A History of Excellence... Since 1925!
St. Anne’s School was established in 1925 by St. Anne’s Parish. Located at 385 North “F” Street in Porterville, a new structure was built in the Mission-Revival style to accommodate the school, as well as a new home for the church. Construction was completed under the pastorate of Rev. Patrick Daly. Upon completion of the new church/school in 1925, the original St. Anne’s Church building was demolished. By 1951, a new church building was completed and dedicated across the street from the school.
St. Anne’s School continues the celebration of our Catholic faith with a long history of providing an academically rich and faith-filled education. The majority of St. Anne’s School graduates enter honors or college preparatory courses at local high schools. Most then go on to colleges and universities throughout the United States. We are blessed to contribute to the intellectual and spiritual growth of these fine students and to be recognized in our community as a school of true excellence.
Principal Trueblood's Welcome
Kayla Trueblood, Principal
The cornerstone of the school reads A.M.D.G.
“Ad Majoram Dei Gloriam
To the Greater Glory of God.”
Welcome to St. Anne’s School, home of the Trojans. Our Catholic School is one of welcome, inviting students and families from all faiths to join with us in our pursuit of excellence.
St. Anne’s School is very dear to my heart. I graduated from St. Anne’s School and look back on those formative years with such gratitude for the school and appreciation for my family. I know that my parents sacrificed many luxuries so that my siblings and I could attend. Now, many years later, I send my own children to St. Anne’s. The financial sacrifice that my husband and I accept is far outweighed by the education and faith formation that my children receive. Also, the ability to openly live out one’s faith and discuss the Christian tradition is a major component that only St. Anne’s can offer to students in the Porterville area.
As a mother of St. Anne’s students, and also as the principal, I am secure that the children of our school are surrounded by teachers and staff who are dedicated to both academic and spiritual growth in the classroom. I encourage members of our community to learn more about St. Anne’s School. Often times people are surprised by all that our small school has to offer. It is our prayer that our school family will continue to grow in faith, hope, and love.
Meet Our Excellent Teachers
Meet Our Excellent Staff
Cathy Casares - After School Care
Jesus Garza - Maintenance
Rosanne Huston - Kindergarten Aide, Morning Care
Laura Jacobs - Front Office, Librarian, Academic Decathlon