St Anthony’s encourages all members of its school community to grow in faith, live lives of Christian stewardship, and serve as witnesses to the evangelizing mission of the Church.
Religious education, prayer and sacraments are part of our students’ daily experience across every grade level. We also offer sacramental preparation classes. Our high school prepares around 40 students for confirmation every year, and over 100 2nd grade students receive their First Communion.
Students and staff alike also have opportunities for prayer, service and formation outside of the classroom.
Many students participate in our high school campus ministry program or in one of our numerous service initiatives, such as meal programs, clothing drives, and blood drives. Groups from St. Anthony’s also participate in archdiocesan programs such as John Bosco Youth Day and Sal y Luz.
We are also proud to have been recognized in the annual report for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Schools for our work in supporting and fostering vocations to the priesthood and religious life. We host representatives from the Archdiocesan Vocations Office and various religious orders throughout the year, and hold a variety of activities for students during National Vocations Awareness Week.