Welcome to St. Anthony Elementary!

The main goal of New Ulm Area Catholic Schools is to educate our students in a Christian environment and to teach the Catholic faith.

St. Anthony Elementary School opened in 1999 and is home to approximately 200 students in grades P-6. The building is located on the New Ulm Area Catholic Schools campus, which also includes Cathedral High School, Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Church, and the Holy Trinity Convent.

Students consistently excel on standardized tests, scoring well above national averages in all curriculum areas.

Elementary students focus on a strong core curriculum academic program with additional opportunities in physical education, music, art, and computer skills.

St. Anthony Elementary students have current technology available. New Ulm Area Catholic Schools are 1:1 with Chromebooks!

Extracurricular activities available to our students include the following: Writers and Artists Conference, Student Council, Safety Patrol, Spelling Bee, RoboHounds, Math Masters, NewsHounds, Super Hoopers, and Super Spikers.

All faiths are welcome! 

Grades P-12 on one campus

Academics at St. Anthony Elementary

St. Anthony Elementary provides:

The students at St. Anthony Elementary School in grades 1-6 take the NWEA Maps Skills Tests three times per year. These assessments measure achievement in several important content areas including reading, mathematics, and language arts.

The group results showed that the St. Anthony Elementary students scored above the national average in each core area.

Faith Life at St. Anthony Elementary

Students are guided in their faith through daily religion classes.  The students also partake in living out their faith through many different activities including: