Thank you for your interest in our school. We hope you will choose to be part of our school community!
St. Anthony School brings together many cultures, traditions, and experiences to form a vibrant faith community. Our Catholic school fosters a love of Jesus and His Gospel, forming lifelong disciples in service to His Church and society. Beautifully situated over a large campus with a large open field, St. Anthony is a haven at the crossroads of Falls Church, Arlington and Alexandria. Students have plenty of room to run, play, exercise, and explore.
We are blessed to have the full support of our pastor, Fr. Zuberbueler, who is dedicated to providing us with the physical and spiritual provision we need to offer an academically challenging and affordable Catholic education to all families.
As a community, we are called to develop the whole person: spiritually, academically, emotionally, and physically. We equip our students with the 21st Century skills of collaboration, communication, creative and critical thinking, throughout the school day. This is accomplished through a challenging curriculum, differentiated instruction, and a nurturing environment that rooted in the belief that every student can succeed. This is evidenced by our students matriculating into the area’s top high schools and continue to challenge themselves with many Honors and AP level courses.
Through our extra-curricular program of clubs and organizations, students have the opportunity to expand and enrich their interests and skills by choosing to participate from a wide array of activities:
• Altar Servers
• Proclaimers of the Word
• National Junior Honor Society
• Algebra club
• Shakespeare club
• Band, Choir
• Art club
• Student Council
• Battle of the Books
• Tiny Chefs
• Legos Robotics
• CYO sports (Basketball, track)
The St. Anthony community is a place where all are welcomed and where individual gifts and talents are celebrated. We are all united in this mission of “building up the body of Christ,” by forming our students, who are the future of our country and of our Church.
Sincerely Yours in Christ,
Ms. Buçaj, Principal
Father Zuberbueler, Pastor