As a Catholic school, we find Christ in all we do. Jesus Christ is central in all of our teachings and course offerings, and we welcome students of all faiths. Students are empowered to explore and grow in their faith throughout the total experience of each and every day. We are blessed to be able to offer students daily faith formation opportunities.
Our student body begins and ends each day with prayer. Daily religion class is part of our four-year curriculum. Our student body attends weekly Mass at church and is offered the opportunity for early morning Mass in our beautiful high school chapel. Room 7:7, named after the scripture verse Matthew 7:7, is a place students can go to speak one-on-one with theology mentors and convene as groups. Students are offered the opportunity, at will, to receive the sacrament of reconciliation at school.
Community service is faith in action. We hope to foster within our students an understanding of their call to share of themselves for the common good, living the example of Jesus Christ by performing service for the community and the Church.
Our Christian Service Program is designed to instill community service as an integral part of their lived faith. As a graduation requirement, students must volunteer at least 60 hours over their high school career, at service agencies, school & church functions, and within their own neighborhoods.Christian Service Program
St. Anthony students are encouraged to participate in activities such as mission trips, March for Life, World Youth Day, and more.
Annual retreats are also a tradition, beginning with a one-day retreat for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors leading up to a multi-day retreat for seniors.
Every Spring we have a “Retreat Week” where the Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior classes go off site for a day of talks, discussion and prayer. The senior guys and girls separate their senior year and each attends a 3 day retreat focusing on their relationship with Christ and His Church.
We welcome you to become part of the St. Anthony family. Meet our administrators, tour our facilities, or visit a classroom.