Have Faith In Your Child's Future
St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School offers students a chance to live their faith journey to the fullest! We are a Catholic school and embrace education that develops the mind, body and spirit. The study of Religion and moral issues is appropriate for the students, especially, as they prepare themselves for adulthood and responsibilities in a complex world.
The student body consists of both Catholic students and students of other faiths. For Catholic students, the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church are reinforced. Catholic students also receive instruction and preparation for the sacraments of First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation. First Reconciliation and First Eucharist are celebrated in 2nd grade, while Confirmation occurs in 7th grade. Students of other denominations are comfortable within our halls to share their own faiths and ask questions.
Prayer services and Masses at St. Anne Catholic Church offer opportunities to worship God, facilitate spiritual growth and provide meaningful, age-appropriate messages that relate faith to life. While Mass is a Catholic celebration, it is truly an exciting opportunity for the entire student body and faculty to gather as one to share their love for Jesus. Parents and guests are always welcome to attend school Masses and prayer services.
Prayer is an integral part of daily life at St. Anne-Pacelli. Prayer over the intercom begins and ends each day. Classes, clubs, meetings, and athletic events may also begin and end with a prayer. The Religion curriculum ranges from Bible history to comparative religions, to morality, ethics and sociology. As an extension of the Religion curriculum, we offer high school students an annual spiritual retreat that helps them along their faith journey.
We also provide opportunities for community service. One hundred percent of our students participate in class service projects. As a school, we collect items for St. Anne Community Outreach, a ministry that provides food and clothing to Muscogee County residents in great need or in emergency situations. Twelfth graders complete a more focused, year-long service project to help them understand the impact they can have on others.
At St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic School, we aim to make every endeavor – whether it be on the football field, in the classroom or in church – a faith-filled event.