Mission & Philosophy
Through the Catholic faith, St. Anastasia Catholic School is dedicated to the religious, academic, physical, and social emotional development of the student.
PhilosophySt. Anastasia Catholic School believes in promoting academic achievement within a Christian environment. Our students become united in faith, academically strong, and socially responsible.
We believe both Christ and the family are the heart of Christian education. We strive to provide a faith community in which religious truths and values are integral. We acknowledge parents as primary educators, and we work toward the facilitation of parent, child and teacher cooperation in the student’s continued educational process. We recognize that our core purpose is the religious, academic, physical, and social development of the student. Through a faith-based Catholic education, our students achieve six distinct goals: to become committed Catholics, academic achievers, effective communicators, critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and technologically competent individuals.
St. Anastasia Catholic School graduates enter the top high schools in the area including: Loyola High School, Marymount High School, Notre Dame Academy, Notre Dame High School, Bishop Montgomery, St. Monica High School, St. Bernard High School, Vistamar, Harvard-Westlake and Pacifica Christian.
St. Anastasia Catholic School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Educational Association. The Visiting Committee from Spring of 2018 wrote a report on the state of the school and it can be found here: Visiting Committee Report