New high school opening in Fort Mill

Fort Mill’s growing community and thriving Saint Anne Catholic School mean big changes for the local school.
A new high school will be opening in Fort Mill this fall, as Saint Anne High School will be moving from its Rock Hill campus to Saint Philip Neri Catholic Church in Fort Mill.  Only the high school will be held at the Fort Mill church, while pre-K through middle school classes will still be held at Saint Anne Catholic School in Rock Hill.

In 2012, Saint Anne was accredited, and in 2014, it expanded to include pre-kindergarten all the way through grade 12. The high school originally began with only six students and is now up to 50. They have been looking for more space for over a year and have finally found it at the Saint Philip Neri Catholic Church. The school as a whole is up to approximately 350 total students.

The school’s move fills a practical need, as it clearly needed more space, and it is also representative of the growing Fort Mill population and community. Feedback from the community has been extremely positive and parents of the Saint Anne students have supported the move. Saint Anne has students from Charlotte, Chester, Fort Mill, Indian Land, Lake Wylie and York, as well as Rock Hill.

For more details and information on this new school’s move and expansion and what it means for the Fort Mill community, be sure to read the full article at Heraldonline.com.

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