About St. Anastasia
When you ask the alumni of St. Anastasia Catholic School to pick a word or phrase that reflects on their learning years you will hear words like faith, love, close-knit, caring, smart, and other positives. The seeds and values of their success were planted in their early learning years.
St. Anastasia Catholic School's impression on the community dates back over 100 years to 1914 when Father Gabriel Ruppert's vision took root until its evolution into today's more modern society.
The philosophy of St. Anastasia Catholic School believes each student is a unique child of God, called to achieve excellence by nurturing the mind, body and soul in the image and likeness of God.
"School liturgy, daily prayer, religious education, Catholic Sacraments, service days, retreats, competitive athletics, family picnics and many other formative opportunities all contribute to an environment that is guided by the spirit and not by governments or the random demands of our society." said school principal, Dr. Kevin Hoeffner.