Mission of St. Anthony School
Saint Anthony School prepares students to know, love and serve God, community and one another now and in the future through a child-centered environment that is spiritually nourishing, morally sound, academically challenging and socially interactive.
School News & Events
- St. Anthony School was awarded 1st Place Chairman's Award in the Bristol Mum Parade 2013.
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- Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce presents St. Anthony Church and School 1st Place Beautification Award in the... (read more)
- "Best Parochial School in Bristol" awarded to St. Anthony School by The Readers' Choice Awards: 2012-2013 The... (read more)
- December 6, 2013 Early Dismissal- 12:30
- December 7 & 8, 2013 Christmas Bazaar- Church Hall
- December 9, 2013 Feast of the Immaculate Conception- School Mass 8:30AM
- December 10, 2013 Girl Scouts 6-7:30PM- Church Hall
- December 11, 2013 Youth Choir Rehearsal
- December 12, 2013 School Christmas Program 6:30PM Church Hall
St. Anthony School, on the grounds of St. Anthony Church, in Bristol, Connecticut is a pre-kindergarten through grade eight Catholic School under the Archdiocese of Hartford Office of Catholic Schools. The curriculum stresses academic achievement within a Christian community where the child feels that he/she is loved and respected by peers and teachers. United with each other in meaningful liturgy and prayer, the students can further come to an understanding of the Christian life. Here at St. Anthony School, we do our best to “teach as Jesus did.” The curriculum guidelines set forth by the Archdiocese of Hartford, Office of Catholic Schools, consistent with the State of Connecticut guidelines, are followed in the teaching of all secular subject areas. The curriculum is marked by current content and fresh approaches to methodology to keep our school competitive in the 21st century. We strive to offer a program that is interdisciplinary in approach, using a wide range of audio-visual and technology tools that will enhance student learning.