Faith Based Education


National educational trends in 21st Century teaching and learning have been influenced by many varied sources. At St. Anthony School we greatly value the general concept of “21st Century Education” and incorporate these competencies into our curriculum and teaching methodologies. As well, we are guided by the Four Pillars of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Characteristics of Marianist Education (CMEs) and age/grade appropriate student learning expectations for PreK, Grade School, Middle School, and Jr/Sr High School. We are committed to our students and immerse them in a progressive learning environment rooted in Catholic teaching with emphasis on morality and Christian character building. This formation paired with 21st century academics and teaching methods is critical for the success of our students and our school.

21st Century Competencies
(Tony Wagner, Harvard School of Education)
– Critical thinking and problem solving
– Collaboration and leadership
– Agility and adaptability
– Effective oral and written communication
– Accessing and analyzing information
– Curiosity and imagination

Four Pillars of Catechism of the Catholic Church
Profession of Faith
Celebration of the Christian Mystery
Life in Christ
Christian Prayer