SAVE THE DATE: 34th Annual St. Anthony High School Monsignor Gualderon Golf Classic, Monday, June 19th, at El Dorado Park Golf Course. Day and evening fun planned for all!

St. Anthony High School

School Profile & Facts

Founded in 1920, we are Long Beach’s only Catholic high school, offering a traditional, values-based co-educational experience, within a safe, caring environment.
 
  • 100% of students graduate, and 100% over the past eight years went on to college or military service
  • In 2016, 80% of graduates were accepted to four-year colleges and universities and earned over $17 million in scholarships
  • 39% Caucasian, 31% Hispanic, 13% African American, 9% Filipino, 6% Asian/Pacific Islander, 2% Multi-Racial, 81% Catholic, 19% Non-Catholic
  • Affordable tuition with a tuition assistance program, including special assistance for families with other students in Catholic elementary schools
  • Four-year intensive and individualized College Preparatory Program for each student
  • Average class size is 23 and student/faculty ratio is 14:1
  • Average SAT and ACT scores are higher than public school, state and national student averages when compared to student averages in specific academic groups
  • Saints’ Scholars Program:  Honors and Advanced Placement Curriculum for students who qualify
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) Integrated Curriculum provides unique learning opportunities across all subjects
  • Each classroom is equipped with interactive technology and multi-media projection
  • A fully wireless campus provides internet access to teachers and students using iPads
  • Religion curriculum provides a foundation in Catholic teachings, but also a global perspective on religions of the world, ethics, values and social justice for students of all faiths
  • Regularly scheduled school Masses, prayer services, retreats and Campus Ministry Program provide ongoing spiritual enrichment opportunities
  • Student service requirements beginning freshman year build character while allowing students to get involved in the community
  • President’s Ambassador Program provides students with leadership development training while offering real world leadership opportunities
  • Ample opportunity to play sports and progress to the varsity level
  • Bus transportation routed throughout the greater Long Beach community as well as to SAHS Athletic Field
  • Strong network of alumni support and community involvement steeped in 96 years of tradition
  • Maximum accreditation through the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) completed in 2016