Academic Competitions

All Saints Catholic School believes students should have the opportunity to represent their school in extracurricular academic competitions. Through these competitions  students not only enhance their learning , but develop character and learn discipline and teamwork.  Our students have been highly successful in these competitions over the years, and we have had several winners at the district, regional, and state level. Please contact our Director of Academic Competitions for more information.

Scripps National Spelling Bee: 

Students in grades 4-8 compete in classroom spelling bees.  One classroom representative competes in the School Spelling Bee in December. The winner of the School Spelling Bee represents ASCS at the Diocesan Spelling Bee in January.  www.spellingbee.com 

National Geography Bee:

Students in grades 4-8 compete in classroom geography bees.  One classroom representative competes in the School Geography Bee in December. The winner of the School Geography Bee takes a written test to qualify to for the State Geography Bee. www.nationalgeographic.org/bee/

Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA):

Students in grades 1-8 compete in various objective and subjective areas (including speech and drawing events). ASCS will be the Region 1AA host for 2017-18. www.psiaacademics.org

Texas History Day:

Students in grades 6 compete for the privilege of representing ASCS at the annual Texas History Day in February. www.texashistoryday.org

Dallas Regional Science Fair:

Students in grades 7-8 compete for the privilege of representing ASCS at the annual Dallas Regional Science Fair in February at Fair Park.  www.dallassciencefair.org

Letters About Literature:

Students in grade 8 enter the annual Letters About Literature Competition. www.read.gov/letters

FIRST Robotics:

Students in Grades 4-8 are invited to join the ASCS FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Robotics Team each August.  www.firstinspires.org/robotics/fll

BETA Club:

Students in grades 6-8 compete in various objective and subjective areas at the annual BETA Club Convention in February.