Saint Anne Catholic School’s first eighth grade class graduated in 1959 making these students the first alumni of the school. Fast forward almost 6 decades later, and Saint Anne Catholic School proudly boasts over 1500 alumni. We are so proud of all our alumni and their accomplishments.
Change is a constant variable. Students graduate, faculty retire and new staff members join our growing family. However, our school mission “…committed to the fundamental obligation to teach and live the Gospel message as well as preparing students to be productive, responsible and effective members of the world community” endure.
We appreciate our alumni, and look forward to continuing our relationship.
Meet some our Alumni
St. Anne Class of 2010
My name is Rebecca Dunne and I am a proud member of the St. Anne Class of 2010, Bishop Gorman Class of 2014, and Gonzaga University Class of 2018. Currently, I am Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in the Peace Corps as a Volunteer in Western Ukraine. My weeks are currently very busy and consist of the following: team teaching fifteen English language classes for grades three through eleven, hosting three different English speaking clubs for both students and community members, living with a host family, learning the Ukrainian language, integrating into a new community, and working on different projects with my primary English speaking counterpart, Mariana. As the Peace Corps is a 27-month commitment, I will be living and working in Ukraine for the next two years. As a proud Catholic School attendee from the first grade until the end of college, I have constantly been reminded of the importance of helping others in a spirit of mutual cooperation, and that is one of the primary reasons I wanted to join the Peace Corps.