What is St. Anne’s School of Annapolis looking for in an applicant?
We seek to admit enthusiastic and inquiring children who demonstrate intellectual and personal promise; those who will benefit from and continue to build our educational mission and programs; those who can be academically and socially successful; those who can be thoughtful citizens, friends and teammates; and those who can contribute to the community through their personal qualities and varied talents, be they academic, artistic, athletic, musical or otherwise.
How soon can I submit an application for my child?
We begin accepting applications on September 1 of the year prior to anticipated enrollment.
Do I need to submit the application before visiting your campus?
Submitting an application is not necessary before visiting the St. Anne’s School campus. We want the opportunity to get acquainted with you in person and have you tour our facility, meet our students and faculty, and answer any questions you may have. For students in Lower and Middle Schools, a shadow day is a required part of the admissions criteria.
Are applications accepted after the published notification dates?
We continue to accept applications past the regular admissions season, completing them on a rolling basis as space is available and as the grade level waiting pool size allows.
What is your birthday cut-off for Twos, Preschool, Prekindergarten and Kindergarten?
Any child who turns two, three, four, or five respective to the grade level before September 1 can apply to St. Anne’s School.
Does St. Anne’s School offer extended care?
Yes, extended care is available before school beginning at 7:15 a.m. and after school until 6:00 p.m. For more information on our Extended Care Program options, please click here.
Are uniforms required?
Kindergarten through Eighth Grade students are required to wear uniforms; uniforms are optional for Prekindergarten students; and Twos and Preschool students are not required to wear uniforms.
Does St. Anne's School offer transportation?
St. Anne's School is committed to assisting parents with their school transportation needs. Our Parent Transportation Committee has arranged for bus transportation from the Bowie area through the Annapolis Bus Company, Inc. Also, we are happy to assist parents in establishing carpools.
How can I get involved in the St. Anne’s School community?
There are many ways to participate in our school community. Our thriving Parents Association (PA) that includes all parents of our school. The PA offers volunteer opportunities for parents and grandparents alike. Our Welcome Program, coordinated with the PA and the Admissions Office, also plans various New Family Events to welcome new families into our school community. Learn more about how you can be involved by visiting our PA link.