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The First Day of School is Monday, August 27th!

We Can't Wait To See Our Students And Families Again!

The 2018-2019 School Calendar Can Be Found Here  

Saint Anne School is Looking for the Following Coaches:
  • Spirit Squad Head Coach (K-3)
  • Cheerleading Head Coach (4-8)
Please contact Principal Harmony Stewart at if interested

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Saint Anne School is Currently Registering for the 
2018-2019 School Year.

Preschool through 
8th Grade.

Schedule a Tour Today!

Click Here For Registration Forms

Diocesan Financial Aid Info:

Financial aid application instructions for the 2018-2019 school year are available through the diocesan website at:
Fast Facts 2018-2019

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 

$45 for one child,

$65 for two children, 

$75 for three or more children


Save the Dates! 

Eco Explorers After School 

Students in grades 1-8 can attend 
this series of STREAM-based adventures. 
Classes for grades 1-3 begin on 
Thursday, September 13th.
Classes for grades 4-8 begin on
Thursday, October 18th.

Additional Registration Information Will Be Sent Home At The Beginning Of The School Year.


2018 SpikeFest Logo

5th Annual Saint Anne 
Girls Varsity Volleyball 
Autumn Spikefest Tournament
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Saint Anne School Gym

Attention Girls Varsity Volleyball
Head Coaches!

We have room left for two more teams.

If interested, please contact Michelle Logan ( or Rich Unger (

Click Here For More Info

11th Annual
Saint Anne School Golf Outing

Monday, October 8th
Valley Brook Country Club
McMurray, PA

Mad Science 
After School 
Mad Science 2018

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

TGA Golf Program - 2018



Congratulations to the
Saint Anne School Class of 2018
May God Bless You Always!

Class of 2018

4th Grade Scratch Programming 2018

Saint Anne School is continuing with its plan to renovate the entire school building!  During the coming summer 
we will renovate the remaining five 
classrooms on the third floor!

We are hoping to be able to provide
state-of-the-art technology in these
new classrooms by installing Sharp Aquos Boards in each of them.

If you would like to purchase one of these boards for the school in honor or memory of someone, or in gratitude for your education, please contact the Parish Office at 412.531.5964 or our Principal Harmony Stewart at and your gift will be acknowledged appropriately.

Thank you for your continued support of Saint Anne School and its mission!


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Little Bits


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!


Saint Anne School 
Alumni News

Congratulations to recent Saint Anne School graduate Andrew Saxon on receiving the Cardinal Donald Wuerl Scholarship for his participation in the Duquesne University Junior Achievement Program at Saint Anne School.  Andrew will 
use the scholarship when he attends 
Seton LaSalle Catholic High School in the fall.  
Well done, Andrew!

Andrew Saxon JA Scholarship Awardee

Saint Anne School Alumni Mr. Bert Ghezzi  is a popular author and speaker. He has written twenty books, including Voices of  the Saints, Mystics and Miracles, and, most recently Prayers to the Holy Spirit and The Power of Daily Mass
Read more about Mr. Ghezzi here.

SLS 2017-2018 Forensics Team

The 2017-2018 Seton LaSalle Catholic High School Forensics Team includes three Saint Anne School Aluma, Hadia Killang, Anna Mathias, and Lexie Laverty. 
 The team made school history this year! 
Read more here.       

Alumni! Please share your news with us by emailing our Director of Advancement, Yvonne Creehan, at

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.