Enter to Learn Christ,
Exit to Serve Christ
One objective of the St. Anne's School Strategic Plan declares that all students will realize high academic achievement. This is exemplified in our academic curriculum which is designed to encourage a love for learning in which each child can realize their potential, spiritually and academically. As a Catholic school, students attend formal religion classes from preschool through elementary. The beliefs and values of the Catholic faith are also implemented into all academic subject areas as well as our extracurricular activities. A solid foundation is developed based on the Minnesota State Standards.
In addition to the core subjects of language arts, math, social studies, science and religion, our students participate in physical education/health, music classes, regular computer/technology and library classes. Fifth and sixth grade students may participate in optional band class with individual lessons. Regular assessments, including the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, are performed in order to ensure that we are meeting the learning needs of each student. Interventions for students struggling in specific areas are implemented as needed as are accelerated projects for those students who prove exceptionally gifted in certain areas. We are extremely proud of our high quality academic program at St. Anne’s as we strive to prepare our students to be morally responsible individuals serving God, the Church and all people.