Why choose All Saints?
From a Parent:
“All Saints Regional Catholic School has been like a second home to my three children. You feel the warmth as soon as you enter the front doors. I have seen my children grow socially, spiritually, physically, and intellectually throughout the years.All Saints is not just a school, it is a foundation for a great future of learning and growing in faith.”
~ Gunilla Paulich
From an Alumnus:
I attended All Saints from pre-school to eighth grade. Today I am finishing my last semester of law school at St. John’s University. I credit All Saints for providing me with a well rounded education that has allowed me to succeed and for helping ground me in my Catholic faith, which has and will continue to be a guiding light in my life.
~ Chris Pedraita
“When I think of All Saints, I think of the teachers, and how dedicated they are to our school and the students. Not only are they excellent educators, but they a re caring people who want to see their students do well. We are challenged to do well and do our best everyday. They take the time to work with us and provide the help and guidance we need, but they also expect our best efforts, too. If we don’t understand a concept that we are learning, the teachers will either not stop till you understand, or they will ask you to come to extra help.” ~ Matthew Small
"We have a school that teaches us about God. From Adam and Eve to the present and everything in between, we are taught to love God and live in His way.In the upper grades, we have priests come in and teach us all about these things. In addition, to having religion class, each class goes to mass once every week, plus a First Friday Mass for the entire school every month.Lastly, there is a ten minute common prayer every day before lunch, where we sit and relax with God. Thus, religion is a big part of my school.” ~ Charlie Benazzi
“The education at the school has been wonderful. I have had two sisters that have gone through ASR since Pre-K. Both are maintaining honor role at the catholic high schools they are attending. We have teachers that want their students to succeed in life spiritually, educationally and professionally.” ~ Victoria Hanley