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New School Campaign

Campaign Home & Project Status


We invite you to explore this site and learn more about the New School Campaign..


The new Pre-K - 5th grade facility will be in the heart of campus. This  will transform the school campus by consolidating and connecting learning spaces for all of our students while also improving campus grounds, adding student play areas and enhancing building safety and operating efficiency. All of these changes come at a time when our older school buildings are nearing the end of their useful life and many of the systems are no longer able to be affordably maintained. Once the Pre-K - 5th grade is completed we will move right into remodeling the middle school.​












Issue # 14 - Friday, June 14th - Newsletter: CLICK HERE














Archived Newsletters 

Trailer: The Saga (started Issue #7 of Newsletter)

For more information,
please contact:







Andy Nichols

Executive Director of Development
503-639-4179 ext.122

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A Place to Connect and Become

St. Anthony Catholic School is a diverse community that promotes the dignity and respect of all people in the teachings of the Catholic Church and prepares students to be faith-filled individuals, responsible citizens and lifelong learners. Our mission is fulfilled when students are connected to the adults, institutions, and experiences needed to develop the knowledge, skills, maturity, and sense of purpose required to live meaningful lives as adults through the lens of Love, Learn, Serve.

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Building a Solid Foundation

St. Anthony prepares its students for the future by laying a solid foundation for success beyond 8th grade. St. Anthony’s alumni are prepared emotionally, spiritually, academically, physically, and mentally for the challenges that lie ahead. Because of the support and connectedness received through the St. Anthony community, students pursue their dreams with confidence and conviction.

“While my children were at St. Anthony, they at times struggled academically, but the teachers pushed them to be their best in a loving way. Although we never like to see our kids struggle, I can honestly say the academics in high school are easy for my kids due to the way St. Anthony prepared them. And it was not just the Academics, it was also the social and emotional growth. Simply put, they prepared my children for life. And for that, I am forever grateful.”

– Chris Turley, Parent of Alum

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