Welcome back, SAINTS!!!  First full day of school for ALL students: Wednesday, August 23rd. PARENTS:  Back To School Night is set for Tuesday, September 6, 5:30 pm in the Courtyard.

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 2017, 70% of graduates were accepted to four-year colleges and universities and earned over $12.3 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 97 years of tradition
  • Maximum accreditation by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) through 2022