S.A.F.E. is grateful for our school parents support of our 2016-17 Annual Giving Campaign and 2017 Ladies and Gentlemen’s events. SACS students are the direct beneficiaries of donations made to... Read more
In 1926 Saint Anthony Catholic School opened its doors to become the first Catholic school in Broward County.
There were sixty-four students who attended that first year. The hopes, dreams, hard work and love of God exhibited by the Adrian Dominican Sisters who ran Saint Anthony Catholic School until 1982 are alive and well today. During the 2016-2017 school year, we celebrated our 90th anniversary of serving the Catholic Community of Broward County. We have over 450 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten Three through Grade Eight.
Saint Anthony Catholic School provides students with a curriculum that adheres to standards mandated by the Archdiocese of Miami and the State of Florida. The school is dedicated to providing our leaders of tomorrow enrichment opportunities that are rigorous in creativity, encourages communication & collaboration, & provides opportunities for our students to think critically.View more
2017-18 Open Enrollment is February 2017 for Grades PK3 through 8th Grade. Wait list Applications may be submitted for certain grades (PK3, 3rd – 8th) and will be subject to availabilty throughout the school year.View more
The mission of Saint Anthony Catholic School Athletics is to provide a dynamic Christian environment which promotes teamwork, competitiveness, and self-discipline. The goal is to build character and sportsmanship which will become lift-long traits.View more
St. Anthony second grader Christopher Warner looks up at Archbishop Thomas Wenski before receiving Communion at the 90th anniversary Mass for the school, April 3 in Fort Lauderdale. Click here... Read more