Middle School

Welcome to St. Anne’s Middle School!

We pride ourselves on each and every aspect of our middle school life. We know it is the time in a young person's life when they want to become more independent by taking charge of their learning. During these middle school years, we help foster the child's ability to become a self-advocate. This life skill will build self-confidence as they continue to grow and mature.

As an Episcopal School, St. Anne’s is committed to living our school’s mission. We strive to enhance the intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, and artistic growth of our students. Evidence of the importance of our mission can be experienced when you step through the red doors, in the classroom, advisory, assemblies, and on the playing fields.

St. Anne’s is a place where fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students begin to see themselves as independent learners. This shift is developmentally appropriate and sets the stage for success in high school. In addition to the core subjects (math, science, social studies and language arts) our students study Spanish and the Arts. The study of Spanish is also an integral part of the core curriculum; it allows students to acquire another language which is a skill that is becoming more important in our 21st century  globally connected lives.

Our middle school teachers know just how to present their lessons to spark the interest of their students. Together, teachers and students explore our rich academic program to prepare them to successfully take their place in any high school they choose. And we are proud to say that our graduates report to us that they are well prepared – regardless of the type of high school they chose!


Teaching Tolerance

NAIS Diversity & Inclusion Resources

(National Association of Independent Schools)

Great Minds Discuss Ideas

At the end of their second trimester Language Arts studies, every eighth grader presents a four-six minute TED Talk on a topic about which he or she feels passionately.

7th & 8th Grade Science Fair

Our seventh and eighth graders recently presented the results of their rigorous investigation of selected scientific questions. Learn what was involved - and the names of this year's winners!