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Since its founding in 1924, St. Anselm School has enjoyed a long tradition of providing high-quality Catholic education to elementary school children. Today St. Anselm is proud to continue this tradition by offering a well balanced curriculum with an emphasis on the formation of spiritual values for children in grades K-8.


St. Anselm School is a community of faith in the Catholic tradition. Through collaboration with our parent and parish community, we are committed to the growth and development of the whole child. We provide an engaging and comprehensive academic program grounded in Catholic teaching.

Schoolwide Learning Expectations

St. Anselm Students are:

Knowledgeable about the teachings of the Catholic Faith who:

  • Respect Catholic Teachings and Traditions
  • Live the Gospel
  • Pray daily and participate in the Mass

Intellectually curious and academically prepared who:

  • Have a comprehensive foundation in reading, writing, and math
  • Practice independent and collaborative study skills
  • Demonstrate curiosity, creativity, and enthusiastic learning

Natural care-takers of our community who:

  • Understand and demonstrate their role as stewards of the planet
  • Contribute to school and community activities

Demonstrating “Do Good, Be Kind” daily who:

  • Are socially/emotionally good and kind to others and selves
  • Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of technology