Mission & Vision
Mission & Vision
Saint Anthony Catholic Elementary School, a ministry of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, is a living Christian community which endeavors to teach Christ’s love and salvation. Believing that every child is unique and capable of reaching his or her full potential, we focus on each child’s individual strengths, needs and gifts. Emphasizing the whole child, our curriculum is taught in the light of Catholic faith, integrating body, mind and spirit; and challenging each child to achieve academic excellence in a safe, nurturing environment. We invite all those who journey through our doors to become disciples of Christ.
At St. Anthony we believe that in the atmosphere of a developing Faith Community we are to encourage persons to become more fully the unique individuals they are destined to be. This belief involves an acknowledgment that we are not the primary educators of children, but rather participants in a growth process that has begun before us and will continue after us. In Christ we find our reason for existence.
The St. Anthony Community will start each day with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the Eagle Honor Pledge:
I will Entrust myself to God.
I will Act with honor & respect.
I will use God's gifts to serve others.
I will Love as God loves me.
I will strive for Excellence in all I do.
Excellence in Education
St. Anthony Catholic School strives for excellence in all we do. From the brilliant scholar to the competitive athlete, we believe that every child has unique gifts. Recognizing the need to educate the whole child, we offer an educational atmosphere where:
- an unparalleled Catholic education integrates mind, body, and spirit
- each child is mentored through their young academic careers by talented faculty and staff
- children grow in knowledge and self-confidence while developing friendships that often last for a lifetime
Come explore the difference for yourself through this web site or through a visit to our school. We welcome the opportunity to meet you, as a prospective student, parent, or friend of the school.