We create a Christ-Centered environment within which people will grow and learning will flourish.
–School Mission Statement
In the fall of 1954, St. Anthony Catholic Elementary School was established on the site of the O’Brien farm. Louis Bondi was the founding principal and the only staff member of 4 to have teaching experience. In 1982, St. Mary School was twinned with St. Anthony. In 1995, an addition was built to accommodate the growing population. Most recently, in 2012, St. Anthony Catholic Elementary School saw the addition of three Early Years Classrooms, an outside courtyard and extensive renovations to the playground area.
We share a sacred partnership with St. Mary of the Assumption Church, where we celebrate masses together, we prepare for our sacraments together, our students participate in Youth Ministry and we help support needy families through the St. Vincent de Paul society. We feel very strongly connected to our parish.
The St. Anthony Catholic Elementary School Community provides a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment for its 500 students and 325 families. With the support of incredible students, an outstanding staff and a wonderfully supportive parent community, the St. Anthony Catholic School Community works tirelessly to ensure that each of the 500 gifts we have been given, grow to be the academic, creative and spiritual young people that God has called them to be.
St. Anthony Catholic Elementary School is a part of the Denis Morris Catholic High School Family of Schools.