About Us - School
St. Anthony School is a Catholic school of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington. The enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year is 68 students in grades K - 8. The school hours are 7:30 A.M. to 2:25 P.M.
Masters Degrees teachers with a combined 130+ years of experience
Teachers are trained in multiple learning styles
95% of St. Anthony graduates go on to earn high school and college scholarships
Graduates have represented their high schools as Governor Scholars as well as graduating Valedictorians and Salutatorians
11:1 student/teacher ration to aid personal instruction
St. Anthony Discipline Policy includes parent notification and involvement to keep your child safe from bullying and outside threats
Emergency safety proedures are set up with Taylor Mill Police and Covington Fire Departments
Curriculum aligned to Diocesan standards
One to one Ipads & Chromebooks
Active PTO, Booster and Catholic Order of Foresters organizations
Weekly school-wide newsletter
Communication from classrooom teachers on a regular basis
Grades available online daily
Kindergarten Big Buddy Program
Student Test Scores meet & exceed Blue Ribbon & Diocesan Standards
Reading and Math scores are in the top 15% of the Nation
Extracurricular activities available including Drama Club, Baseketball, Volleyball and more
Movement exercises are used to increase focus
Students are often permitted to complete work sitting at desk, standing, or sitting on the floor in their preferred learning position
Easter Egg Hunts and more
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.
Saint Anthony Catholic School’s vision is to work together as a team composed of students, parents, teachers and staff in a positive manner to build strong, spiritual children who give witness to their faith.