What is a faith family?
Students from grades K-8 are randomly assigned to a teacher as part of their family. Each “house” has about 17 members with at least one student from each grade level. This “family” remains intact year after year, with the only change being the 8th grader graduating, the new kindergartener entering and any other student new to St. Anselm. Families attend school Masses together, as well as participate in regularly scheduled activities throughout the year. Faith Families provide our students with opportunities to interact with children of different age levels and abilities, and deepens the sense of community that is already so strong in our school.
"A Catholic education gave me a safe environment to learn and grow as a person. It taught me life long lessons about acceptance of all, service and the power of prayer. It gave me a sense of family within friends and endless opportunities to continue to better myself."
Family & Community Events
Dads & Donuts
Father - Daughter Dance
Moms & Muffins
Service Projects & Outreach (Living the Faith)
West Geauga Senior Center
Senior Prayer Partners
Pennies for Patients
Letters for Veterans
Cleveland Clinic - Cancer Center
Candy Donation - Operation Gratitude