A survey conducted just before the close of the 2011-12 school year asked parents in the All Saints Catholic School, what considerations were most important when choosing a school for their children. Responses indicated overwhelming agreement on the three most important areas: academic excellence, community, and emphasis on faith and values.

“The faith foundation my children are receiving.  Excellent, caring teachers who give of themselves for my children.  All Saints attracts families with similar values to ours.  Our children are forming life-long relationships.”

“What I like best about All Saints is the teachers.  They are very encouraging and are models of Christ for the students.”

“The kids are taught to be respectful of others, involved in the community, and to give to others.”

“The children learn to support each other.  The programs that are in place teach and encourage them to handle situations on their own.”

“The superior education, the location, and the other families we’ve met.”

“I love the community it provides for our children!  The staff is welcoming, inviting, and caring!  My children feel loved and cared for by both families and staff.”

“I am happy my child is learning Catholic values and she is surrounded by others who value a Catholic education.  Everyone we have encountered at All Saints has been kind and seems truly interested in my child’s success.”

“Community, Faith-based environment… just last night, my son said that he ‘wished everyone could learn about God & Jesus because then everyone would be nice to each other’.  I attribute much of this thinking to the education he is receiving at All Saints.  I also love that the teaching staff has long tenure as a whole.”

“Good classroom sizes, excellent family values… we feel like we can always come to the teachers and staff and they to us with any concern or problem, knowing that we are going to look at the situation from all angles, but always with love, faith, and our common Catholic values as resources for resolution.”