Stacie (Healy) Noakes, Class of 1992, and her son Mason, Class of 2025
Stacie said, "I enjoyed attending St. Agnes from 1st through 8th grade. The school population was much bigger then (both school buildings were used), however we didn't have a gym (so our basketball teams had to practice and play elsewhere). The faculty and staff were dedicated to ensuring the students were well prepared for life. When my son (Mason) was 3 and we were looking for a full day Pre-K program, I was pleasantly surprised to see that St. Agnes had one. He has been attending St. Agnes ever since. I believe that St. Agnes is better now than it used to due to: expanded subjects & programs (such as Spanish, Pre-K, summer camps, aftercare), the gym building, more diversity of students, smaller class sizes, more parent involvement & great teacher-to-parent communication. Mason has grown so much over the last 4 years and a big part of that is due to the excellence of his Catholic education at St. Agnes School."
Thomas Kelly, 1974
“What an incredible privilege to attend Saint Agnes School it was, it is, and hopefully it will continue to be. As a student years ago, I often was oblivious to this reality; however, as a parent, I am keenly aware of the abundances of graces enveloping this wonderful institution.”
Jim Romeo, Class of 1989, and his son Henry, Class of 2019
Jim said, "As a 1989 graduate of St. Agnes School, I have many fond memories of my elementary and middle school years including teachers, sacraments, the basketball team, field days and field trips to list a few. But the relationships built and the nurturing atmosphere stands out most. St. Agnes always did and still does feel like home. This is why when starting my own family, it was an easy decision for my wife Angela and I when it came to where our children would be going to school. Henry is currently in 7th grade and will be the last of my kids to graduate from St. Agnes School. He sincerely loves his school and has truly benefited from all the amazing teachers/staff and great friends he has made over the years. He is without a doubt…A Bear For Life! My other two children, Emma (class of 2014) and Charlie (class of 2016) went on to high school at Mt. de Sales and Mt. St. Joe and were very well prepared thanks to the academic expectations and guidance received at St. Agnes."
"St. Agnes School will always be a home away from home for us and we look forward to continuing our involvement in the future and cherish all the great memories we have of this amazing school. GO BEARS"