As the number one goal in life is to get to heaven, St. Anthony of Padua School will form a bond with God above.
Together each day, we will strive for excellence in academics, service, kindness, and love.

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St. Anthony's Famous Pierogi Sale !


Potato-n-Cheese or Sauerkraut


St. Anthony Parish, 1305 East Erie Ave, Lorain,

in the Social Hall Basement


Pick-Up:      10am - 5:30pm

Sale Dates:  Feb 20th,   Feb 27th,

                   Mar 6th,    Mar 13th,    Mar 20th,    Mar 27th


Prices:   Uncooked Frozen:  $6 / dozen

             Cooked with butter & onions:  $7 / dozen



                School Tours Available,

               Call 440-288-2155 today!


Your child will qualify for FREE TUITION if they attend one of these following schools…

Larkmoor Elementary, Frank Jacinto Elementary,

Garfield Elementary, Hawthorne Elementary,              

Helen Steiner Rice Elementary, Palm Elementary, 

Stevan Dohanos Elementary, Washington Elementary, 

General Johnnie Wilson Middle, 

Longfellow Middle School



               Pierogi Production Schedule

Parents:  Click on the PTU tab (above) 

or the "Pierogi Production" Event Date (right)

to check for the Pierogi Volunteer Schedule




Welcome to St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School!  A special greeting to those visiting our school website for the first time!  We are proud of our Catholic spirituality and academic excellence that we have maintained for more than 89 years. St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School is in Lorain, Ohio. We currently have over 260 students in Preschool – 8th grade. The faculty and staff are highly qualified and dedicated to helping enrich the lives of students’ academically and spiritually.


As you tour the website, you will see the many reasons we are an exceptional and accredited school.  St. Anthony of Padua students strive daily to achieve academic excellence and serve others with kindness and love.


St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School follows the Diocese of Cleveland Graded Course of Study. The Cleveland Diocese High Standards of Learning are collaborated with the Ohio Common Core Learning Standards.  In addition, we offer art, library, physical education, computer, Spanish and band. We also provide Title I services such as; speech, an intervention specialist teacher and a school psychologist. Reading and Math Enrichment groups are also offered to students.


We have many exciting learning opportunities happening each day in our school. We hope you take the opportunity to learn more about us and all that we have to offer. Call the school office at 440-288-2155 for a tour and more information on how you can join our school learning community!


In Service of Youth,

Joseph M. Akosi





Attention All St. Anthony Alumni

Calling All St. Anthony Alumni! We have some exciting things in the works for you. Don't miss out! Please update your info with us by clicking here. Share with fellow alumni you know! Thanks!

Easter Egg Hunt

Bring your own camera to take pictures with the Easter Bunny, make crafts, and more!  Saturday, March 28th at 4:00 p.m. in the gymnasium and outside (weather permitting).The Easter Egg Hunt is for kids age 0 - 4th grade, St. Anthony's PSR and day school kids.
Donations needed: wrapped candy for filling the Easter eggs.  Please drop off donations to School or Parish Office.  Thank you in advance!

Fox Creek Golf 7th Annual Deacon Jim Debrason Golf Outing

On Saturday, May 16th, St. Anthony School will be hosting the 7th Annual Deacon Jim Debrason Golf Outing. Deacon Jim Debrason was a big supporter of Catholic Education, and he enjoyed sharing time with family and friends on the golf course. All proceeds go directly to St. Anthony School.

Click on " READ MORE" to find out more about this annual event.

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March Students of the Month

The following students have been chosen as Student of the Month for the month of March. Congratulations to all of these students! To see the list click on "read more".


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Snow Day Information

The St. Anthony 2014-2015 School Year Calendar has 12 snow days and 3 Blizzard Bag days built in.  That enables us a total of 15 "snow days"! As of February 26, we have used a total of 7, putting our balance at 8 days. Let's hope March is better then February!
Snow Day Reminders:
 * St. Anthony's is closed if Lorain City Schools is closed
 * If school is closed, there is no pierogi production
 * If school is closed, all after school activities are cancelled
 * Pierogi and Bake Sales still run

Free Fundraising

Did you know that St. Anthony School participates in fundraisers that require no extra money? We participate in several fundraisers that only require you to either use your shopping cards, REDcard, or even turn in labels and boxtops off of the products you are already purchasing.



We recently earned two $50 Visa giftcards from Campbell's Labels for Education Program. Thank you for those who have been turning in both labels and boxtops. Keep up the great work! To read more about how you can earn free money for our school, click here.

It's Pierogi Time!

Pierogi production dates are just around the corner. Production starts on January 6th and runs until March 26th. Sales start on February 18th and run until March 27th.  If you would like to donate your time to help with production, you are in luck. There are two production times: a morning shift: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and an evening shift: 6-8:30 p.m. Sales will take place from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. All production and sales will take place in the Social Hall.  


Please remember that pierogi proceeds benefit the school in a multitude of ways. Technology, Academic Software, Jr High dances, Santa Secret Shop, Staff Appreciation, Classroom Wish Lists, Field Trips, Instructional Supplies, 8th Grade Graduation Supplies, Catholic High School Freshman Scholarships and even Building Insurance.


On sale days, students will be permitted to purchase pierogies, as well as cabbage and noodles, for lunch.  They will also be able to purchase from the bake sale after school.  More detailed information will be sent home to students in the beginning of February.

Click "Read More" for a list of the production and sale dates.


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