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St. Anthony School of Milwaukee is a private, Catholic school located in Milwaukee, WI. It has 2,047 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. After graduation, 40% of students from this school go on to attend a 4-year college.
1727 S 9th St
Milwaukee, WI 53204
(414) 384-6612


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of students agree that they feel safe at their school.6 responses
of students agree that they like their school and feel happy there.6 responses
What are your favorite school events or traditions?
Based on 8 responses
  • Homecoming and Prom
  • It's hard to choose. Events chnge every year.


Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
of students and parents agree that students at this school are competitive.8 responses
of students and parents agree that students at this school are creative and artsy.8 responses
of students and parents agree that students at this school are athletic.8 responses


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of students and parents agree that the teachers give engaging lessons.8 responses
of students and parents agree that the teachers genuinely care about the students.8 responses
of students and parents agree that the teachers adequately lead and control the classroom.8 responses

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I've attended St. Anthony High School of Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a single school year, and I can truly say that it was a life-changing experience. As the school puts it, the "two pillars" of a St. Anthony High School education are faith formation and academic excellence, and it really does show. From having all-school Masses every week to hosting FAFSA nights to organizing college field trips to simply having some of the most capable and compassionate teachers in the State of Wisconsin, St. Anthony High School was definitely a place of intellectual and spiritual nourishment. Although the student body is a little wild, this school truly shows promise and has so much to offer for the young men and women who will walk its halls in the generations to come.
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What I like about St. Anthony High school is that all students, even though each one of them is different, we work together and have same expierences. Students defend one another, show each other support, work together as a team, its imortant to be with one another in difficult times. What St. Anthony has taught everyone is that even though differences are a lot, we are still bonded as one, not only through Christ, but because of love and our faith. In St. Anthony we know where our faith is, and what we belived in can't be change, nor the truth can be hide.
Overall, I think this school is pretty basic. You don't get the extras of fun and adventure that would normally make a high school experience memorable. Our clubs and sports are limited. We don't have a traditional event that we do every year that helps bring the school together because we are constantly getting new administrators that bring new ideas to the school, they're not bad ideas but they are not helping students get any closer which goes into my next topic. Everybody is so separated. The division lines between the school's different cliques are so visible. There is no unity whatsoever. Another thing that bugs me about the school is the amount of favoritism that is shown from teachers for only the students they see fit to receive attention. Bad kids will get away with anything because they are usually the most liked! It truly angers me that teachers literally choose who they have close teacher-student relationships with, so they are not exactly the most open minded teachers. One more thing are the counselors. As I entered my senior year I expected to be able to go into my counselor's office and get the attention I need in order to pick out the perfect college for me. Instead, I now go into a counselors' office only to find an empty chair. I suppose if I were to mention what is actually good about this school I'd definitely point out teachers like Mr. Saxton who has been there for every student and always makes himself available to help out anyone weather it's personal or academic. He has shown true respect and loyalty to all students equally. I wish to stop here with everything that's wrong about my school because I believe you get my point. I do wish to state though that all those things that are wrong with my school have truly challenged me to be independent and and figure things out on my own- skills that I can actually apply to the real world.