St. Anthony High School (Milwaukee)

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St. Anthony School of Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, (Milwaukee County)
United States
Coordinates 43°0′42″N 87°55′21″W / 43.01167°N 87.92250°W / 43.01167; -87.92250Coordinates: 43°0′42″N 87°55′21″W / 43.01167°N 87.92250°W / 43.01167; -87.92250
Type Private, Coeducational, Choice Program
Motto Ecce Nova Facio Omnia
(Behold, I make all things new)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Christ the King and Saint Anthony of Padua
Established 1872
School number (414) 384-6612 Fax: 414-384-6613
President Zeus Rodriguez
Pastor Fr. Cliff Ermatinger
Grades k12
Color(s) Crimson and gold         
Slogan One Team. One Family.
Team name Roman Legion
Communities served South Side
Feeder schools St. Anthony School

St. Anthony School is a Roman Catholic private school (grades K-12) located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee. High school Founded in 2009,[1] the school is an extension to St. Anthony Grade School, which was founded in 1872.[2]


The high school began classes on August 31, 2009, with an enrollment of 107 students. It was the first new Catholic high school in the Milwaukee archdiocese in more than 25 years and the first Catholic high school on the south side within the boundaries of the city of Milwaukee since St. Mary's Academy closed in 1991.[1]


St. Anthony School is an official international baccalaureate candidate school, and is expected to be certified for the 2015-16 school year.[3]


In 2012, the boys soccer team won the Division III state championship in the second year of the program's existence.[4][5]


  1. ^ a b "St. Anthony to add high school". JSOnline. Retrieved 2009-03-25. 
  2. ^ "St. Anthony's Since 1952". St Anthony’s Retrieved 2009-03-25. 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ St. Anthony soccer team rockets to the top
  5. ^ 2012 State Boys Soccer Tournament Schedule