St. Anthony High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. St. Anthony High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
St. Anthony High is accredited for Grades 9 through 12 by the Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools. The Middle States Commission explains that “An ‘Accredited’ institution is an educational organization that meets all MSA Standards for Accreditation, adheres to applicable MSA policies, and meets the requirements of the self-study protocol used. The institution agrees to adhere to the requirements for maintenance of accreditation, and there are no outstanding issues related to the Standards or requirements of the protocol that would require monitoring of on-site visits beyond the normal expected events required by the protocol utilized.”
SEAL, MASCOT, COLORS, MOTTO
A torch on an open book signifies learning; the stigmatized hand of St. Francis on the Immaculate Heart of Mary symbolizes the teaching community of the school; and the lilies are symbolic of St. Anthony, the school patron.
SCHOOL MASCOT / THE FRIAR
Deus in omnibus
(God in everything)
|Period 1||8:20 – 9:00 a.m.|
|Morning Assembly||9:03 – 9:13 a.m.|
|Period 2||9:16 – 9:56 a.m.|
|Period 3||9:59 – 10:39 a.m.|
|Period 4A||10:42 – 11:05 a.m.|
|Period 4B||11:08 – 11:31 a.m.|
|Period 4C||11:34 – 11:57 a.m.|
|Period 5||12:00 – 12:40 p.m.|
|Period 6||12:43 – 1:23 p.m.|
|Period 7||1:26 – 2:06 p.m.|
|Academic Support||2:09 – 2:46 p.m.|
RECORDS AND TRANSCRIPTS
A parent/guardian may by appointment with the academic dean view his/her student’s academic record, academic standardized test results and health records.
Transcripts of academic and health records may not be given directly to the parent/guardian in the event of a transfer. A request for transfer must be submitted in written form by a parent/guardian. Transcripts will be sent directly from school to school when the sending school receives an official written request from the receiving school. If the parent/guardian does not submit a request for transfer that includes an authorization to send a transcript, the receiving school must secure permission from the parent/guardian to request the transcript from the sending school.
* Transcripts that accompany college applications or scholarship applications are processed by the School and not given to the student.