School Curriculum

The basic curriculum at Saint Anthony’s includes required courses in:

  • Theology
  • English
  • Social Studies
  • Physical Education (4 years)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • French or Spanish (3 years)
  • Health
  • Art, Music or Drama (1 year)

Honors and Advanced Placement courses are offered to students who qualify, with electives in all disciplines. Even before New York State required it, all students were called upon to receive a Regents diploma.

With a passing grade of 75%, all students are expected to pursue a high standard of excellence. It is a source of great pride at Saint Anthony’s that almost every student moves on to a college or university, many of them receiving National Merit Letters of Commendation and millions of dollars worth of college and university scholarships.

Saint Anthony’s High School is chartered by the State of New York and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. When entering as a Saint Anthony’s as a Freshman (after taking the Catholic High School Entrance Exam) or as a transfer student (telephone the school for an application), admission is based on the following criteria:

  • The demonstrated ability to succeed in a college preparatory school
  • The student’s expressed desire to attend “The School with a Difference”