For over 100 years, Saint Anne School has been providing a quality, Catholic Kindergarten through Grade 8 education to its students. Saint Anne School’s dedicated faculty remains committed to offering a preferential option for the poor so that through education, poor children may succeed academically and grow in mind, body and spirit to a life of service and achievement.
In accordance with its commitment to excellence, Saint Anne School’s principal, administrators and faculty all hold college degrees. In addition, each faculty member holds either a Teaching Credential or Masters degree in Education or related fields, or are enrolled in a masters degree program. Saint Anne School holds its second consecutive six-year accreditation (the maximum available) from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA).
Saint Anne School provides a comprehensive TK-8 curriculum as stipulated by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and according to California State Standards in the following subjects: Mathematics, English, Reading, Spelling, Social Studies, Science, Art, Music, Religion and Physical Education. The curriculum also includes significant curriculum enhancements outlined on the curriculum page.
Saint Anne School Graduates Attend Premier High Schools
- The Archer School for Girls
- Bishop Conaty-Our Lady of Loretto HS
- Bishop Montgomery High School
- Cathedral High School
- Crespi Carmelite High School
- Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences
- Environmental Charter High School
- Harvard Westlake School
- Louisville High School
- Immaculate Heart High School
- Loyola High School
- Marlborough School
- Marymount High School
- New Roads School
- Notre Dame Academy
- Notre Dame High School
- Providence High School
- Sacred Heart High School
- St. Bernard High School
- St. Mary’s Academy
- St. Monica Catholic High School
- Villanova Preparatory School
Many students receive full or partial scholarships to these schools.
In addition to the core subjects, we also offer Title 1 services for students who qualify. The students who qualify are given small group instruction in reading and language arts 3 to 5 days a week for 40 to 50 minutes.