St. Anthony - Winsted
Phone: 860-379-7521 | Fax: 860-379-7523
Address: 55 Oak St., Winsted, 06098
Grades: Pre-K (age 3) through Grade 8
Interim Principal: Scott Norton
Founded in 1865 under the Order of Friars Minor, St. Anthony School, the longest continuously operating school in the Archdiocese of Hartford, celebrates 150 years of providing a quality education in the Franciscan spirit. St. Anthony School has graduated thousands of students who have gone on to complete their academic careers with distinction. Located in Winsted, Connecticut, and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, St. Anthony School provides students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade eight with the religious, social, and intellectual skills needed for success and guides them toward their development as faith-filled Catholics and responsible citizens. A partnership between faculty members and parents is key to ensuring a comprehensive education for students. Parents appreciate the strong academic focus and sense of order provided by St. Anthony School. Faculty set high standards for achievement and work closely with students to help them succeed. Individual attention with discipline and order helps students feel safe and allows them to focus on what matters. The well rounded curriculum includes classes in Spanish, Computers, Fine Arts, Music and Physical Education for all grades as well as Algebra being offered for qualified 8th grade students. Up to date technology is utilized in all classrooms through the use of Smartboards and the use of Google based Chromebooks is integrated in grades 6 through 8. A variety of extracurricular activities are available including band, sports, Student Service Council, chorus and drama. Full day Kindergarten is provided as well as a variety of Pre-K schedule options. Beyond the regular school day, Before and After School care is also available. Our faculty, staff, priests, parish, and community instill in students the value of service to others in keeping with our motto, Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve. In the Franciscan spirit, students regularly reach out to various communities to share God’s love and mercy. We are a community of faith-filled people dedicated to providing a Catholic education to the children of St. Joseph Parish and neighboring communities. Service and compassion hold the school community together. As our students enter to learn in our school community, they leave to serve their own communities and the Kingdom of God.