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St. Anthony School Accepting Applications for Second Semester

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Photo: Students from the St. Anthony School Sign Language class, from left to right Sofia Andrade, (9) Mikayla Gerard (9) and Mya Hollifield (11). Courtesy photo.

St. Anthony School has reopened the application process for families interested in enrolling their children for the second semester of the 2020-21 school year. The application process only applies to students currently in grades 6 -11.  Students will return for the second semester on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021.

St. Anthony School opened the school year on Aug. 4 with all-day, every day, on campus instruction for its students in Grades K -12.

“We continue to hear from families that are very frustrated, worried and unsure about their child’s educational options after the holidays. We want to reach out to the community and offer an excellent alternative, a place where their children can get back on track, participate in person, and experience academic, social, athletic and spiritual growth,” said Tim Cullen, Head of School.


The curriculum is designed to create opportunities for students in Grades 6-11 by providing flexible scheduling so any course needed can be offered, administrators said. In addition to traditional Math, Science, English, and Social Sciences, classes may also include Marine Science, Digital Media, American Sign Language, Music, Arts and more. Currently, volleyball, basketball, track, and fitness are being offered as intramural sports.

Parents and guardians interested in applying can email the school at [email protected] or visit the SAS website for more information. All applications will be reviewed as they come in. Tuition assistance is available for those that qualify.

Open Registration for the 2021-2022 school year begins in February 2021 with preference for placements given to current families enrolled this year.


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