My son has a learning difference and his teacher has been great with him, giving him more one on one time during class, and tutoring him after school. My son's learning difficulties affects his self-esteem, but his teacher has really tried lifting his self-esteem by showing him his strengths instead of his difficulties.
My son has really enjoyed being at All Saints. His teacher is very caring and I love the strong Catholic foundation he is receiving. His Spanish skills have also improved since he's been in their dual language program.
The teacher to student ratio is about 1/15, but even with these small class sizes, the teachers do not and will not offer "one on one" attention to students with learning differences or disabilities.
The teachers are not caring or respectful to the students or their feelings. We will take our child to a school where the teachers can make a positive contribution to our child's education and character. Sad to say that this school does not offer these attributes. Our only regret is not leaving this school sooner.
I am very proud to be a teacher at All Saints Catholic School. My students are wonderful and have a passion for learning. The parents are wonderful and have welcomed me with open arms. I do not think I will find this anywhere else!
When my husband and I knew we would be returning to Fort Worth after many years away, there was no question where we would send our two children. I went to All Saints and it still feels like home. I love that former students believe in the school enough to bring their children. Our children love going to school. The principal, teachers and staff are the best!!! Students are taught academically, but also spiritually. We love All Saints Catholic School!!!