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22870 2nd Street
Hayward, CA 94541

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(510) 582-1910
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December 10, 2014
A wonderful culturally diverse community. Rich in Catholic faith and traditions. High academic expectations. Engaged and innovative teachers. Positive and supportive administration. My family was immediately welcomed and embraced into the school community. We transferred to All Saints from an independent private school. One of my children was entering middle school and the other in primary. My children transitioned well into their classes and continue to enjoy school daily. My children are involved in the drama program (through the school), CYO sports (through the church), piano (through MUSE) and Student Council all offered at the All Saints. Our family looks forward to all of the school gatherings from the annual ice cream social, fiesta, Sock Hop to the Spring Fling. There are many social events open to the families and school community. We are truly blessed to be at All Saints.

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February 13, 2014
Lots of work needs to be done at this school. Read the news regarding this school. We are having a hard time there. They choose what parents can help in the class. They will not allow some parents to get involve in the classroom.

- submitted by a parent

August 21, 2012
I am very happy with All Saints and glad we chose to send our son here. The principal and teachers are all very competent, caring, well educated, and organized. We are very impresssed with the progress our son is making and we are sure he will be well prepared for any high school. The school does a good job educating the whole child. It gives its students a strong academic foundation, makes them effective communicators, and grows their Catholic faith and values. Students are also given the opportunity to participate in programs such as music, sports, and art.

- submitted by a parent

March 28, 2011
Bullying will occur when you let it happen. My kid was bullied once and I learned about it only after his siblings told me. I then emailed the principal about it - I think that scared the heck out of the bully. At another incident, I wasted no time and was at the school the very next day. I am in no way paying money for my children to be bullied. As for parent cliques, don't mind them. Some of them had nothing else to do than gossip. Your time will be more profitable spent elsewhere than in the school grounds.

- submitted by a parent

March 01, 2011
I've had two kids in this school, one just through all and one now through sixth. The last three years have seen high turnover of both teachers and principals and the school leadership seems unlikely to remedy this and marshal any staff allegiance. The continuity in policies and practices of the past just is no longer there and it has become a private school without practicing or promoting any private attention or concerns.

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February 27, 2011
My girl went to that school. The poor thing she was scared that the kids were going to bully her again and again and again.We never went back.

- submitted by a community member

January 31, 2011
I brought my children from public school to All Saints. We were all a little nervous about it. But we are very happy there. Their classmates, teachers, and the families have been very open, friendly, and helpful. They are amazing! Very welcoming. Our children are learning so much, academically, and socially.

- submitted by a parent

January 12, 2011
Kids Klub the after school program is not good..But besides that All Saints is a good school.The teachers there are very kind and are very prepared.so in reality All saints is very good but just as i said the only problem is the after school program,not only is it to expensive but it is really useless the children there don't do anything but maybe do one project or watch a movie.

- submitted by a parent

June 27, 2010
We have been at All Saints Catholic School (ASCS) since 2000. We expect to be there another 7 years for a total of 17 years. Our oldest went through ASCS from K-8 (9 years) and was accepted to Moreau Catholic High School with Honors. The other two are currently at ASCS, one in the lower grades and one in the upper grades. In our opinion, both are receiving excellent instruction by qualified faculty. Parental involvement directly correlates with how much your child is comfortable and learns. We are busy parents but highly involved as the educational environment of our children is important to us to promote maximum learning. Other parents are very involved as well and others not (your choice). It may seem that there are clicques when parents become involved, but we are very welcoming to ALL new families, in the Catholic Christian tradition.

- submitted by a parent
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April 29, 2010
This school is very expensive for what you get. There are very little extracurricular activities, sports, and the after school program is not well attended. The small size of this school is not a good thing. Hard earned money would be better spent elsewhere. They erased my last comment. But the school has family clichs and if the parent is not in the 'in crow' then your child will be harrassed. There is a lot of bullying and a couple of gangs on campus. The site is not a safe one. Teachers are not really teaching and the curriculum in out dated. Your child is better off at a public school. We were ther e fo r2 years 3rd and 4th and my childs skills got worse.

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March 04, 2010
My daughter went to this school for two years. School more interested in fund raising then education. Bullying problem that was not addressed by the teachers or principal.

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November 03, 2009
We love the everything about it. The new principal has fit in perfectly. She's very pleasant and well educated. The best part is that she's involved in everything.

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June 14, 2009
My daughter goes there and their main focus is fundraising and bring money in for the church and school. No matter how hard the parents work fundraising they raise the tuition every year despite they know how the economy is. I am looking for a new school. The do not practice what the preach.

- submitted by a parent

January 25, 2009
This is a great school. If your child goes to All Saints he/she will have no trouble getting into a Catholic High School. Two of my older kids went to All Saints and were at the top of their class when they reached Moreau. All Saints gave them an excellent foundation.

- submitted by a parent

January 07, 2009
All Saints is a great place to educate a child. There is a wonderful spirit of involvement and committed teachers. The diversity combined with a strong spiritual influence and lots of extra cirricular activies (sports, music, science, chess...) makes this a unique environment

- submitted by a parent
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June 25, 2008
this is a fantastic school and a great community to be a part of great sports program and great academics. Awesome teachers

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June 24, 2008
Fees go up every year. I felt I should have gotten more for my money. The education was no different than a public school.

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September 30, 2005
This school has a great academic program. There are alot of family oriented extracurricular activities and sports.There music and art program coulde be better. This school is not open-minded, very traditional. The level of parent involvement is high. I would recommend being involved with as much as you can.

- submitted by a student

May 30, 2005
This school has excellent teachers, but it also has high tech computers available for the students, good math and science departments, and beautiful church. Unfortunately, it did not have a cafeteria/lunch area, so we were forced to sit outside and eat our lunches.

- submitted by a student
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All Saints Catholic School, a parish Transitional Kindergarten - grade 8 school with Dominican roots, provides a faith-filled, safe, and nurturing environment in a community that celebrates its traditions and diversity. All Saints School is dedicated to academic excellence, to fostering every child's scholastic success, and to supporting parents in developing respectful, responsible, socially conscious children who grow in their Catholic faith and their ability to say yes to life ... yes to God.

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All Saints Catholic School
22870 2nd Street, Hayward, CA  94541
(510) 582-1910
Last modified All Saints Catholic School is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
All Saints Catholic School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 22 reviews. Top