Located in Far North Dallas, All Saints Catholic School serves students in PreK 3 through 8th grade and provides a faith-filled, nurturing environment coupled with a rigorous academic program. The small classroom setting enables teachers to work closely with students to achieve excellence in faith, academics, service, and character. All Saints is a two-time recipient of the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award, and graduates of All Saints are consistently ranked in the top of their high school class.  

All Saints is a wonderful place for your family. Our small school provides a place where your child is known, loved, and served. The nurturing environment allows students to try new things and take on leadership opportunities with confidence. The rigorous academic program trains students to think critically, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively and creatively.  Graduates from All Saints Catholic School attend the high school of their choice and are recognized as active and valuable members of their communities. 

"All Saints offers an excellent academic foundation for our children while instilling in them strong Christian values. The smaller student body has allowed our children to form strong bonds with classmates and teachers. All Saints is more than a school, it's an extension of our family, helping us to teach and develop our children."   -ascs parent

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All Saints Catholic School is an exceptional place of learning. We would be privileged to be your choice for an outstanding Blue Ribbon education deeply rooted in Catholic faith.  Our nurturing community prides itself on creating a secure environment where students are able to take risks, ask challenging questions, grow in confidence, and become creative problem solvers.  Working closely with parents, parishioners, volunteers, and alumni, our staff ensures that each student receives support academically, spiritually, athletically, and artistically.  Come experience the All Saints Difference.



Per the recent announcement from Bishop Burns regarding the closure of schools, our school will now be moving to e-learning and cancelling all extracurricular activities through March 27, 2020. As always, the safety of our students, families, faculty, and staff is our priority, and with the spread of the COVID-19, we are supportive of all precautions issued by the Dallas County Health Department, and the Center for Disease Control in this rapidly changing situation. 

Superintendent Letter 

The original announcement contains information regarding specifics of e-learning for your children.