The mission of this Catholic faith community is to provide a safe and nurturing environment rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, where Catholic doctrine and values are integrated with a challenging curriculum. The faculty, staff, and priests work together with families to develop graduates who are disciples of Christ, reflective and critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and healthy and balanced children. Inspired by the school's crest, the faculty and staff of St. Anastasia Catholic School agree to commit their lives to being disciples of Christ, build and participate in the Parish Community, and develop their own unique Christian Character in the image of Jesus Christ.
Visit Our Pre-K
We are extremely proud of our Pre-K program. Our program serves children ages three and four with both full-day and half-day programs. We are proudly a Voluntary Pre-K Provider and boast a 92% Florida Department of Education VPK Readiness Rate. Our Readiness Rate is 2nd highest in St. Lucie County! Click here for details!
We encourage you to visit the Pre-K program online and in person to learn about our happy learning environment filled with the joy of discovery! Click here to learn more about our Pre-K Program.
St. Anastasia Catholic Church and School has embarked on its first Joint Capital Campaign. This endeavor will benefit our campus buildings and grounds, that have been sacrificed for decades for the greatest resources, that of our families, children, seniors and the poor; receive a well-deserved physical update, in order to continue to effectively service our growing faith community for generations to come. Click HERE for more details.
June 17 Summer Office Hours Begin Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
July 22-25 Hall of Fame Basketball Camp
August 12 First Day of School - Noon Dismissal
Summer Reading & Math News
Students entering kindergarten will receive a "fine motor" packet to complete this summer. Please return this packet to the kindergarten teachers on the first day of school.
Students entering grades 1-8 are invited to participate in a Summer Reading Challenge!
Students entering grade 1 will keep a written log of the books they have read.
Students entering grades 2-8 should read at least two AR books over the summer and must complete two AR tests by August 30 (recommended reading level will be provided). These AR tests must be completed at school once we return for the new year. The Media Center will not be open for testing this summer.
Students entering grades 1-2 will be given a paper math packet to complete over the summer. Packets should be returned to the classroom teacher by August 14.
Students in grades 3-8 will be assigned summer math practice using our digital Math Program, IXL.
2019-20 Supply Lists
Click here for the 2019-20 Supply Lists for all grade levels.