St. Anthony Catholic School's mission is to prepare its students for lives of service and leadership rooted in the catholic values of faith, hope, and love. St. Anthony Catholic School was founded in 1922 and was staffed by the benedictine sisters of elizabeth, new jersey for 75 years. Today St. Anthony faculty continues to teach in the benedictine tradition. Our students benefit from St. Anthony's rich academic culture, which includes high caliber faculty and staff, involved parents, and a supportive parish, St. Anthony commits to enriching the lives, minds, and souls of pre-kindergarten-8th grade students by providing them with a solid academic program, influenced by the teachings of the catholic church. St. Anthony is a proud member of the consortium of catholic academies.
St. Anthony follows the academic standards of the Archdiocese of Washington. These standards can be found on the school's website, www.stanthonyschooldc.org .
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Student Teacher Ratio
15 : 1
40% Male / 60% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
St. Anthony students enjoy weekly art, music, physical education, Spanish, computer, and library classes.
Extracurricular opportunities include band, choir, STEM, student council, and book club.