All Saints Catholic School is known for its Christ-centered environment and strong academic programs for students in preschool through eighth grade. The teachers and staff create a community in which all aspects of student growth are nurtured.
“We truly see ourselves as a school family where students receive the support, guidance, and academic skills needed to develop in their faith and as 21st century learners,” said Principal Deborah Hake.
Principal Hake is a doctoral candidate in Instructional Leadership and believes in providing a rich curriculum for all students. Religious and state certified teachers have the expertise to ensure each student receives a strong foundation of Catholic faith and an excellent education.
Through Differentiated Instruction and educational technology, students at every skill level and every grade benefit from a rich and diverse curriculum. All students, including preschool, participate in Spanish, library and computer classes. Students in Kindergarten through eighth grade also participate in music, art, library and physical education classes.
Junior high students may attend the daily Learning Lab to enhance and refine their skills in core subjects. The junior high is equipped with Wi-Fi and iPads to promote student learning and productivity, ensuring graduates are well prepared for high school.
Extracurricular activities include the Bellarmine Speech League, Scripps National Spelling Bee, National Geographic Geography Bee, Academic Bowl, National Junior Honor Society, Shalom club, and choir. All Saints is the home of the 2013 first place boys’ baseball team and sixth grade girls’ St. Charles League Champion volleyball team. The school is host of the Darin Westhues Annual Basketball Tournament and fall Catholic Youth Council soccer tournament.
“We embody the teachings of Christ in all that we do to provide students with excellence in education, strong leadership skills, and a desire to serve others.”
5 McMenamy Road • St. Peters