Saint Anne School

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Address
4040 Willow Ave

Castle Shannon
, Pennsylvania
United States
Information
Motto An Education for Total Development of the Child – Body, Mind, and Soul
Established 1894
Principal Mrs. Harmony Stewart
Chaplain Father Michael A. Caridi
Color(s) Red and White
Mascot Cyclones
Accreditation NCEA - Middle States Accreditation - Middle School Association, State and Diocesan Certified Faculty
Website

Saint Anne School is a Catholic private elementary school, located in Castle Shannon, Pennsylvania. It is part of a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh. Its most notable alumnus is His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo. Comedian and talk show host Dennis Miller also attended Saint Anne School.

Academics[edit]

Saint Anne School offers an educational experience in four and three year preschool, full day kindergarten, and first through eighth grade. There is a low pupil/teacher ratio of only 15 students to 1 teacher. The average class size is 20 students. Saint Anne School offers a challenging academic curriculum, daily religious education, weekly Mass and Eucharistic Adoration, sacramental preparation, Spanish, music, art, and physical education. Chrome books are provided for all students in grades 5-8 and Kindles are available to students in preschool through 4th grade. Additional services include a Resource Teacher and Middle School Youth Minister. Generous scholarships are available as well as on-site morning and after-school extended care.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Activities offered at Saint Anne School include PA Junior Academy of Science, Student Newspaper, Forensics, English Festival, AV Club, Lectors, Altar Servers and Lectors, Children's Choir, Spelling Bee, and Band & Advanced Band. Sporting activities that students have the ability to join are Cross-Country, Track, Cheerleading, Diocesan Football, Basketball (Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Instructional), Little Dribblers, and Volleyball (Varsity and Junior Varsity).

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Coordinates: 40°21′41″N 80°01′46″W / 40.3614°N 80.0295°W / 40.3614; -80.0295