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Our Faith

The Catholic Faith is at the core of our mission to educate a generation of courageous and compassionate individuals. Each day, our dedicated staff and leaders create opportunities for our students to encounter Christ. Above all, our hope is to form true and intentional disciples of Christ.

Faith-based Learning

Following a Rigorous Curriculum Rooted in Faith

Each classroom and subject are built on a curriculum that puts God at the center of learning. We view our local parishes as extensions of our schools, and collaborate with clergy in their mission of glorifying God and the salvation of souls.

Worship as a Community

Mass is the Highest Form of Prayer

Holy Mass is a vital part of the All Saints Catholic experience. Each week, students and staff have the privilege to receive the Word of God and worship Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist, the Source and Summit of Christianity. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass fosters a relationship with the real Person of Jesus Christ, Who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life.

An Extension of Your Family

We Recognize Parents as a Child’s Most Significant Educator

The most fruitful Catholic education is rooted in a steadfast domestic church. “The family is, so to speak, the domestic church.” (Lumen Gentium #11) All Saints Catholic incorporates the domestic church into the school environment. Parents and additional family members are encouraged to get involved with in-school and extracurricular events, as school and family life come together. 

Mission of Service

Serving others is a key part of Catholic life.

The mission of All Saints Catholic Schools is to assist families in the formation of their children by providing strong Catholic schools that are faith-filled centers for learning. We commit ourselves to a strong program of Catholic faith development, Christian service, academic excellence, and student activities. As part of this mission, we require a commitment of service each year from our students throughout our community and within our local parishes. By the end of high school, students average well over 100 hours of service.