St. Anselm's at a Glance

Overview
Founded 1942 by the Benedictine monks of St. Anselm's Abbey
Affiliation Roman Catholic; Benedictine
Campus Size 40 acres
Grades Forms A-VI (Grades 6-12)
Student Population Academically motivated young men
Totals
Total Students (2016-2017) 256
Faculty 44 (full- and part-time)
Non-teaching Staff 13
Faculty with Advanced Degrees 74%
Faculty and Staff of Religious Order 5
Student/Teacher Ratio 7:1
Students of Color 37%
School Hours 7:55 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. (after-care provided until 6:00 p.m. daily)
Academics
Advanced Placement Courses Offered 24
Average SAT Scores 684 Verbal, 667 Math (10-year average); 667 Writing (5-year average)
National Merit Scholars and Commended Students 36% of students (5-year average, 2010-2014)
Graduates Accepted to Accredited 4-year Colleges and Universities 100%
Athletics
Sports Teams 20
League Affiliation Potomac Valley Athletic Conference
League Championships (Since 1996) 52
Structural
Buildings 3
Academic Building Renovated in 2008; includes updated science and computer labs, art studio, lecture hall and library
Athletic Complex & Devine Performing Arts Center $9 million facility completed in 2003
Monastery Home to the 16 Benedictine monks of St. Anselm’s Abbey
Financial
Tuition (2016-2017) $25,900-$26,900
Students Receiving Financial Aid 36% of students
Total Financial Aid Awarded $1.1 million +

A school in the 1,500-year Benedictine tradition.