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PK, 1-8
Private
New Bedford, MA
Students enrolled: 184
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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115 Illinois Street
New Bedford, MA 02745

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(508) 995-3696
(508) 998-0840
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August 18, 2014
My son has done so well in this school. The staff are amazing. The are very orginized and up to date with their corriculum.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
The students attending All Saints Catholic School are challenged academically and taught to be kind and caring. The faculty work together to keep your children safe and provide a nurturing environment for their growth and development.

- submitted by a teacher
October 13, 2013
My daughter attends this school and has since kindergarten. The school has gone through some changes over the last few years and it took a little time to adjust but I am glad I kept her in this school. The teachers are wonderful and compassionate. The communication is great. The curriculum is right in line with all the other catholic schools. I was reading all these negative comments and wanted to post my experience. It is a great school!!! Don't believe the negativity!!

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
I am a parent of a former student of All Saints School. My child entered high school unprepared for most of the college prep classes. Despite numerous requests for assistance from the principal regarding teacher's performance and actions in the classroom , my requests were ignored. Teachers clearly had favorites as did the principal. I attended a meeting to discuss the 8th grade graduation dance and witnessed a teacher mocking the principal. How unprofessional and disrespectful. Not only did this teacher arrive late, she disrupted the meeting with her nasty attitude. Very unsatisfied with this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2012
I have two kids attending All Saints and I am very pleased with the level of education and discipline they are receiving. Their staff is dedicated and committed to providing the best environment possible. I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2012
Having been a Catholic school graduate myself, I thought it was important to have my children learn in a Catholic school as well. My youngest now graduating the 8th grade,has given me the chance to see how All Saints does not by far fit to the standards expected by a Catholic school.The teachers do not respect the students. Communication is not always the best. But, for a Catholic School, Religion should be important. It starts at the top. The priests, principal, and then teachers. If you don't show it how can you teach it?

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
A great small school and a nice place to send your child in a safe environment.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
All Saints provides a rigorous curriculum, incorporates current technology, employs professional and caring teachers and staff and nurtures students in multi-level development: body, mind and spirit.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
Our school has a wonderful sense of community. The students are a joy to work with and their energy and passion make every day fun and positive. They show their enthusiasm for faith, academics, and service each day. A great place for students, teachers, and parents!

- submitted by a teacher
April 23, 2012
All Saints is a positive learning environment. The students here are challenged not only with great academics, but also to be good Christians and role models. The school offers a kind, safe and fun place for children to learn and parents to share. Caring staff in the inexpensive and convenient Extended Care program helps the parents rest assured when unable to pick their child up a 2:30. The tudents are also encouraged to do Christian service in school and outside of school.

- submitted by a teacher
April 23, 2012
Excellent principal and vice principal. They are a winning team! I have had my two children there since pre-k 3 and each year gets better

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2012
This school has developed in many ways. The entire staff works together to offer the best for our children. The caring and inviting atmosphere are noticable when you enter the building. Looking forward to next year!

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2011
Anything negative about this school usually gets disregarded. There is nothing great except a few teachers. This is definetly not a holy school and would not advise anyone to allow their child to attend here. If you like to be lied to right to your face, then maybe this is the school for you. I feel bad for a lot of the staff because they have such a poor leader!! I just recently removed my child from all the negativity that school has. I had to give the school at least one star because the site doesn't allow you to put zero.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2011
One of the hallmarks of Catholic education is rigorous behavioral and moral standards. My daughter is a student at this school, and I noted this year that many of the children who had left the school were students who had caused problems, being disruptive in class, or bullying other students. It seems parents did not like the administration because rules were enforced and parents were not allowed to bully teachers and the principal into letting kids do whatever they want. The school has many committed families and the curriculum is very open, so you know exactly what is expected of your child. Honestly, my daughter is having a much better experience now that the class mean girl is gone and there is not so much negativity from parents.

- submitted by a parent
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In partnership with parents, our goal is to guide the children in the development of sound moral and spiritual values. We encourage social and civic responsibility, mutual respect, and self-esteem as we emphasize faith-based learning and prepare our students to meet the challenges of today’s ever-changing world.

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All Saints Catholic School
115 Illinois Street, New Bedford, MA  02745
(508) 995-3696
Last modified All Saints Catholic School is a Private school that serves grades PK, 1-8
All Saints Catholic School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 14 reviews. Top