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Advancing Independent & Excited Students Since 1944
The Anthony School educates children PreK3 through 8th grade in a challenging and nurturing environment, engages them through an advanced curriculum, and empowers them to become independent and excited students.
The Anthony School equips children to become curious and passionate learners, creative and confident thinkers, and informed and engaged citizens.
We love learning and believe in the power of life-long learning.
We pursue the highest level of learning and achievement.
We are curious. We seek ways to build our creativity and to innovate.
We think critically, problem-solve, and make informed decisions.
We value a strong work ethic. We know that self-discipline and self-motivation are keys to success.
We believe that learning enriches lives.
We uphold the highest level of integrity.
We are kind and empathetic.
We express gratitude.
We respect others.
When we make a mistake, we accept responsibility for our actions and learn from it.
We believe in the value of honorable character.
We respect and honor the strengths and individuality of others. We strive for unified strength of our individual diversity.
We are confident. We recognize and value our own strengths and uniqueness.
We know that being ourselves infuses the world with new ideas. We strive towards our unique aspirations.
We are sincere. We are true to ourselves.
We believe that prioritizing our health and wellness is essential to achieving our full, unique potential.
We believe that individuality builds confidence, creativity, and innovation.
We respect each other’s differences. We see how our differences make us stronger.
We learn together and support each other in learning and living in our world today.
We have a duty to be good stewards of the resources given to us. We stand for environmental sustainability and care for the earth.
We have open minds and strive to recognize our biases. We listen to each other and collaborate.
We have compassion. When we see a need within our school or community, we take action.
We believe in fostering a sense of community.
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Virtual Learning Tips for the 2020-2021 School Year
The Show Must Go On...line!
The abrupt end of the school year meant events students had worked for all year long often went unf...
Summer Reading - Together!
With the unexpected end of the school year and the stress that many parents experienced in trying t...
COVID-19: Seven Tips for Next School Year
With schools now closed and parents homeschooling, the question on everyone's mind is when will...
Discovering Art in Everyday Life
Graeme Ellzey is the 3rd-8th grade art teacher at The Anthony School. She designed these activities...
Seven Tips to Prepare for the School Year