Saint Agnes High School (Saint Paul, Minnesota)

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Saint Agnes High School
Address
530 Lafond Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota, (Ramsey County), 55103-1693
United States
Coordinates 44°57′36″N 93°7′21″W / 44.96000°N 93.12250°W / 44.96000; -93.12250Coordinates: 44°57′36″N 93°7′21″W / 44.96000°N 93.12250°W / 44.96000; -93.12250
Information
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
School district Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
Superintendent Rev. Moriarty
Principal James Morehead
Asst. Principal John Kimec
Color(s) Red and White         
Team name Aggies
Website

Saint Agnes High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, and is affiliated with the Church of St. Agnes in Saint Paul.

Background[edit]

Saint Agnes School was established in 1888, and currently educates students from pre-kindergarten until 12th grade.

Academics[edit]

Saint Agnes High School is fully accredited by the National Catholic Education Association.

Arts[edit]

Saint Agnes has a long standing choral tradition that coincides with its Catholic identity. The Saint Agnes Concert Chorale performs several concerts a year and tours extensively. It also participates in state competitions regularly receiving superior ratings. On almost a yearly basis, singers from the school are selected to participate in the All-State Choirs.

Athletics[edit]

Saint Agnes is a member of the Tri-Metro conference of the Minnesota State High School League and competes in Section 4 A. Boys athletics for the school include baseball, basketball, football, golf, hockey, soccer, track & field, and wrestling. Girls athletics include basketball, cheerleading, golf, hockey, soccer, softball, track and field, and volleyball. The St. Agnes football team has recently switched from the MCAA (Minnesota Christian Athletic Association) back to the Tri-Metro Conference.

Alumni[edit]

  • T.O.N.Y. - Anton Butler - rapper
  • Cameron Barnes - NJCAA Basketball star at Bismarck State College and University of Mary
  • Parnell Charles - Running Back at Arizona State
  • Shaun Perfect - Professional Dancer

Minnesota state titles[edit]

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