St. Ann Key Facts
An enrollment of
169 Kindergarten through
Average class size of 17
Student to certified
staff ratio of 11:1
Accredited by the Missouri Non-Public School Accrediting Association
Our certified teaching staff has an average of 15 years of experience
A large athletics program with teams for soccer, golf, basketball, cheer, baseball/softball, track, and volleyball.
Typically, 100% of St. Ann Graduates are accepted by the high school of their choice
St. Ann graduates attend Incarnate Word Academy, CBC, St. Louis U. High, St. Joseph’s Academy, Cor Jesu, DeSmet Jesuit, Lutheran North, Chaminade, Rosati-Kain, Cardinal Ritter, Alton Marquette, Duchesne Catholic, and more!
The 11 acre campus provides countless learning opportunities outside the classroom. Our farm features 25 raised garden beds, trellis climbing vines, wind and solar power, compost, rainwater collection, chickens, and honey bees. A humble fruit orchard, rolling green meadow, wooded perimeter, and a creek round out the school’s outdoor offerings.
Faith and Family
St. Ann welcomes students from all faith perspectives. Students have opportunities for prayer, worship, and a deepening connection with Jesus Christ and their fellow classmates. Weekly Mass, Liturgical Choir, Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction, and celebrations of the liturgical year, punctuate a daily faith dynamic of morning prayers, birthday blessings, mealtime prayer, daily Examen, religion/theology coursework, and a general bond to the church and parishioners who do so much to support our school.
St. Ann students learn the joy of service, practicing the lifelong skill of being a woman or man for others. St. Ann has the only Catholic Social Teaching coursework requirements including deep explorations of the Church’s work and stance on modern and historical world issues and the ever present reminder that St. Ann students are building the skills to continue that important work for generations to come.
Integrated Arts Curriculum
Art and Technology are taught by the same full-time award-winning teacher. The two disciplines are taught side by side. Meeting three times a week allows students to engage in larger projects. The skills of art and the tools of technology are closely linked in today’s world.