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St. Anthony Catholic School offers a quality Catholic education to all students PreK - 12th grade, while respecting the dignity of every child. Race, nationality, or other forms of discrimination will not prevent a child from being accepted into our school.

St. Anthony School participates in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program. In order to apply for MPCP you must complete the online application. 


  • Open enrollment for School Choice children take place during designated time, selected each year. Notifications are sent by Class Dojo & Social Media. 2020 - 2021 Milwaukee Choice Program dates are listed below:
    • Feb 3rd - 20th
    • March 1st - 20th
    • May 1st - 20th
    • August 1st - 20th
    • September 1st - 14th
  • If you qualify for the Choice program and have been selected with a Choice seat at St. Anthony School, the cost of tuition is covered in full through this program.

Apply for School Choice

Need support in applying for the Choice program:

  • May 5th , 12th ,19th , 2020 - All Campuses from 4 pm - 6 pm
  • Monday - Friday from 8 am - 4:30 pm at Admissions Department at 414.833.3700 or stop by the office located in Maria Hall at 929 W Mitchel St, Milwaukee, WI 53204
  • You can also text your documents/information to the admission office at 414.559.1591 and 414.559.0340
  • Renewing? Stop at your campus with necessary documentation.

Learn More About School Choice


Families who are not participating in the Milwaukee Choice Program, but are interested in enrolling your children please contact the Admissions Department at 414-837-3300 or stop by the office located in Maria Hall at 929 W Mitchel St, Milwaukee, WI 53204 or email for more information regarding available payment plan programs.

The total cost for tuition at St. Anthony School is:

  • K4 - 8th Grade - $8,300
  • 9th - 12th Grade - $8,946
  • Parishioners - $1,600

Scholarship Opportunities

St. Gerard Scholarships

St. Gerard Scholarship applications are now available for eligible Catholic school students.

The St. Gerard Fund will award up to 100 scholarships for the 2020-21 school year in the amount of $800 to eligible elementary students in grades 3rd -7th, and $1000 to eligible 8thgrade students.

Students must be entering grades 3rd - 8th at a qualifying Catholic grade school or be enrolled as an incoming freshman at one of the following Catholic high schools in Milwaukee County: Cristo Rey Jesuit, Divine Savior Holy Angels, Dominican, Marquette, Messmer, Pius XI, St. Anthony, St. Joan Antida, and St. Thomas More.

Awards will be based primarily on:

  1. Demonstrated volunteerism by the student and the student’s family in the school, church or community.
  2. Academic achievement or demonstrated academic effort by the student.
  3. Special financial need of the student’s family.

A completed application form must be submitted to the school office by April 3, 2020. Students who receive Choice funding are not eligible for this scholarship. Please contact Janelle Luther at in the Schools’ office for information and application forms. (The student must be currently attending a Catholic school to qualify for this scholarship)

St. Gerard Application


A scholarship to four students at St. Anthony School for the 2020-2021 academic year. The expectation and intent is that the Faith In Our Future scholarship will be renewed each year and follow the student through the four years of high school (assuming the student remains enrolled and needs financial assistance).Therefore, scholarships for next year would go to a senior, a junior, and a sophomore -this year's recipients -plus an incoming freshman. 

The Trustees intend for the scholarships to be awarded to students who have demonstrated a financial need, and leave it to your school's discretion as to whether additional factors will be considered when selecting the Faith In Our Future Scholars.

St. Anthony School will inform the students and their parents that the student has been awarded a "Faith In Our Future Scholar" grant, funded by the Faith In Our Future Trust.