Why Catholic Schools?
All Saints Catholic School emphasizes the integration of Catholic faith into daily activities to encourage students to grow to understand their faith and their responsibilities as Christians. Students practice their faith by beginning and ending each day with prayer, attending weekly school Mass, and participating in service projects throughout the year. While every student who comes to All Saints Catholic School is not Catholic, all share experiences of faith and values. As a faith community, we emphasize Catholic Social Teachings which encourage students to accept others rather than exclude them. We focus on helping students to understand the difference between right and wrong and to commit themselves to serving God by serving others.
We are committed to academic excellence and teaching students personal responsibility. According to the U.S. Department of Education, Catholic school students consistently score higher on advanced assessment tests than students at public and other private religious schools. Research also shows that because of a greater emphasis on homework and study, Catholic school students develop more effective writing skills. At All Saints, we offer a challenging curriculum in a nurturing and safe environment. as the second largest feeder school into Bishop Kelley High School, our curriculum is vertically aligned with the Bishop Kelley curriculum so that All Saints students are prepared for their high school years.
At All Saints, we recognize the parents and family as the primary educators. We strive to form a community of shared visions. We encourage family involvement in the ongoing education of their children. Catholic school is worth the cost. Your child's education is an investment that will last long after they leave our school. At All Saints, we go beyond educating a child's mind. We provide a faith-filled environment where students can develop the Christian morals and values they need for a lifetime.