A local principal who has led her school since its inception is retiring

Anne Schulz
Anne Schulz

Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School Principal and CEO Sister Anne Schulz, C.PP.S., announced that she will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. Sister Anne has been Principal of the school since its inception in 1998.

Before coming to MTCES, Sister Anne, a member of the Precious Blood religious order, was a principal at Precious Blood School in Dayton for six years.


She has received many honors, and was the recipient of the prestigious Sister Helen Lucille Habig award from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and a 2009 West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance Woman of Excellence.

Sister’s approach to teaching has always been to educate the whole child and challenge students. “Every child has his own unique talents,” said Sr. Anne. “I believe all of our students have the ability to be faith-filled leaders. We exist to help all children become the best version of themselves.” She is quick to credit her loyal faculty for the impressive reputation MTCES has earned for academic excellence. “It is the teachers and the administration together who have built Mother Teresa,” added Sr. Anne.