About Us - School

St. Anthony School is a Catholic school of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington. The enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is 49 students in grades K - 8.  The school hours are 7:30 A.M. to 2:20 P.M.

Faculty Facts

Four Masters Degree Teachers
Fifteen years average teaching experience
Eleven years average teaching experience at St. Anthony School
Reading Aide in Grades 1-4
Spanish K-2
Music K-8

School Facts

Curriculum aligned to Diocesan standards
Newly updated computer lab
Active PTO, Booster and Catholic Order of Foresters organizations

Student Facts

Terra Nova Test Scores Exceed Blue Ribbon Standards
Reading and Math scores are in the top 15% of the Nation
Ninety percent of third through eighth grade students participate in extra-curricular activities

Mission Statement

Saint Anthony Catholic School accepts the responsibility, along with the parents, to educate students spiritually, morally, and academically in a safe and caring Christian atmosphere. Each individual is assured academic achievement and develops social and emotional growth while embracing the gospel message of Jesus Christ.

Vision Statement

Saint Anthony Catholic School’s vision is to work together as a team composed of students, parents, teachers and staff in a positive manner that strives to build strong spiritual children who give witness to their faith.