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Nurturing students’ faith and academic development

All Saints Catholic School is well-known for its Christ-centered community and challenging academic programs for children in preschool through eighth grade. 

The curriculum emphasizes service, faith, academics and leadership through personalized and differentiated instruction. All Saints strives to create a comfortable, safe learning environment for all students through the use of smaller class sizes to facilitate a greater personal connection between students and their teachers. Learning is one-to-one, and each student is given a Chromebook to help facilitate interactive learning and active engagement with lessons both inside and outside of the classroom. 

“We really do look at ourselves as being a child’s home away from home,” Principal Dr. Deborah Hake said. “The size of our community really allows us to facilitate that personal relationship with students. We are a school that knows all our students by name whether that is in library, computer media and communication literacy, art, music and PE.” 

All Saints School believes in nurturing all aspects of student learning and offers many extracurricular activities, including the yearbook club, newspaper club, champion athletics teams and their Shalom Club, which works to promote social justice and outreach. 

This emphasis in quality extracurricular activities highlights how All Saints not only cares for its students academically, but is also working to nourish their hobbies and interests. 

“We have been providing a safe space and academically strong environment since 1863, and we have graduates all over the world,” Deborah said. “Our students go on to accomplish truly great things.” 

Fall classes are right around the corner and the school is COVID ready. For more information about All Saints, visit allsaints-stpeters.org. 

Enrollment for the 2020 year is now open. 

 5 McMenamy Road • St. Peters 

(636) 397-1440 ext. 2 

www.allsaints-stpeters.org

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