All Saints Catholic School exists to instill the values of faith, family, and education in a challenging academic environment with the Catholic Church as the foundation and Christ as the model.
DESCRIPTION OF SCHOOL
All Saints Catholic Church opened in 1977. In 1998, due to the limited space in surrounding Catholic schools, All Saints Catholic School was founded using 10 rooms within the existing Church facilities. The current location on Osage Plaza opened in 2004.
All Saints Catholic School is a co-educational parish school and serves students in grades PreK-3 through 8th grade. All Saints Catholic School provides a faith-filled, nurturing environment and a rigorous academic program that forms students who are ready to lead, serve, and inspire others.
All Saints Catholic School believes students thrive in a warm and loving environment that provides individual attention to students. All Saints Catholic School is committed to providing such an environment by maintaining small class sizes. This year, the teacher to student ratio is 1:10. This allows faculty to develop strong relationships with their students and maximize learning and academic growth.
Developed by an ASCS student, the praiser symbolizes the spirit of the All Saints student. ASCS students are taught to step forward, to stand out from the crowd and to be leaders among their peers. In the example of St. Maximillian Kolbe, ASCS students grow into strong, confident people who lead, serve and inspire others.
Alpha and Omega
In the Bible, God reveals himself as the beginning and the end
The three interlocking circles represent the Christian Doctrine of the Holy Trinity. The symbol reminds us about the importance of community. Our God exists in
Honor Virtutis et Veritatis (Honor, Virtue, and Truth)
The ASCS motto of Honor Virtutis et Veritatis is both an inspiration and an aspiration. These words shape our community, academic program, and teaching practices. They also represent how our students aspire to live; to act with honor, to live with virtue, and to continuously seek Truth. As our Lord reminded his Apostles, “The Truth shall set you free” (Jn 8:32).