St. Anthony’s High School will be hosting two Accepted Student Open House sessions. Each session will begin in the auditorium with an introduction from our Principal, Brother David O.S.F., followed by presentations from selected faculty, students, and alumni.

At the conclusion of the presentations, prospective students and their families will have an opportunity to meet with faculty from each department to discuss course offerings and ask questions. St. Anthony’s students will also be available to answer questions and provide school tours.

Families must attend one Accepted Student Open House to pick up the materials for Incoming Freshman Course Selection Day. These materials will only be available for families who have registered students.

Families who have not registered yet and wish to do so at one of the Accepted Student Open House sessions will be invited to register in the library.

Session I: Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 7:00 PM – Auditorium

Faculty Speaker

Ms. Megan Sloan

Social Studies Teacher and Women’s Track Coach

Class of 2011

Student Speaker

Aidan Danenza

Class of 2020

Student Speaker

Marlie Bien-Aime

Class of 2020

Alumni Speaker

Mr. Nicholas LaLota and Mrs. Kaylie Howard LaLota

Class of 1996


Session II: Saturday, 25 January 2020, 10:00 AM – Auditorium 

Faculty Speaker

Mr. Nicholas Vasiliades 

Social Studies Teacher and Equity Club Moderator

Class of 2006

Alumni Speaker

MIDN Aidan Felice, 4/C

Class of 2019

Student Speaker

Jaden Jernigan

Class of 2020

Student Speaker

Caitlin Beirne

Class of 2020

Session I: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 7:00pm

Nicholas Espada
Class of 2019
Sophia Iaccino
Class of 2019
Dr. Brian Doelger
Class of 1998

Session II: Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 10:00am

Reverend Monte Chandler, Esq.
Class of 1989


Greg Campisi
Class of 2019
Emily Jacobs
Class of 2019

Open House Program 

Families may meet with representatives from each of the following departments. In parenthesis is the location of each department. 100’s are in the first floor of the academic wing; 300’s are rooms in the new Science Center on the 3rd floor; 500’s are in the concourse level of the Student Center. If you need help, feel free to ask students or faculty for directions.


Mathematics (108)

(Students taking 8th grade Math)

Mathematics (138)

(Students taking Regents Algebra)

Theology (136)

Fine Arts & Drama (135)

Foreign Language (134)

Social Studies (132)

English (130)

International Learning Center (118)

(Student Hosting Opportunities)

Guidance & Student Services

(Padre Pio Room)

(1st Floor, next to rm.125)

Campus Ministry / Service (Chapel)

Science (330)

Science Research Program (329)

Phys. Ed. / Athletics (509)

Chorus (508)

Band/Orchestra (506)

Clubs/Activities (505) 

Theatre Program

(Wed. 1/16 – Room 504)

(Sat. 1/19 – Auditorium)