Saint Anthony High School

News and Announcements

Upcoming School Events

To all Friar Families, please click on the link to view the list of school events and activities that will take place for the students at St. Anthony High School as we finish out the remainder of the year.
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Catholic School Exploration

Parents, for a detailed list of the Catholic High Schools that were represented at our recent Exploration Night, please click here. We will continue to be available to you for all questions concerning enrollment, registration and transitioning for the 2017-18 academic school year.
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Celebrating the Legacy - May 12, 2017

St. Anthony High School invites you to celebrate the LEGACY on May 12, 2017 at White Eagle Hall. Join us for a night of memories as we pay tribute to all who have been a part of the FRIAR Family throughout the years. Register online TODAY!
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Women's Guild Luncheon- May 3, 2017!

The 8th Annual Women's Guild Luncheon . . . is still on! We are looking forward to celebrating the positive impact the SAHS Women's Guild has had on countless female Friars throughout the years . . . We hope you will join us to continue the tradition of inspiring the young women we educate to achieve their dreams! REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!
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"St. Anthony's search for a miracle"

Via The Record | By Mike Kelly . . . "In the end, there was no miracle of St. Anthony. No mercy from the creditors. No mega-rich Sugar Daddy with a magic treasure chest to pay all the bills. St. Anthony High School, an educational gem on Jersey City’s Eighth Street that has catered to disadvantaged kids for seven decades, is closing its doors — forever." Click to Read FULL ARTICLE
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"Fishtown nun was driving force behind a miracle"

Via Philly News: "In 1961, on Berks Street in Fishtown, a 14-year-old girl decided that she wanted to become a nun. She hoped, she said later, to do something good for people. So her parents sent her to Immaculate Conception High School in Lodi, N.J., a boarding school run by the Felician Sisters, to begin her training." Click to read FULL ARTICLE.
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