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Why Choose All Saints?

As a parent, you want your child to have the best possible education. At All Saints Catholic School, we offer an outstanding education that helps students grow in mind, body, and spirit and prepares them to become productive citizens formed in the Catholic tradition.

Academic Excellence

Parents choose All Saints because of our tradition of academic excellence. Both in and out of the classroom, our students are encouraged to develop critical thinking and organizational skills preparing them for success in high school and beyond.

All Saints uses the innovative Core Knowledge curriculum, which is based on the belief that “schools must supply students with broad, content-rich knowledge of history, geography, science, literature, and the arts in order for them to become strong readers.” This curriculum consists of a carefully sequenced set of age-appropriate content and skills taught cumulatively from one grade level to the next in order to avoid duplication and knowledge gaps.

Using a variety of tools, including standardized testing, our teachers assess students’ individual learning styles and capabilities. With this knowledge, teachers are able to encourage students to develop and share their talents and gifts.

Strength of Spiritual Formation

Parents choose All Saints because it offers students an authentic and rigorous formation in the Catholic faith.

Our community receives spiritual support from Resurrection Parish, St. John Neumann Parish, St. Kenneth Catholic Community, and St. Thomas à Becket Catholic Church, whose pastors share the role of celebrating weekly Mass at All Saints and participating in faith activities in the classrooms.

Our teachers also provide students many opportunities to celebrate, deepen, and share their faith by integrating worship, prayer, reflection, catechesis, and works of charity into the education at All Saints.

Athletic Excellence 

Parents choose All Saints because it successfully integrates sports and athletics into the Catholic mission of the school. In addition to promoting physical development and fitness through safe and enjoyable intramural athletic activities and Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) school-sponsored teams, the Athletic Department at All Saints encourages school spirit and friendship through athletic competition and teaches our athletes to play hard and fair; to respect coaches; officials and parents; and, to win with humility and to lose with grace.

Pope Paul VI recognized that athletics offers an important opportunity for spiritual development:

Our athletics should go hand in hand with our youth ministry. We are trying to achieve a sense of quiet confidence and humility that is rooted in discipline and perseverance.  Christian maturity comes from a process of inner growth.  Athletic maturity develops a process of inner growth.  Sports well understood and practiced contributes to the development of the whole person because it demands generous effort, careful self control, mastery of self and respect for others, complete commitment and team spirit.

The athletics program at All Saints builds upon this connection, understanding that coaches, parents, and administrators all have a unique and significant influence on our student athletes by acting as educators and transmitters of Catholic values. At All Saints, we seek to make the interaction with coaches and parents a positive experience for our children that promotes their self-esteem and encourages them to strive for great things.