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All Saints Catholic School5
Posted March 09, 2015
- a parent
We have three children (K, 5th, 7th) at ASCS and have been members of this community since 2006. We are very pleased with the love of Christ our children have as a direct result of their attendance at All Saints! The teachers are dedicated and the new administration is committed to the success of the school. Our children are well prepared in Math and language arts as well as Spanish! We love our community and have developed many life long friends at ASCS!!! Our children are HAPPY at ASCS! The children at All Saints are so well behaved and polite! I highly recommend this school!!
Our child has been enrolled at All Saints for the past 3 school years, starting in Pre-K. I can't say enough about how much we love this school. Worth every dollar. I am constantly amazed with how much my child is learning at such a young age. This school has previously been selected as a national blue ribbon school and the kids consistently score in the top 10% in standardized tests (without being "taught the test"). The building is top notch with a recently completed gym and smart boards in the classrooms. In addition to the basic curriculum, my kid has spanish, art, music, technology, library and PE classes. The teachers and administration know the kids by name and are very warm toward the parents. There are a lot of very affluent families at this school, but the administrations doesn't appear to treat anyone any different based on their ability to donate (and they don't hound you for donations or with fundraisers) but they do expect significant parental involvement. Although it is a Catholic school, it is not overly religious in its educational delivery. Bottom line, you can't go wrong here if you can snag a spot.
Our son is in the 5th grade. We love All Saints! The teachers really care about the students both academicallly and becoming responsible kids. We feel that All Saints is one big family. Even though we are not as well off financially as a lot of the families, we have not felt out of place. We have not noticed any cliques of kids or parents. We are so fortunate to have All Saints in our town.