I’ve been a proud St. Ann’s parent for more than
10 years. In addition to being a safe and
caring environment, the faculty, staff and
parents have become our community for the
academic and spiritual growth of our children.
Our children are given a strong foundation for
their religious education which will be with
them for the rest of their lives. An
overwhelming feeling of community, warmth and
welcoming were evident the first time we walked
through the doors and are present today. These
feelings are shown in all aspects of school
life, from basketball games, to Christmas
parties to our annual End of Year Barbeque.
Our Principal, Mr. Vicario strives to set the
highest standards for our children’s behavior
and academics. As a result, our children are
always polite, respectful and eager to spend
time together, both in and out of school. St.
Ann’s is a small, close-knit community where
parents come together regularly for the good of
their children and their school. Teachers work
closely with parents to provide our children
with a superior education and truly prepare them
for high school, both academically and
of a 6th grader and 2009 graduate
I have been a part of St. Ann’s School and
Parish for fourteen years. I have four children,
a third grader, seventh grader, and two children
who have graduated from St. Ann’s. My son is a
sophomore at Iona Prep and my daughter graduated
last year from Maria Regina, and is now in her
first year of college. All my children’s
experiences at St. Ann’s have always been
pleasant. In the midst of the crazy times we
live in today, it is nice to know that my
children are always safe and cared for while at
school. The education they receive at St. Ann’s
allows for their high school and college
experience to be that much easier at an
important time in their life.
of a 2nd grader, 7thgrader,
2006 graduate, and a 2009 graduate
I have been a Parent and parishioner of St.
Ann’s School for nine years. I currently have
two children attending St. Ann’s and one child
that graduated on to High School. My husband
and I chose St. Ann’s School because we wanted
an environment where our children are taught the
same virtues we teach at home; and where they
are challenged academically. Our children are
getting a great education at St. Ann's, which is
our main priority. It is a small school, and we
are not worried when we drop off our children
each day. The St. Ann’s School community is
like a family. We all work together for the
good of the children, school and parish.
of two 5th graders, and 2010 graduate
I chose to send my daughter to St. Ann School
first and foremost for a Catholic education.
Throughout its curriculum, the school teaches
Catholic traditions and Christian ideals to the
students. Values and support are evident at the
top, with the pastor and the principal, and
flows positively through the teachers, staff and
many active parents.
of a 3rd grader.