At Saint Anthony School we are constantly looking for new and exciting ways to present our curriculum. We encourage critical thinking skills and coach ourstudents to discoveranswers to their questions. We use cooperative learning techniques to boost classroom interaction.OurStudents'world is quickly changing and we need to be a school that will provide the skills that they will need for their future.OurStudent Learning Expectations are reinforced throughout our curriculum. Our school provides a safe and caring environment with a pastor, principal, faculty and staff dedicated to providing a strong Catholic Identity within an academic environment that encourages our students to reach their potential.Saint Anthony School partners with Parents who arean important part of their children's education. A St. Anthony School Graduate is:A spiritually committed individual who:Serves others through good works toward peace and justiceFollows the footsteps of ChristHas an active sacrament and prayer lifeHas a knowledge and understanding of the sacraments, scripture, basic Catholic principles and traditionsAn academically prepared individual who:Utilizes proficiency in reading skills in all subject areasUnderstands, interprets, and expresses mathematical and scientific concepts accuratelyCommunicates with clarity and grammatical accuracy in both oral and written speechUses study skills effectivelyA socially aware individual who:Respects all people regardless of race, culture, ethnicity or religionAppreciates talents and uniqueness of others and selfSeeks to be a problem solver while respecting the opinions of othersA success minded individual who:Sets goals and accepts challengesLearns from mistakes and accepts them as part of the learning processDemonstrates the ability to work in a teamTakes responsibility for actions or non-actions and accepts consequencesA physically healthy individual who:Practices good health, hygiene and safety principlesRecognizes and develops his/her own physical capabilitiesUnderstands the value of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair playAn enriched individual who:Appreciates the fine arts of various culturesUnderstands the basics of art, music and theatreDemonstrates his/her own unique personality and talents through various forms of creative expression
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