The fundamental objective of St. Anne's School is to provide the best possible environment for the devolpment of Christian principles, attitudes, and values. To do this, the school must provide multiple experiences, carefully selected in order to accomplish this goal. The major objectives of the Catholic Schools are:
2. To specifically teach Christian principles and values.
3. To teach and work towards peace and justice.
4. To offer personal experiences in Christian living through liturgy, sacramental life, prayer, guidance, and example.
5. To instruct in human knowledge and skills which enable students to actively participate in the parish community and in society.
6. To recognize the dignity of the person.
7. To encourage teachers to be committed Christians and develop professional competence.
Since parents have conferred life on their children, they have a most solemn obligation to educate their offspring. Hence, parents must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children. Their role as eductors is so decisive that scarcely anything can compensate for their failure in it.
It is particularly in the Christian family, enriched by the grace and Sacrament of Matrimony, that from their earliest years children should be taught according to the faith received in Baptism, to have a knowledge of God, to worshiop Him, and to live their neighbor. Religious and positive attitudes and values are rooted in home attitudes and values.