High School

Since 1951, St. Anne Catholic School has worked to provide an environment conducive to the development of the whole child: intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually, socially and culturally. We strive to inspire students to live with an open mind and to appreciate the talents that God gives to each of us  and to use these talents to be productive contributors to society.

Our interdisciplinary approach to education provides a meaningful way in which students can use knowledge learned in one context as a knowledge base in other contexts in and out of school. A cross-curricular education offers you the reading, reasoning and communication skills to thrive in a broad range of career contexts and to pursue life-long learning. This foundation can set you apart, and set you up for taking control of your own educational and professional pursuits.

St. Anne Catholic High School will engage students in the traditional high school classes as well as advanced and college-level courses in the core curriculum of math, science, English, theology, and social studies. Students will expand their knowledge of the visual, performing, and fine arts while exploring a variety of co-curricular activities. This integrated approach to education develops skills such as creative thinking/problem solving, self-confidence, self-expression, critical thinking and self-discipline that are essential to holistic development.

At St. Anne Catholic High School you can expect:

  • A cross-curricular approach that integrates all disciplines through studies that emphasize the essential learning outcomes across the entire educational continuum.

  • An approach to learning that empowers individuals and prepares them to deal with complexity, diversity and change.

  • An education designed to help your student develop a sense of social responsibility, as well as strong and transferable intellectual and practical skills such as communication, analytical and problem-solving skills and a demonstrated ability to apply knowledge and skills in real-world settings.

  • Advanced core curriculum that prepares the students for the rigors of college and beyond. Advanced curriculum includes honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Credit in partnership with Belmont Abbey College and York Technical College.

  • Teachers who inspire the students to be life-long learners, to foster a love for literature, arts, scientific discovery, and civics—and to use these gifts to serve others.

  • Students who are prepared to live in a complex, dynamic society by teaching them to think critically, communicate effectively, respond compassionately to the needs of their community and assume roles of Christian leadership.

  • A community that cultivates civic responsibility and engagement in relation to the church and to the community as a whole.

  • Reverence for the human dignity of every person that comes from recognizing Christ in self and others.

  • Co-curricular activities, including athletics and clubs, that build a sense of community and cultivate leadership skills.