Announcements

Saint Anne School
is Currently Registering
for the 2017-2018 
School Year
Schedule a Tour Today!

To register your child, please provide:

•   your child’s original Birth Certificate

•   your child’s original Baptismal 

Certificate (unless baptized at

St. Anne Church)

•   your child’s immunization records

•   registration fee (non-refundable) of 

$35 for one child,

$55 for two children, 

$65 for three or more children



STREAM-Based Initiatives
Click Each Activity for More Information:

Eco Explorers 
After School STREAM Class
Students in grades 3-6 can attend this series of STREAM-based adventures. Classes begin on 
Tuesday, September 13th.



Mad Science 
After School STREAM Class
Click Here to Register



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TGA After School
Golf Program is Back at Saint Anne School!


Who: Saint Anne School Students 
in Grades K-6

Where: Saint Anne School Gymnasium

When: Tuesdays after school 
in January

Please see the flyer at the link below for registration and program details.


 News
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In the spring of 2017, Saint Anne School received Reaccreditation from the Middle States Association.  Thank you to everyone who had an important role in this process!
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5 Year Plan
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    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE       SAINT ANNE SCHOOL
CLASS OF 2017


Following an evening Mass at Saint Anne Parish on May 31, 2017, 13 diplomas were conferred to the Saint Anne School 
Class of 2017. Next year the students will be attending Bethel Park, Bishop Canevin, Brentwood, Central Catholic, Keystone Oaks, and Seton LaSalle Catholic High School. 
Congratulations and God Bless 
the Saint Anne School Class of 2017!
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SAINT ANNE SCHOOL STUDENT
CHOSEN AS AMBASSADOR 
 TO NATIONAL CONVENTION 
 ON TEEN VIOLENCE

Every year, Saint Anne School participates in the “Do the Write Thing Challenge” which requires students to write essays about the impact of violence on their lives and how youth violence can be eliminated in the future.  This year, eighth grader Hadia Killang, and seventh graders Sarah Freker and Billy Wivagg, were chosen as honorees from Saint Anne School and were invited to attend the “Do the Write Thing Challenge” banquet on May 30th at the Sheraton Station Square Hotel. At the banquet, honorees from all schools were recognized for their submissions on how to stop teen violence and six students, 3 females and 3 males, were given special recognition for their writing as the top six finalists. Finally, one female and one male student were chosen to represent Pittsburgh as a National Ambassador at the National Convention on Teen Violence in Washington, D.C in July. This year, eighth grader Hadia Killang was chosen as the female student ambassador and will represent both Saint Anne School and the City of Pittsburgh at the National Convention!  At the convention, students will get to present their views on violence to national leaders such as the Secretary of Education, the Attorney General of the United States, the Secretary of the Interior, and Members of Congress.      

Well done and congratulations to Hadia,  her parents, and her Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Erica Faber.

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PJAS TEAM HAS EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE AT STATE FINALS COMPETITION

Saint Anne School sent eleven students 
to the state PJAS finals competition at 
Penn State University on May 15th.  
Seven students received First Place 
Awards and four students received 
Second Place Awards.  

Well done, students, and many thanks 
to our science teacher and 
PJAS moderator, Mrs. Nancy Laird.


  Calendar

•  2016-2017 School Calendar










The Saint Anne School Coat of Arms contains
symbols that can be found within our church
and pertain to our Patroness, Saint Anne,
and her daughter, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

At the base of the Coat of Arms we see symbols resembling a nest from which emerges a young bird, surrounded by two winged creatures.
The nest represents Saint Anne, the young bird represents Mary her daughter, and the 
winged creatures represent angels.

Above those symbols we find a victorious cross
emerging from a crown.  The crown represents
the Blessed Virgin and the cross, of course,
represents Jesus who was borne of the Virgin's 
womb and rose victorious from the dead.

The background color of the shield is blue, the color traditionally associated with royalty and with
Mary who is the Queen of both Heaven and Earth.