the annual St. Anne School Field Day. The day started early with students joining their teams and participating in a football toss, sponge relay, beach ball volleyball, basketball, a soccer relay, a water balloon toss, and a baton relay race. Parent volunteers helped throughout the games and encouraged school spirit.
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