St. Ann School
The mission of St. Ann Catholic School is to educate and enlighten the whole child by fostering lifelong moral integrity, Catholic faith and academic excellence.
Home of the Mariners!
Think, Reach, Shine!
St. Ann School began in 1972 with Play School, Pre-School and Kindergarten-aged children. In 1975, the first building was opened to first grade and one of the portable buildings continued to be used for the Kindergarten classes. In July of 1976, the Salesian Sisters came to staff the school, which expanded to serve children from Kindergarten to Fourth Grade. Each year after that, another grade level was added until the school reached the eighth grade. In June 1994, the sisters had to withdraw from St. Ann School. Nevertheless, we remain with the spirit of St. John Bosco and his Preventative System.
When the school began, there was a total of about 200 students. Now the enrollment numbers are approximately 890. Therefore, new buildings were constructed to meet the expansion of the school population. With a greater number of students, more programs were added to serve the needs of the children.
We thank Almighty God for all the blessings he has given us through the intercession of the Blessed Mother and Saint Ann. We pray that we may continue to grow in the spirit of prayer and discipline.
We pray for all those who have come before us and have made all this possible.
St. Ann School is a Catholic School which seeks to serve the needs of the children of the surrounding parish/area. We endeavor to create an environment conducive to the integral formation of the young. We seek to prepare responsible and committed members of the faith community who, according to God's plan, are concerned with the advancement of all.
Through a child-centered curriculum and child-centered activities, a program of well-rounded educational and spiritual opportunities contribute to the growth of the whole child. Every effort is directed to the formation and personal growth of the individual students so that in their development, they may obtain their ultimate goal - happiness with God forever.