Love for Learning

St. Ann's faculty and staff believe that we must instill in children a love of learning and a commitment to lifelong continuing educations.

Christ as Our Model

We believe in living and leading with Christ as our model and seek to inspire young people to become responsible and loving adults who are committed to faith and community.

Graduates for Greatness

St. Ann graduates attend: St. Ignatius, Cristo Rey, De La Salle, Whitney Young, Our Lady of Tepeyac, St. Laurence, Lane Tech, Holy Trinity, Walter Payton and more.

21 Children per Classroon

We have smaller class sizes that allow our teachers to be exceptionally focused on each student's progress throughout the year.

Featured Events

¡Reventón!

We’ll start with Mass at 12 pm and continue the celebration with food, song, and dance.

August 25, 2019 @ 12:00 pm

Labor Day (No Classes)

September 2, 2019 @ 12:00 am

Picture Day

September 13, 2019 @ 12:00 am
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From The Blog

  • 4th Grade Curriculum

    Categories: 4th Grade, Teachers Tags: ,

    Reading Students learn about the following reading skills and strategies: identifying and referring to key ideas and details within a text as textual evidence; using structural elements to identify type of text; comparing and contrasting themes, point of view and author influence; and integrating knowledge and ideas across multiple texts and presentations. Writing Students take […]

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  • Early Childhood Curriculum

    Categories: Kindergarten, Pre K, Teachers Tags: , ,

    Program Philosophy and Goals During the early childhood years, children are learning to trust others outside their families, gaining independence and self-control, and taking initiative and asserting themselves in socially acceptable ways. Children are also learning to think and they learn by doing and playing. Children make sense of the world around them through active […]

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  • 8th Grade Curriculum

    Categories: 8th Grade, Teachers

    Reading Students read historical fiction and non-fiction in the form of articles and memoirs. Additionally, students read from classic literary novels and compare them to films such as “Gone with the Wind” and “True Grit.” Students study Gothic Literature, Poetry, and an extensive literary unit on the Holocaust. In writing, we focus on writing a […]

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