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Welcome to the homepage of St. Anselm's Abbey School, where students are known, respected, and cared for by faculty, staff, and peers; where exploring ideas and loving learning are cool.
Welcome to our website. While you are here, I hope you will explore our rigorous academic offerings, learn more about our outstanding students and faculty, and come away with a sense of the Pax in Sapientia—Peace in Understanding, the school's motto—that we strive to instill in each of our students.
Explore our rigorous, classical Middle School and High School curriculum, including information for each of the courses and teachers.
With year-by-year tips, summer and internship opportunities, and college rep visits, our College Counseling office ensures each graduate enters a 4-year college.
View all of the upcoming events at St. Anselm's, for Athletics, Alumni, College Counseling, and more.
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Former teacher Tom Schlafly spoke on how his Benedictine education guided his view of service, intellectual life, and faith
Read the bios of the 12 presenters for Career Day on Sept. 15
Click here to see the exam schedules for Middle School, Forms III and IV, and the Upper Division.
Quentin Powers advances to National Geographic Bee. Congratulations!
Summer Reading Lists
Student Handbook 2014-15
College Counseling Website
Call to support others as a community, impelled by the love for Christ above all things.
Participation in the Benedictine liturgy, lectio, and personal prayer to grow mindful of God’s eternal presence and open to the movement of the Spirit.
Committing oneself to a place for a lifetime through prayer and work, cultivating lasting relationships among confreres, faculty, students, and parents.
Conversion of self, by daily commitment to Christ rather than self-centered preoccupations, getting up again after one falls, and letting oneself be transformed to give glory to the Lord.
Listening to one another with mercy, working to understand and anticipate the needs of others, and acting to serve those needs, which may be different than our own.
A daily dedication to begin again in facing responsibilities, stretching beyond one’s comfort level to master complex practices and ideas.
Walking in true knowledge of self in relation to God, others and creation; recognizing limitations without losing hope, and accepting gifts without becoming arrogant.
Revering all of creation in its beauty and proper use, recognizing it as a gift from God, and using what we have for the sake of all people.
Welcoming others as Christ, offering a place in which persons and ideas feel “at home” where each can be transformed by one another on a common journey.
Embracing a shared life in the classroom and in extracurricular activities, through prayer and academic work for the common good of self and each other for today, tomorrow and forever.