This is a fabulous scholarship opportunity for families new to Catholic schools or returning after more than 1 year. The New Enrollment Initiative Awards are available for each child in your family, for qualifying families at a wide range of income levels in conjunction with family size. Current year scholarship amounts and qualifications are in… read more »
Parents are encouraged to refer neighbors, friends and co-workers to our on campus Open House Event Thursday Jan 26th at 6pm To register, interested families should call (310) 829-2775 or email email@example.com or simply show up on the night. Current parents earn a $300 tuition credit for each new family that enrolls. No limit on… read more »
If you missed our Virtual Open House and Tour events, you now can experience them by viewing the recorded version of the Open House including hearing from some of our alumni, by visiting the Admissions Page of our website. If, after viewing, you would like more information, we encourage you to call Michael Browning, Principal… read more »
Welcome back to campus to those families and students who will return on March 2. View this video on the Saint Anne School Facebook page to learn how the safe return will operate and what the COVID-19 safe campus looks like. https://fb.watch/3Yi0gy2tTa/ We can’t wait to have you back with us, and safe.
Remind your friends, neighbors and colleagues! Join our Virtual Admissions Open House and Tour on Zoom on February 25, 2021 at 6:00 pm and learn more about our wonderful school, “tour” the campus, hear from parents and alumni and join breakout rooms with your child’s prospective teacher. Saint Anne School returns to in-person learning on… read more »
On the Parents Page of Saint Anne School’s website, parents and prospective families can read the school’s three-part COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP). The extensive and detailed CSP includes a COVID-19 Prevention Program from California’s OSHA, a COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist through the California Department of Public Health and the LA County Department of Public Health’s… read more »