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.
We love this little school! Four of our children are currently attending with a 5th ready to enroll when old enough. We have seen teachers at 4 different grade levels and have been so impressed with the love, care and attention they give to our littles. Their education is so important to us. We want our kids to be ready for high school and academically challenged, but we also want them to be caring citizens of the world. St. Ann's is helping us do that! Thank you.
Saint Ann School is a place where a kid can develop and discover their own potential. The attention and dedication that St. Ann has with students is unique and I know for a fact that this is not offered elsewhere. I am a huge advocate of Catholic education, I recognize the value and I view this as the most valuable investment since it will help build my children’s character, and personality. This education will be with them forever and will be passed on to the next generation.
This school is a great example of raising children to love, respect and care for others. This school feeds not only the minds of the children but they also feed their heart and soul to feel compassion for others.
When my husband and I were looking for a Pre-K school, we vetted a number of programs in the city. The St. Ann program was at the same academic level or higher than many we looked into - we were very impressed. We then decided to continue into primary school because of St. Ann's proven excellence in Catholic education. But, the community of St. Ann was just as important to us, and we really wanted to raise our son to feel like he was connected to his neighborhood and our neighbors. My husband grew up in community Catholic schools in St. Louis, and he felt it made an important difference in his upbringing. He wanted the same for our son
We will meet at 6 pm in Nazareth Hall.