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Nurturing students’ faith and academic development


Dr. Deborah Hake, principal

All Saints Catholic School is known for its Christ-centered community and challenging academic programs for children in preschool through eighth grade. Dr. Deborah Hake, principal, is grateful to be part of a group of faculty and staff who knows students by name and goes above and beyond each day to nurture and guide students to a life fulfilled in Christ. All Saints Parish Leadership team and the parish community actively support the school’s mission of education and evangelization, and Hake said she and the staff are thankful for that support.
All Saints’ curriculum emphasizes service, faith, academics and leadership through personalized and differentiated instruction.
“Our teachers all hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Together they provide the support, guidance and academic skills students need to develop in faith and as 21st century learners,” Hake said.
Students benefit from a rich and diverse curriculum, including Spanish, library, computer media and communication literacy, art, music and PE. Junior high students may attend the daily Learning Lab to enhance their skills in core subjects. Eighth-graders score very well on high school placement exams in the areas of math and science.
All Saints School believes in nurturing all aspects of student learning and offers many extracurricular activities, including the Bellarmine Speech League, Scripps National Spelling Bee, National Geographic Geography Bee, Academic Bowl, yearbook club, newspaper club and champion athletics teams.
“All Saints embodies the teachings of Christ in everything they do to provide students with excellence in education, strong leadership skills and a desire to serve others,” Hake said.
All Saints is still accepting enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year.

5 McMenamy Road • St. Peters
(636) 397-1440
www.allsaints-stpeters.org

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