The History of Our School
The original St. Anne’s Schools, built on the present site in 1960, received pupils from two smaller schools in the area; the three teacher co-ed school, located at St Anne’s Hall of Lower Rd Shankill (now demolished), and a smaller school located in Loughlinstown, just south of the Silver Tassie.
Archbishop McQuaid officially opened St Anne’s School in 1961. The pupils attending the two smaller schools were amalgamated in the new building, which comprised of two separate schools in the same campus, one for boys and one for girls. The new schools cost £20,000 to build.