St. Anthony Catholic School was dedicated on September 27, 1927, in the belief that education is one of the most important ways that the Catholic Church fulfills its commitment to bring about the kingdom of God. Today, St. Anthony educates students, preschool through eighth grade, meeting and/or exceeding all Wyoming state academic standards while offering students a Gospel-based perspective. Our students have many opportunities to live their faith as they study together, pray together, and reach out to assist others around them. We expect our students to be well-behaved, responsible, and caring individuals who are ready to learn and lead according to the Gospel.
St. Anthony Tri-Parish Catholic School follows Wyoming Department of Education Standards. Students take NWEA Growth Assessment tests to evaluate annual progress. Scores also function as a tool to help teachers and administration implement changes to ensure academic excellence for each and every child.
Students are held to a high standard of academic achievement, discipline, and Christian values. St. Anthony School enhances basic curriculum with the following:
- Religious Education at all grade levels
- Spanish Foreign Language Program at all grade levels
- Music Program – includes band and choir
- Art Program
- Integrative Technologies at all grade levels
- Athletics Programs
- Extracurricular Groups
- Field Trips
- Physical Education at all grade levels