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Upcoming Events

Friday, March 6
9:00 Mass

ASR Day at the Movies
1:15 Glen Cove Cinemas
see Wednesday's Mail tab for details
Noon Dismissal

Open House
1:00 pm - 3:00pm
Monday, March 9
F.A.S.T. Athletics
Grades K-2 Program
2:35 - 3:35
Trimester 2 Report Cards Distributed

Tuesday, March 10
Parent Teacher Conferences
 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday, March 11
Band Lessons

Monday, March 16
Ballroom Dance Culminating Presentation
Tuesday, March 17
School Mass
9:00 am
Wednesday, March 18
Band Lessons

Friday, March 20
11:00 Dismissal
Diocesan Professional Meeting
Monday, March 23
Technology Night
Tuesday, March 24
Open House
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Wednesday, March 25
Band Lessons


Today, 3/6/2015
High: 22 Low: 15
Mostly sunny
1% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 3/7/2015
High: 32 Low: 27
Mostly cloudy
14% chance of precipitation.

ASR News

 There will be a two hour delayed start on Friday, March 6th, 2015.
  All classes will begin at 9:30am.

Parent Portal is closed so that Term 2 Final Grades can be entered.
 The Parent Portal will open again on Wednesday, March 11.

Catholic schools reinforce the values you live at home.

Click here to listen to Father Elias, Headmaster of All Saints, talk about the Catholic School difference.

Print a copy of our School Brochure:
English version click here
Spanish version  click here


Father Elias introduces Saints to our Kindergarten students by reading the ABC Book of Saints



Register now for the 2015-2016 school year

 Tomorrow's Hope Foundation  
To print a Student Aid application for the 2015-2016 school year, click on the forms below:
English version    click here
Spanish version  click here
For directions on how to download and print the forms click here

Apply Online for the 2015 - 2016 school year:
To apply online (instead of filling out a paper application and mailing it),  clink on the link below:

100th Year Anniversary
of Catholic School Education

The Cornerstone

The Very Reverend Dom Elias Carr Can. Reg. - Headmaster
Mrs. Joanne Fitzgerald, BS, MA, MS - Academic Dean

Catholic School Students More Likely to Attain College Degree


According to a report released in January by the National Center for Education Statistics, tenth-graders in private high schools in 2002 were nearly twice as likely as their public school counterparts to receive a bachelor's degree or higher by 2012. In turn, degree recipients were ultimately more successful in securing a job and realizing higher earnings-considerable consolation in an economy scarred by persistently high levels of unemployment.

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Inaugural Headmaster's Ball

Diocesan News