The Anthony School’s mission is to educate children ages three through eighth grade in a challenging, loving environment which empowers them to become efficient, independent, excited learners.
Focus on the Future
The Anthony School consistently produces students with a strong foundation of academic and social skills, high ethical standards, and a positive attitude toward school.
The Anthony School board of trustees, administration, faculty, and staff are committed to educating each individual student to reach his or her academic potential. We have a history of success based on high academic standards and cooperation among parents, students, and school personnel.
The Anthony School policies and procedures are based on the right of every student to learn and every teacher to teach in an atmosphere of mutual respect. We provide an environment that enables students to make choices, exercise sound judgment, and develop appropriate academic and social behavior. Our goal is to teach students the self-discipline required to be successful academically and socially in school and in the broader community.
The Anthony School is a private, independent school, not affiliated with any church or religious organization. It is our policy to teach children respect and tolerance for persons of different faiths, traditions, and cultures. The curriculum includes customs and traditions from different faiths and cultures. The Head of School will cooperate with individuals whose beliefs might exclude a child from participating in group activities or whose religious beliefs might require an excused absence from school for religious observances when school is in session.
The Anthony School is a non-profit organization that does not discriminate on the basis of religion, ethnic origin, gender, mental and physical disability, or any other consideration unrelated to education.
The Anthony School is accredited by the Arkansas Non-public School Accrediting Association (ANSAA).