The kind generosity of the parents and parishioners in the St. Anne Community helped the St. Anne School Foundation provide a $250,000 grant to St. Anne Catholic School for the 2014-2015 school year. This grant provides tuition assistance for families, continuing education for teachers, fine arts programs, and technology and classroom needs for students.
More than 70% of the 500 students who attend St. Anne Catholic School, a preK-3 through 8th grade co-ed school, receive tuition assistance or discounts, such as sibling discounts.
Faculty Continuing Education
St. Anne Catholic School faculty attend advanced courses at universities and colleges, workshops, conferences, classes and seminars like Love and Logic: 21st Century Solutions for Creating Respectful & Responsible Children to continually enhance their teaching skills.
From SmartBoards to desktop, laptop, or I-pad, St. Anne Catholic School strives to provide the learning resources and technology that students need to compete in today’s world.
Student and Faculty Scholarships
Each year, both needs-based and merit scholarships are awarded to St. Anne Catholic School students and faculty. For the 2014-2015 school year, 20 Foundation scholarships were awarded totaling nearly $25,700.
Fr. John Robbins Bourse Scholarships
Created by the St. Anne School Foundation at the request of Fr. John Robbins (1943-2009), the Bourse today includes funds in excess of $550,000. For the 2014-2015 school year, $69,900 was awarded in needs-based Bourse Scholarships to maintain the enriching diversity of St. Anne Catholic School.