St. Anselm Catholic School
MissionBy recognizing the dignity of its students and teachers through their unique gifts and talents, St. Anselm Catholic School strives to provide academic excellence in an environment permeated with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.
Points Of Pride96% of our students continue their education in Catholic high schools or Catholic academies.-Our school has had six Neumann Scholars in its history, the most recent in 2013. These students receive a full four-year scholarship to the Catholic high school of their choice. The class of 2017 earned $93,000 in scholarships and awards for high school. The school principal has been named a Distinguished Administrator by the Office of Catholic Education.
Admissions PolicyMust live within the boundaries of St. Anselm Parish. Must be 3 by September 1st for PK3, must be 4 by September 1st for PK4, must be 5 by September 1st for kindergarten, and must be 6 by September 1st for 1st grade. Contact the school for more information about the admissions process.
Accreditations and HonorsSaint Anselm Catholic School has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges since 1985. Reaccreditation took place every ten years until 2006 when the association changed the length of time for reaccreditation to seven years for all schools.-Reaccreditation was awarded to Saint Anselm Catholic School in May, 2013.
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