St. Anthony's Catholic School was established in 1955 by The Precious Blood Sisters who ran the school until their departure in 1969. The original structure included four classrooms, administrator's office, cafeteria, infirmary, and library. Over the years, the school has grown to include 10 classrooms, a preschool, kindergarten, and a gymnasium. In 1956, the school's enrollment was 102. Currently, preschool - eighth grade has the enrollment of over 300 students.
Our Mission Statement
Growing God's children in faith to build a life-long relationship with Christ.
Our Vision Statement
The vision of St. Anthony's Catholic School is to assist parents in forming their children as disciples of Jesus Christ by modeling a Christian lifestyle, by helping students understand and integrate gospel values within the parish community and beyond , and by encouraging each student to realize his/her full potential spiritually, academically, intellectually, physically, and emotionally.
St. Anthony Catholic School strives to educate each child to become an active Catholic citizen.
Moral Development - Provide students with opportunities for practicing and articulating their faith and their values.
Intellectual Development - Create an atmosphere of inquiry, discovery, and trust wherein each child has an opportunity to explore his/her talents and grow intellectually.
Social Development - Provide a safe, positive, and nurturing environment for effective social development and cultural awareness.
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Diocese of Stockton Pastoral Conduct Policy
St. Anthony Catholic School is committed to creating a safe, appropriate and Christian environment for minors and their relationship with adults involved in Church ministry by following the guidelines that are set forth in the Diocese of Stockton’s Code of Pastoral Conduct for Priests, Deacons, Seminarians, Lay Employees and Volunteers.
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